CADE launches CADE COBOTS. Collaborative robotics solutions.

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The aim of this new line of business, named CADE COBOTS, is to develop, supply and integrate complete “turnkey” solutions for the automation and optimization of industrial processes, through collaborative robots.

The changes towards an intelligent industrial model, which can be adapted to specific needs and processes , are the fundamental concepts of a revolution that has already started as an unstoppable reality and its name (INDUSTRY 4.0) is in fact known and used by a good part of our society.

The concept of industry 4.0 is supported by several technological foundations, with different degrees ofmaturity and capacity for immediate implementation in the industry (Additive Manufacturing, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), Cyber-physical Systems, Big Data, Virtual Reality (VR), or Artificial Intelligence (AI), among others).

Among all the technological basis that sustain this concept in the industrial manufacturing field, collaborative robotics is standing out, both in terms of technological maturity and capability to generate changes.

Lightweight, flexible, easy to install and program, cobots are specially designed to interact with humans in a shared workspace, without the need for safety barriers. Their small size, their flexibility to be introduced into multiple processes and operations and their affordable price diametrically differentiate them from industrial robots, making them the ideal solution for SMEs.

Using cobots allows to optimize de productivity and redirect the operator’s responsibilities towards other processes, with a higher specialization and value. They are mainly used to reduce the workload in monotonous and repetitive tasks with little or no value, tasks whose productivity depends exclusively on the operator and which may also carry physical or mental health risks.

Cobots can be easily reconfigured to be used for a different process or relocated in a different point of the production line. Therefore, the productive capacity of an industry becomes more flexible, regardless of its activity or size. 

Plug & Play Robotics
The 5 major differences between traditional industrial robotics and collaborative robotics listed below make cobots an unstoppable reality:
Fixed installation taking space. High safety requirements.
Human interaction not allowed.
Singles tasks or processes assigned.
Expensive programming that can only depend on its administrator.
High investment, return in several years.
Different facilities. No additional space required.
With frequent interaction
Developing multiple tasks  
Easily and quickly programming, that can be done by any operator
Return on investment in less than a year

1.  They are safe: they do not need fences or protected and set aside spaces, they do not require large spaces for their installation either.

2.  They are collaborative: they can work hand in hand with people. A single operator can work with several cobots.

3.  They are flexible: They can perform almost any handling task or operation, being also easily to transport and configure to be relocated in different positions.

4.  They are easy to program: Any operator without a previous qualification can learn in a few minutes how to use a cobot and how to reprogram it for a new task.

5.  They are economic: Compared to traditional industrial robots, whose return on investment takes several years, the return on investment of a cobot usually takes less than a year. The investment required is substantially lower, which makes it accessible to the SME.

CADE launches CADE COBOTS. Collaborative robotics solutions.
‘The only thing all industries have in common is that they all are different’
The industrial sectors that are already incorporating COBOTS in their productive processes are innumerable and it is expected that many others will immediately join this unstoppable trend.
Food and agriculture industry
Food and Agriculture
Furniture and equipment sector
Furniture and Equipment
Electronics and Technology
Electronics and Technology
Metal Processing and Mechanizing
Metal Processing and Mechanizing
Automotive and OEM
Automotive and OEM
Plastics and Polymers
Plastics and Polymers
Medicine and Pharmacy
Medicine and Pharmacy
Sector de investigación científica
Science and Research

The industrial sectors that are already incorporating COBOTS in their productive processes are innumerable and it is expected that many others will immediately join this unstoppable trend.

automatized pick and place with cobots
Pick and Place
Injection Molding with collaborative robots
Injection Molding
robotic CNC
Packaging and Palletizing
Packaging and Palletizing
Quality Assurance (QA) with collaborative robots
Quality Assurance (QA)
Automatic assembly with cobots
Automatic polishing
Supervisión de maquinaria con robots colaborativos
Supervision of Machinery
Tests and Laboratory Analysis
Tests and Laboratory Analysis
Bonding, Dispensing and Welding
Bonding, Dispensing and Welding
Screwing robot
Other apps
Other apps

Pilot project: CADE COBOTS DEMO

In order to show the extraordinary integration capacity of this new generation of robots and its applicability in small and medium enterprises, CADE COBOTS launched a demonstration project in July 2018 in a metal fabrication workshop.

The project consisted of using a COBOT (UR10 model) to automate the process of placing metal parts and removing the final assembly after a welding process carried out by an existing industrial welding robot. This process was being steadily performed by one of workers.

The project’s objective was to develop a real experience of a cobot implementation in a workshop at full workload and with a specific order for a final customer.

Apart from the integration of the collaborative process with the existing welding robot, it was particularly important to see how the implementation of the COBOT did not affect the normal activity of the workshop, unlike the traumatic integrations associated to automation systems with traditional robotics.

After two weeks of operation and with 3500 finished pieces, the owner of the workshop asserted that the production ratios obtained with the cobot were well above those obtained through traditional manual processes. In addition, the same worker that was previously in charge of the assembly operation, was now able to carry out, among other tasks, the inspection and supervision of finished parts, a task that used to be executed as an additional process.

The solution implemented by CADE consisted of an automated feeding system including supply, installation and configuration of the own cobot, as well as the system of feeding and automated removal of parts, integrating this process with the existing welding robot.

During the demonstration project, companies from different sectors and activities visited the facility and shared their own point of view about the applicability of collaborative robotics in their own processes, having a positive general response.

As a result of this round of visits, specific studies will be carried out for different processes, including detailed studies of the current process and technical and economical evaluation of solutions based on cobots.

Derivados de esta ronda de visitas se realizarán estudios particulares para distintos procesos incluyendo estudios pormenorizados del proceso actual y evaluación técnica y económica de soluciones basada en cobots.

Further information:

If you would like to obtain more information or would like to ask about the possibilities of CADE COBOTS in your own process, please do not hesitate to contact us on +34 967 19 01 72, email or complete the form bellow:
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