Would you like to use the Cobot quickly after purchase and benefit from it?

This is not a problem. The cobots from Universal Robots do not require months of programming and workstations do not have to be rescheduled. In most cases, the layout of production does not have to be changed either.

This again has several advantages. The set-up costs are limited and the Cobot is quickly ready for use and can immediately contribute to the company's success.

How long does the initial setup take?

It usually only takes an hour from delivery and unpacking to carrying out the first task. You can unpack the Cobot within an hour and can already program a small task.

This quick set-up is made possible primarily by the intuitive interface. In addition, the cobots from Universal Robots are powered by normal electricity, which in turn makes it easier to integrate the robots into work environments where there is no power supply.

In this video you can see how quickly the initial setup can be completed:

Does this also work with the end effectors?

A cobot without an end effector is like an arm without a hand. End effectors are therefore necessary in order to be able to perform certain tasks. Universal Robots also takes this aspect into account. With the UR+ solutions, Universal Robots follows the "Plug and Produce" approach.

This approach quickly becomes clear because you don't need another control unit for the end effector. You set everything up with the Universal Robots interface. This setup is also as quick and easy as setting up the cobot.

UR+ products are products from other manufacturers certified by Universal Robots that can be used with a Universal Robots cobot without any problems.

Would you like to find out more about this advantage? We would be happy to visit you and you can see for yourself that a cobot from Universal Robots is really quick to set up and can save you further costs.

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