Calculating ROI & Payback Period for your Robotic Investment

Posted by: Shermine Gotfredsen If you’re looking to automate with robots, it’s important to build a solid business case if you want to know the true value of robot automation. Many businesses calculate ROI by using the payback period, which is taking the cost of the robot and then dividing it by the monthly salary […]

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Total Tooling’s Productivity Increased with Universal Robots

Total Tooling Case Study Victorian based company, Total Tooling has been servicing Australian and global manufacturing needs for over 30 years. The company has three factories employing over 80 people. Total Tooling contacted Mobile Automation to develop a new automated solution for a manual process. The manual process slow and time consuming. It also posed a […]

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Collaborative Robots in the Classroom Deliver Hands on Learning

Education & Collaborative Robots Go Hand-in-Hand Mobile Automation specialise in collaborative robotic technology and we are the Australian distributor for Universal Robots. Universal Robots are shaping the future of manufacturing and collaborative robot technology. There’s been a large demand for Collaborative Robots at universities and educational departments. Swinburne University and RMIT have both integrated Universal […]

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Myths Exposed About Collaborative Robots

Myth 1: Cobots are Dangerous  Cobots are not Dangerous. Universal robots have in-built saftey functions to allow them to work side-by-side with people. Cobots do not need to be caged up behind safety fencing (subject to a risk assessment). ISO 13849 – Resulting in an extremely reliable system Myth 2: Robots Replace Jobs  Robots create […]

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Understanding the Basics of PLC Programming

The use of computer and computer automation in manufacturing units has multiplied drastically in the last couple of years. Most commoners do not even know the upper layer of the enormous pile of information offered by computer automation. You can learn these facts only when you have operated a programmable logic controller which is known […]

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What Industries Can Use Cobots?

‘Collaborative robots, also referred to as Cobots, are ideal for small and medium-sized companies‘   Cobots are the future and they could transform the way we work and manufacturers like Ford have already jumped on the cobot bandwagon, installing them into their company. At an average cost of just $24,000 for a cobot, the change these machines […]

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