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Robots make their mark at sollac in France

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Report from a steel mill in France where two robots have been installed to write reference codes on large coils of steel. The working conditions for this task were very unpleasant and human operators could only work for two or three hours at a time because of the intense heat that the coils radiate. Describes how the robot cell operates and how the procedure is monitored by a technician from a control room. As well as improvements in quality there have been safety benefits and the company is now installing a third robot at another mill.
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Keywords: Hazardous Handling; Robots; Safety

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 1995

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