With all the excitement about the new “Collaborative Robot” offerings being introduced, it would be a natural conclusion to think that being ‘Collaborative’ is all about the hardware. That is not necessarily true.
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Collaborative robots bring many benefits to an industrial environment, chief among them safety. However, with Universal Robots, once most people go through a demo, they become most excited about how easy the robots are to program.