ROBOTIC SYSTEMS INTEGRATION SOLUTIONS

Robotic Systems Integration for all sectors and for all manufacturing automation. All in One robotic automation solutions including  robotic cell design

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Our Robotic Services

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Are you looking to buy a robot and you don’t know which robot’s brand to purchase? There are many robots for sale whether new or reconditioned robots. Phoenix will guide you to choose the best option based on your needs.

Besides this, we help you to choose the right manufacturing systems from robotic cell design and manufacture to installation and commissioning.

Robot Integration & Robot Cell Design

Our experts will be pleased to assist you in getting the best of your robotic cell project and systems integration.

Programming Robotic Arms & Simulation

Programming robotic arms are primary concerns for a reliable robot integrator when designing the robotic cell.

Robot Training Courses for
ABB, KUKA, FANUC

Robotic training is essential in new installations and contributes to faster and more effective start-ups.

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Some of Our Projects

Phoenix Control Systems provides complete automation packages including control system integration as well as robotic systems integration. However, as a robotic integrator, we help you to choose the right manufacturing systems from design and manufacture to installation and commissioning. Our experts will be pleased to assist you in getting the best out of your robotic project and systems integration.

Robotic Trimming

KUKA Robot Integration

Robot Entertainment Industry

Integration of four ABB Robots

Robotic Palletising

Integration of palletising robot cell

Robotic Welding Cell

ABB Robot Cell Design

welding robots

Integration of two welding cells

Palletising Robot

FANUC Integration

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Things to consider on Robot cell design planning

Manufacturers employ several robots in a cell to increase production.

A single gripper robot can hold only one part at a time.

The layout refers to the arrangement of machines within the cell. Therefore, most robotic cell models assume one of two designs: linear or circular.

Since each of the stages performs a different function, each, in general, has a different processing time.

The time required for loading and unloading is another factor that influences the processing.

A cell producing identical parts refers to as a single-part-type cell. In contrast, multiple-part-type cell processes lots that contain different types of components. Generally, these different part types require different processing times.