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Danish company eyes Indian mkt for industrial robots.

Universal Robots has unveiled anew industrial robot that will work with humans and is priced at `16 lakh onwards

ROBOTS are talking over manufacturing as well as service industry.

Tapping in the opportunity, Danish robot manufacturer Universal Robots has unveiled a new industrial robot that will work with humans and is priced at ` 16 lakh onwards.

The company is eyeing auto companies, FMCGs, universities ( as part of the curriculum), and personal care product companies for end of line packaging and more.

Designed with the vision of creating a collaborative robot that could benefit everybody and work with humans, this robot can be moved and reprogrammed to perform new tasks in minutes.

Universal Robots has three collaborative robot arms-- UR3, UR5 and UR10-- named after their payloads in kilos. It has sold more than 7,000 collaborative robots globally, including 200 in India, of which 150 were sold last year itself. The company is eyeing to double the number every year. The company claims that the co- bots are easy to program and the first set- up takes less than an hour. They can be moved easily around the production facility for multiple applications and can be floor, ceiling and wall mounted.

Available at a starting price of ` 16 lakh, the price of the robot increases depending up on the functionality.

For instance, one can add vacuum cups, three finger gripper, tactile grip, magnet grip, mechanical grippers and even cameras, which increase the cost of the robot. The industrial robots offered by Universal Robots are assembled in Denmark whereas parts are manufactured all over the world.

" Our smallest collaborative robot is the world's most flexible, lightweight, table- top robot that has been embraced worldwide especially in the electronics and metal industries. We are growing our channel partner strength in all major locations of the country and will continue to expand our network in the coming years," says Pradeep David, general manager, Universal Robots, India.

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