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Sensitive Automation is an invaluable source of information for all the people who seek for highest efficiency in production by automating complex precise tasks but don’t want to spend valuable time on a costly integration process. Throughout the world we connect providers with end users in order to bring the sense of touch into industrial automation.
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When automation needs a sensitive touch

The automation of standard processes increases production efficiency and therefore earnings at production companies. In many areas of application, this is only possible using haptic sensors: surface refinement, packaging, assembly, and quality control are just four examples. Read More

Competitive advantage due to sense of touch

In a global world, production companies are no longer simply in local competition. The pressure to find the optimum price/performance ratio is correspondingly rising. To achieve it, not only simple work steps but increasingly precision tasks must be automated. Read More

Automation for visionaries

The sense of touch is conquering automation. Thanks to haptic sensors, the areas of application of industrial robots can expand to use in unstructured environments, the handling of sensitive materials, or precision tasks. This is having far-reaching effects on productive industry. Read More

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Cost-effective automation of complex circuit board assembly

Robots with a sense of touch automatically adapt to their production environment when populating circuit boards regardless of whether boards are single or double-sided, or whether they are produced as single cards, small series runs or using THT, mixed or SMD assembly. Read More

Inserting connecting pins – when every millimeter counts

The insertion of pins, a standard technique in precision installation, demands sensitivity and millimeter tolerances. It has resisted automation for quite some time, but thanks to six-axis force/torque sensors, that is now changing. Read More

Polishing with a sense of touch

Polishing and smoothing determine the visual appearance of an end product and therefore its success. Automating these processes takes adaptable industrial robots with a fine sense of touch. Read More

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