The Lean Robotics Book: A Guide To Making Robots Work In Your Factory
Whenever you ask if robots could work in your factory, the answer you receive is always a hesitant “It depends.”
It depends on your factory, your team, which robot you choose, what you want it to do… and a whole lot more.
Those who have deployed robots in their factories know too well what that’s about. Even the most enthusiastic robot adopters can find their projects plagued by malfunctioning communication channels—among humans as well as robotic components.
How To Simplify Robot Cell Deployment?
The answers can be found in lean robotics.
Lean robotics is a systematic way to complete the robotic cell deployment cycle, from design to integration and operation. It will empower your team to deploy robots quicker and more efficiently than ever before.
Whether you’re a manufacturing manager or engineer, if you’re ready to make robots work for you, this book will show you how.
About The Author
Samuel Bouchard is the CEO of Robotiq, a company that he co-founded in 2008. Robotiq today serves manufacturers globally and has become a dominant voice in the fast-growing collaborative robots industry.
This book is the result of Bouchard’s decade of experience at Robotiq. The Robotiq team has helped thousands of manufacturers overcome manufacturing challenges using robots: from car component makers to electronics contract manufacturing firms; from first-time robot users to robotic experts looking at new ways to automate; and from Fortune 500 companies to family-owned machine shops.
Robotiq has also been recognized by Robotics Trends as one of the Top 50 most influential companies in robotics. Bouchard holds a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering and a Bachelor’s in Engineering Physics from Laval University.
He lives in Québec City with his wife and four children.
A Guide To Making Robots Work In Your Factory
Lean Robotics covers the complete robot cell deployment. It helps you get to production faster, increase productivity and achieve ROI quickly.
The Manufacturer Is Key To Deploy Robots In His Factory
Lean Robotics empowers managers and engineers by providing robotics skills that will match their management and manufacturing skills for a successful robotic cell deployment.
How Do I Get Started?
Learn how to map your manual task and create its robotic equivalent.
A Continuous Process
Starting with less complex automation projects will help you build your skills for future, more complex projects.
Get To Production Faster
Learn how to focus on value-added tasks and get to production faster.
Standard Method (a) vs Lean Robotics Method (b)
Humans Before Robots
Lean Robotics is about collaboration between humans and robots. Robotic cells must be safe for humans and that Robots must be tools usable by all.
Learn more about Lean Robotics in the Following events:
|Events||Speaker||Topic||Date and Time|
|Robobusiness||Samuel Bouchard||Increasing Productivity with Cobots||September 27, 4:30 pm|
|Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show||Catherine Bernier||Lean Robotics||September 27, 2:00 pm|
|TechToberfest||Catherine Bernier||Using Digital Twins to Optimize Collaborative Robot Applications||October 5|
|UR Industry 4.0 Congress||Michel Beauchemin||Lean Robotics||October 6|
|MCMA Techcon||Julian Weinstock||Using Digital Twins to Optimize Collaborative Robot Applications||October 17, 3:45 pm|
|Collaborative Robots And Advanced Vision Conference||Julian Weinstock||How Do You Manage and Optimize Collaborative Robots in Operation||November 16, 11:20 am|