Universal Robot Welding Case Study
Storth Machinery Ltd. bought the Olympus Universal Robot Welding System in order to quickly and easily automate their lower value welding processes, to free up experienced welders to focus on higher value work. Julian Lopez, Storth’s Export Manager, explains why they bought the Olympus solution, and how a single system has allowed them to double production whilst moving 2 welders onto other tasks.
About Storth Machinery
Storth Ltd are the leading manufacturer of slurry handling equipment in the UK. Established in 1999 by Chris Richardson and Alan Looker, the founding directors have used their extensive knowledge of the market to grow the business into what it is today; a worldwide brand exporting to over 30 countries.
About the Olympus Universal Robot Welding System
Olympus Technologies Ltd. has developed a unique Universal Robot Welding System that can be deployed easily and flexibly in existing manual welding booths, eliminating the need for costly new robotic cells. The application is capable of providing an economical and high quality robotic welding solution, perfect for simple and repetitive welding processes. Olympus’ custom software makes robotic welding quicker and easier than ever before, removing the need for costly robot programming courses.
The Olympus Technologies Cobot Welding System has been certified by Universal Robots as part of their UR+ program. In order to gain the UR+ certification the Olympus Technologies welding system was put through a series of tests by Universal Robots in order to ensure its functionality and ease of use.