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Cobots.ie: Collaborative Robots boost performance and add value in countless market sectors

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Cobots.ie: Collaborative Robots boost performance and add value in countless market sectors

Cobots.ie: Collaborative Robots boost performance and add value in countless market sectors
June 05
07:45 2020
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Cobots.ie entered the automation market in 2018 as a distributor of the collaborative robot,
manufactured and engineered by the reputable Danish company Universal Robots. Since then they
have been making big strides in the automation sector in Ireland. Cobots.ie have formed
partnerships with some of the biggest names in robotic accessories including PickIT, Robotiq and
OnRobot for vision systems and a large variety of end-of-arm tooling. Although, Cobots.ie was only
set up in 2018, it brings with it a wealth of experience in both engineering and automation
technologies with their sister company I.T.S. being in operation in the automation sector since 1993.

It has been a busy year so far for the thriving East Cork robotics company. Earlier this year Cobots.ie
took part in the annual Manufacturing and Supply chain exhibition in Dublin, where they launched
their new dedicated UR training academy, the only UR training facility in Ireland. Martin Buckley,
CTO at Cobots.ie says: “We wanted to offer people the chance to get hands on experience in real life
practical applications that add real value to a company’s ability to capitalise on their automation
investment”. They also launched CoMig, their first cobots branded dynamic welding solution
accessory for the Universal Robot.

Cobots.ie formed a new partnership with Asyril SA and is proud to introduce their series of high-
performance flexible feeding solutions for parts and components to the Irish market.
In March of this year the company announced their new Leasing program in collaboration with
Universal Robots for the UR line of collaborative robots. “In the current climate, we are aware that
companies are being more cautious in terms of capital investment. Our latest service option lowers
the financial barriers for manufacturers to invest in automation,” states Dan Buckley, Managing
Director at Cobots.ie. The new financial leasing options are a response to the growing need for
flexible automation implementations and allows companies to remain competitive in spite of economic pressures.


   

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