Analysis on the application fields of industrial r

2022-08-09
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Analysis of the application fields of industrial robots in the world

since the first industrial robot was created in the early 1960s, robots have shown great vitality. In just over 40 years, robot technology has developed rapidly, Industrial robots have been widely used in the production of industrial developed countries. The project with a total fund of 29000 euros is allocated as part of the leading-edge cluster fund plan of BMBF. At present, industrial robots have been widely used in automobile and auto parts manufacturing, mechanical processing industry, electronic and electrical industry, rubber and plastic industry, food industry, wood and furniture manufacturing and other fields. In industrial production, industrial robots such as arc welding robots, spot welding robots, distribution robots, assembly robots, painting robots and handling robots have been widely used

among many manufacturing fields, the most widely used field of industrial robots is automobile and auto parts manufacturing. In 2005, the demand for industrial robots in the automobile and auto parts manufacturing industry in the Americas accounted for 61% of the demand for industrial robots in all industries in the region (see Figure 1); Similarly, the proportion in Asia also reached 33%, ranking first in all industries (see Figure 2); Although the slowdown of investment in the automotive industry in Germany, Italy and Spain directly led to the decline of the demand for industrial robots in the automotive industry in Europe to 46% of the demand for industrial robots in all industries in 2005, the automotive industry is still the most popular industry in Europe using industrial robots (see Figure 3 and Figure 4). At present, the automobile manufacturing industry has the highest density of industrial robots per capita in all manufacturing industries until it finds a new market. For example, in 2004, the number of industrial robots per 10000 workers in German manufacturing industry was 162, while in the automobile manufacturing industry, the number of industrial robots per 10000 workers was 1140; This figure of Italy is more illustrative. In 2004, the number of industrial robots per 10000 workers in Italian manufacturing industry was 123, while the number of industrial robots per 10000 workers in automobile manufacturing industry was as high as 1600

Figure 1: distribution map of the proportion of industrial robot demand in major industries in the Americas in 2005

Figure 2: distribution map of the proportion of industrial robot demand in major industries in Asia in 2005

Figure 3: change map of the proportion of industrial robot demand in the automotive industry in Europe in all industries in

Figure 4: change map of industrial robot demand in major industries in Europe in

Figure 5: United States in The change chart of the demand for industrial robots in major industries in the continent

I hope it can help you in the future purchase of products. Industrial robots are also widely used in the electronic and electrical industry, metal products industry (including machinery), rubber and plastic industry, food industry and other fields. In 2005, the demand for industrial robots in the electronic and electrical industry in Asia was second only to the automobile and auto parts manufacturing industry, accounting for 31% of the total demand of all industries (see Figure 2); In Europe, the demand for industrial robots in the rubber and plastic industry far exceeds that in the electronic and electrical industry, ranking second (see Figure 4); The demand for industrial robots in the automobile and auto parts manufacturing industry in the Americas is far ahead, so the demand for industrial robots in the metal products industry (including machinery), the rubber and plastic industry and the electronic and electrical industry accounts for about 7% (see Figures 1 and 5)

with the development of science and technology, the application field of industrial robots is also expanding. At present, industrial robots are not only used in traditional manufacturing industries such as mining, metallurgy, petroleum, chemistry, shipbuilding and other fields, but also have begun to expand to high-tech fields such as nuclear energy, aviation, aerospace, medicine, biochemistry and other service industries such as home cleaning and medical rehabilitation. For example, underwater robots, polishing robots, burring robots, glass cleaning robots, high-voltage line operation robots, clothing cutting robots, clothing making robots, pipeline robots and other special robots, as well as minesweeping robots, combat robots, reconnaissance robots, sentinel robots, demining robots, mine laying robots and other military robots are widely used in all walks of life. Moreover, with the improvement of human living standards and the increasingly colorful cultural life, various professional service robots and household consumption robots will continue to be close to human life in the future, and their markets will be prosperous

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