To succeed in today’s flexible automation, Delta Robots are indispensable these days for certain applications. Accuracy combined with high speed increase productivity and are therefore essential for successful companies.
Robotunits is setting new standards in the area of robot cells with their patented aluminium extrusion and connection technology. This technology guarantees lifelong vibration-proof connections and overall cell strengths comparable to welded steel frames. All this combined with the ability to easily add doors and other components to the frame make a very efficient alternative to the traditionally welded frames.
This application shows a Spider Robot with an additional camera for accurate orientation and positioning of parts. This robot frame is entirely built with standard components of the Robotunits Modular Automation System. The form-located and therefore vibration-proof connection technology in conjunction with the patented aluminium extrusion technology guarantees life-long strength and precision. Users of these robot cells additionally benefit from significantly shorter manufacturing times of the cells as well as easy integration of conveying technology in and out of the cell.
Stronger, Faster and more Flexibility
Traditional steel welded cells are inflexible and require a high number of manufacturing processes. Changes and additions to cells are ineffective and expensive. By using a Robotunits Cell however, you are reducing your manufacturing time and increase your flexibility considerably.
Facts and Benefits of a Robotunits Robot Cell:
- Vibration proof frame construction comparable in strength to a welded steel construction
- Easy integration of components (safety switches, cameras etc)
- Changes and additions to cells are easy and cost effective
- Modern aesthetics through aluminum extrusion technology
- Reduced lead time of frames
- Modular design allows faster delivery
- Combination with the entire modular automation system from Robotunits without the need of expensive interface components
- Seamless integration of Robotunits Conveyor technology
We here at Robotunits take our work extremely seriously. Everything we do is based on our core values.
- Fast & Direct
- Solution and Goal Orientated
- Honest & Open
- Fun & Friendly
All these values are very important to us here at Robotunits. We believe these are the foundation to our customers as well as our own success. Lately we have been expanding some of those values outside of our normal working hours. We decided to put together a team to ride in the Gravity 12hour Mountain bike Challenge. The idea was to open it to our employees as well as suppliers and customers. It was all a bit short notice but a team of four was quickly found with Adam Elford, Paul Brauer, Grant Tartaro and myself up for the challenge. We even managed to get in a few training rides in the weeks leading up to the event. So on Friday the 1st of February, building of conveyors and other equipment here in our factory was scaled down and race preparation was all the rage. We arrived in Bright mid afternoon, set up our site and went straight for a training ride to check out the course. It all looked easy enough and we where confident for the race. Saturday morning it was all game on. Adam Elford was our first rider and all though he got caught up in the middle of the field after a hilarious “Le’mans” start managed to crank out one of the fastest laps of the day. I followed after Adam and managed a respectable time also. So did Paul and Grant. After that it was all getting a bit harder. First Adam had a flat about 500meters before the finish line and had to run to hand over to me. I quickly made up for some lost time only to loose front wheel grip about half way around the course. I rode the bike back in agony and still managed to limp back in a respectable time. Unfortunately my race day was over. So Adam, Paul and Grant stepped up and rode extra laps to make up for my misfortune.
Robotunits MTB Team 2013
In the end Adam did 5 laps, Paul and Grant did 3 each and I did only 2. With all that we came home 12th out of 18 Teams of Four. We thought that was mighty respectable for our first race entry especially seeing that there have been professional Team entries from Bicycle Superstore and Torque. All in all, we accomplished our mission to have a lot of fun. My hand is almost back to normal and my rip will be fine again soon. We are already thinking of entering some other races and we will definatly be going back to compete again in the 2014 Gravity 12hour Mountain Bike Enduro Race. If you would like to join us please let us know. The more we are the more fun we’ll have.
2012 has been a busy year again here at Robotunits Australia. All though the manufacturing industry is shrinking and shrinking each year we have actually managed to hit all our goals for this year. That is only possible because we have such a loyal customer base. We would like to sincerely thank You, our valued Customers for your support and trust during the last year. We hope we can help you again next year and contribute to your success in 2013.
Robotunits Australia will be closed over the holiday period from Friday 21st of December to Monday the 7th of January.
We wish you all a relaxing holiday period and a very successful 2013!
Your Robotunits Team
Robotunits Australia is expanding again. To support our rapidly growing customer base in New South Wales and South Australia we are proud to announce a dedicated customer representative for these markets. Starting November 2012, veteran project manager Jeremy Singh will service existing and new clients in these important areas.
Jeremy has worked for Robotunits Australia as a project manager for more than two years and is now taking on the additional role as a customer representative. He will be in travelling extensivly to service the needs of our customers in New South Wales and South Australia.
Robotunits Australia Managing Director Jurgen Mennel commented, “ We have been fortunate to have Jeremy in the team for many years now. He has an amazing work ethic and was always dedicated to the success of our clients. We can always count on Jeremy’s honest and clear information as well as his excellent technical knowledge”.
If you want to discuss a project please call Jeremy in the office on 03 9334 5182 and arrange a suitable time for a visit.
Sales Representative Sydney – NSW
We are looking for a experienced Sales Representative to help us increase our presence in Sydney. If You or anyone else you know is interessted in this role please contact us.
Distribution Partner New Zeakland
We are also looking for a Distribution Partner in NZ. Applicants must have an excisting distribution network of a complimentary product to Robotunits. If you know of a company that may be interessted please pass it on or let us know.
“Team Robotunits” came out on top at the 24th edition of the Dolomitenmann, argubly the most challenging extreme sports team competition in the world.
Mountain Biker Hannes Pallhuber, Kayaker Gerhard Schmid, Para-glider Markus Prantl and Mountain Runner Azarya Weldemariam crossed the finnishing line after 3 hours and 55 minutes, almost 4 minutes ahead of second placed team “Kolland Topsport Kleine Zeitung”. The team’s success was perfected with two individual wins for the Best Mountain Runner and the Best Paraglider. Team captain and coach Christian Beer who helped put the team together was ecstatic about the sensational performance of the four extreme athletes.
Mountain runner Azarya Weldemariam was the stand out man on the day. He set the base for the win by eclipsing previously unbeatable world number one mountain runner Jonathan Wyatt. After running 11 km and assending 2000 meters he lead Jonathan by over 30 seconds to pass the bat to paraglider Johannes Prantl. The extreme paraglider increased the overall lead even further by also putting down the fastest time of the day. The river Drau took everything from kayaker Gerhard Schmid who put down an excellent time to hand over to the last man Hannes Pallhuber for the mountain bike leg. After 17km of challenging uphill and downhill mountain bike track, Hannes crossed the finnishing line celebrating in front of more than 50,000 spectators.
Team coach Christian Beer, CEO of Robotunits and himself a top athlete was ecstatic with the win and sensational performance of the team. ” It is unbelievable what the boys achieved here today and we are over the moon to finally win the Dolomitenmann. It is facinating that only a team with the highest team spirit can win such a race!”
Proven Concept: Linear Motion Systems from Robotunits!
High Quality, easy configuration, quick & seamless integration.
Designed around the Robotunits extrusion and fastening technology, this flexible linear motion system offers you an unmatched combination of versatility, stability and efficiency.
This customer application required a robust pick & place positioning system to lift, turn and relocate gear covers onto a Robotunits conveyor to transport the parts to the following station. The entire X-Y-Z system could be designed and built with standard components which reduced lead time and added to the bottom line of the project.
- Modular axis design (X-Y-Z combinations)
- Complete compatibility with Robotunits conveyors and extrusion technology due to standardized 14mm t-slot design
- Playfree linear motion bearings with high positioning accuracy
(+/- 0.2 mm)
- High load capacity due to hardened, tempered steel guide rails
- Shortest design & assembly times
It has been a busy year here at Robotunits Australia. To name just a few things, we implemented cutting edge 3D Software and we had the lead designer from our head-office in Austria over here in Oz to help us implement it. We also introduced a number of new products, mainly in the conveyor side of things.
All of that is only possible because we have such a loyal customer base. We would like to sincerely thank You, our valued Customers for your support and trust during the last year. We hope we can, at least in a small way, contribute to your success again in 2011.
Robotunits Australia will be closed over the holiday period from Friday 24th of December to Monday the 3rd of January. We will be back for you on Tuesday the 4th of January.
We wish you all a relaxing holiday period and a very successful 2011!
Your Robotunits Team