Robot & cobot integration

Integrating a Robot or Cobot into your production process speeds it up and makes it less labour-intensive, resulting in fewer errors. This makes producing or packaging materials more reliable and efficient.

Anyfeeder with scara robot Omron- LAP-L
Mecademic robot LAP-C

Integrating a robot

Integrating a Robot is interesting for processes with little or no human operators, with a high degree of automation. As a result, a robot can also be integrated with fewer safety requirements than, say, a Cobot.

Cobot on NX-B sealer

Cobot integration

Human operators are central to a Cobot integration: they’re seen as extensions of humans are relatively safe without a lot of additional protocols. As an example, an operator can manually place components or packaging into a machine with a Cobot. A Cobot moves slower than a Robot, and it automatically stops when it detects resistance. That’s why Robots require more safety systems, like light curtains, where the machine stops if small light beams are disrupted, or motion sensors. These ensures the safety and reliability of the machine.

High customisability

Our Robot and Cobot integrations are also well suited for high-mix, low-volume applications. Thanks to our own interchangeable grippers, you can assemble and package different products with the same machine.

The short change-over time means you can get back to production in no time. Greater efficiency and higher ROI are our most important keywords.

Recently made Robot and Cobot solutions

Discover the Robot and Cobot solutions we’ve designed and built in recent years. You can also find platforms with integrated Robot and Cobot solutions here. From custom-made to standard solutions, we’re happy to help you solve your issues.

Our customers’ experiences

Curious about what other customers think of our Robots en Cobots? hey’re happy to tell you more about their experiences and their applications for our Robots and Cobots!

Our customers

Scara robot - LAP-L

All-in-one solutions with robot en cobot integration

Because of GTE Engineering’s years of experience in Robot and Cobot integration, we know how to provide you with the best way to improve a production process. Because GTE develops interchangeable grippers and the programming of the Robots and Cobots in-house, we can quickly adapt everything to your needs. We will also provide our own training to the operators and mechanics who will work with the machine most often.

Discover all tailor-made applications

Since our founding, we’ve designed and delivered a large number of customised solutions to various customers. From start-ups to multinationals, every company has its own needs and requirements.

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