How Robotic Automation Works & How We Save You Time & Money
Excedr’s leasing program can source virtually all instrument types and accommodate any brand preferences you might have. Request an industrial robot lease estimate today and see how leasing can discount your robotic equipment’s price.
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The Advantages of Excedr’s Robotic Automation Leasing Program:
- Eliminates the upfront cost of purchasing equipment by spreading its cost over time
- Minimizes equipment downtime with included complete repair coverage and preventive maintenance
- Takes advantage of potentially 100% tax deductible* payments, providing you significant cash-savings
- Expedites the administrative work needed for instrument procurement and logistics
- Conserves working capital, enabling you to reinvest in your core business and operations (staffing, inventory, marketing/sales, etc.)
- Accommodates all manufacturer and model preferences
*Please consult your tax advisor to determine the full tax implications of leasing equipment.
Industrial automation and robotics refers to the use of industrial robots and computer software to perform tasks with little to no human involvement.
Automation is commonly found in factories and on the production line where various tasks that require speed, endurance, and, more commonly, accuracy or precision must be performed at high-speed and volume.
The technologies include a wide range of robots and configurations, such as robotic palletizing systems, delta robots, collaborative robots (cobots), and articulated robots (e.g., robotic arms, SCARA robots).
As these robots continue to develop, many industries have started replacing the manual methods of their processes on the production line with robotic metrology systems. The transformation from manual to automated production, fueled by the use of computers and machine-learning, is changing the way companies manufacture products.
Production operations become more flexible, efficient, and accurate, and the increased accuracy of inspection and quality control proves to be extremely beneficial when complex, hard-to-reach, and manually-intensive applications are frequently performed.
Numerous industries have benefited: the aerospace and aviation industry has a faster way to accomplish highly-accurate, non-destructive testing; the automotive industry has a way to streamline inspection; the modern manufacturing industry (e.g., consumer goods) has a way to speed up picking and packaging; and the medical devices industry can perform 100% inspection of parts on the factory floor or directly on the production line.
Lastly, as sensor technology and vision systems improve, so does 3D inspection. Robotic automation coupled with the proper optical 3D laser sensors, scanners, trackers, or radars offers a number of benefits to production, saving companies time and money by catching manufacturing errors early in the process using real-time data acquisition, minimizing waste by avoiding the need to scrap thousands of parts.
Types of Industrial Robots, Automated Inspection, and the Benefits of Robotics
Through the use of industrial robots and innovative laser radar technology, automated inspection and manufacturing processes have seen increases in throughput, precision, and accuracy.
While robots were originally great for simple and repetitive tasks that didn’t require high precision or accuracy, they have become more sophisticated as the technologies that power them, such as optical tracking systems, progressed. This has allowed their range of capabilities and applications to broaden. Industrial robots and robotic systems can now perform tasks that require high levels of accuracy and precision.
Let’s take a look at the common types of robots, automated inspection and its uses, and the benefits of robotics in metrology and manufacturing.
Types of Robots
Benefits of Robotics
6-Axis Industrial Robot Leases to Fit Every Need
Industrial automation and robotics continue to make manufacturers’ production and inspection processes more streamlined. And as technology progresses, robots that feature high-payload, high-speed, and extended reach—among other capabilities—become more and more common.
In fact, many robots now feature cutting-edge controllers, vision systems, peripherals and other best-in-class components that can be tailored to your manufacturing needs.
If you’re interested acquiring a robotic metrology system, but aren’t convinced you want to tie up all your working capital in an expensive downpayment, forgo purchasing or using a line of credit and lease with Excedr instead.
Our leasing program is designed to make acquiring expensive metrology solutions more manageable, leaving you more operationally and financially flexible. Request an industrial robot lease estimate today or simply get in touch with us to learn more about our program and its costs.
This off-balance sheet financing structure provides three options at the end of the term. The lessee has the option to return the equipment to the lessor, renew at a discounted rate, or purchase the instrument for the fair market value. Monthly payments are also 100% tax deductible which yields additional monetary savings.
If you recently bought equipment, Excedr can offer you cash for your device and convert your purchase into a long-term rental. This is called a sale-leaseback. If you’ve paid for equipment within the last ninety days, we can help you recoup your investment and allow you to make low monthly payments. This also frees up money in your budget rather than tying it down to a fixed asset.
Industrial Robot Manufacturers & Models
Articulated Robots, Collaborative Robots, Paint Robots, Delta Robots, SCARA Robots
ARC Mate Series, CR Series, CRX Series, DR-3iB Series, LR Mate Series, LR-10iA Series, M-1iA Series, M-2iA Series, M-3iA Series, M-10, M-20 Series, M-410 Series, M-710iC Series, M-800iA Series, M-900 Series, M-1000iA Series, M-2000iA Series, Paint Series, R-1000iA Series, R-2000 Series, SCARA Robots, Toploader Series, ROBODRILL, CRX Cobot, ROBONANO, ROBOCUT, ROBOSHOT, Industrial IoT
SCARA Robots, G-Series, LS-B Series, RS-Series, 6-Axis Robots, VT6L All-in-One, Flexion N-Series, C4-Series, C-8 Series, C12-Series, All-In-One Series Robots
Articulated Robots, Viper, Collaborative Robots, Omron TM Robots, Mobile Robots, Omron HD-1500 Series, LD Series Autonomous Mobile, Parallel Robots, Sysmac Delta, Quattro Parallel, Hornet Parallel, Part Feeders, AnyFeeder Part Feeding Solution, SCARA Robots, eCobra, Cobra, i4L Series, i4H SCARA with EtherCat
Arc Welding Robot, Spot Welding, Handling/Assembling, Collaborative, Biomedical, Palletizing, Press Handling, Stealing/Cutting/Laser Machining, Deburring, Painting, Glass Substrates Transfer, Semiconductor Wafer Transfer
KUKA, KR QUANTEC, KUKA Mobile Platform 1500, Swisslog, ACPaQ
4-Axis Robots, LPH Series, HM Series, HS-A1 Series, HSR Series, 5- and 6-Axis Robots, VL Series, VM Series, VMB Series, VP Series, VSA Series, VSG Series, Pharmaceutical/Medical Robots, VS-S2 Series, COBOTTA, Integrated Robots, XR Series,
Industrial Robotics, Rebel-S6, Racer-5, Racer-3, Racer-7, NS-12, NS-16, NJ-16, NJ-40, NJ-60, NJ-110, NJ-130, NJ-165, NJ-220, NJ-290, NJ-370, NJ-370, NJ-420, NJ-500, NJ-650, PAL-180, PAL-260, PAL-470, Collaborative Robots, Racer-5 Cobot, AURA
Kawasaki Heavy Industries:
Small-Medium Payload Robots, R Series, Welding-Spot, B Series, Painting, K Series, Palletizing, CP Series, Clean, NTS Series, TTS Series, Medical and Pharmaceutical, MC004N, MC004V, MS005N, Pick & Place, Y Series
SCARA Industrial Robots, TS2 SCARA Series, 6-Axis Robots, TX2 Series, Power Cobots, TX2touch, Mobile Robot System, HelMo