Updating the robotic cell – Schneider Electric

Project background

Schneider Electric, a world leader in energy management and automation, wanted to modernize one of its robotized cells dedicated to applying glue to the glass of its electrical cabinets. The main objective of this project was to improve the efficiency and safety of the process, while integrating state-of-the-art technologies to meet production standards.

Our solution

TECH3D undertook a complete overhaul of the cell’s robot program, developing an innovative and secure solution without the use of PLCs. This unique approach integrates all safety systems directly into the robot bay program, simplifying the overall architecture and reducing potential failure points.

At the heart of this solution is a robot equipped with a gripper specially designed to apply glue precisely and evenly to electrical cabinet windows. This configuration not only guarantees optimum glue application, but also speeds up the production process while maintaining high standards of quality and reliability.

Results and benefits

Thanks to this upgrade, Schneider Electric now benefits from a state-of-the-art robot cell, capable of operating with increased efficiency and maximum safety. The new configuration has reduced downtime and increased production, while ensuring accurate glue application. What’s more, the integration of safety into the robot bay program has simplified maintenance and system monitoring, providing a sustainable and scalable solution.