SCARA robots support quick, reliable and efficient processing

TM Robotics/Shibaura

There’s a strong need for efficient handling devices that can streamline seafood production lines and increase efficiency while reducing costs, Nigel Smith, CEO at TM Robotics, tells WF

SCARA robots were first launched into the European market in 1982 by Shibaura Machine. Initially developed for electronic assembly and high-speed pick-and-place applications, these robots have since evolved to be applicable across various industries, including food and packaging. Today, the offerings from Shibaura Machine and distribution partner TM Robotics include the “THE range” of SCARA robots, a flexible and cost-effective option for food processors and system integrators. With advancements such as IP65 protection, these robots can now operate in damp or cold environments, opening up opportunities for their use in seafood processing and other sectors.

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