Automated robotic application of material brings consistency to the spray out process.
Improve appearance consistency.
Improve product film build consistency.
Provide consistent gun target distance.
Reduce part defects.
Repeatable robot paths and gun triggering means the material application will save material.
Gun triggers are precise.
Consistent gun target distance.
Consistent material delivery.
Higher transfer efficiency.
Proper application per the material specifications eliminates product defects caused by build variation.
Reduction of application related variables (dirt, solvent pops, runs, sags, etc).
Reduced part rework.
Reduced scrap rate.
Reduce repetitive motion injuries.
Reduced worker’s compensation claims.
Reduce turnover of skilled operators.
Increased throughput potential.
Multi shift operation savings.
Larger reach capability.
Greater painting speed endurance.
Removes employee from a hazardous environment.
Eliminate cost of operator protective gear.
Booth air can be re-circulated.
Lower booth air velocity .
Lower VOC emissions in the air.
Reduce abatement requirements.