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Svia from Jönköping came out on top when this year’s winners were announced on Monday the 14th of November. Svia, today part of ABB, won a victory in the category B2B sites and a shared second place in the product catalog category.
Acquisition combines SVIA’s leading robotized machine tending solutions with ABB’s globally leading position in industrial automation
Is man simply a replaceable cog in a machine, or a unique, creative sapien that can adapt to any change? And how does the answer to to that question affect our behavior in an automation project?
The alternative is to feed one processing machine and add on further processes such as deburring, washing and quality control. The cell comes equipped with different robots depending on weight and range requirements.
Industry 4.0 is the manufacturing industry’s chance to reign supreme, not only in regard to quality, design and function, but also in production.
Out on SVIA’s shop floor, the sound of advanced automation is heard. There is humming, clicking and swishes as robotic cells are tested. Håkan, the assembler, is also there. He’s 100 percent focused on assembling a robotic cell. He loves to tinker with things.
Collaborating robots making a difference in the production.
Look around in 360° and explore SVIA FeedLine™ filmed at our factory in Sweden. An incredibly rare view of a robot cell, which in the near future will tend a Koyama deburring machine in United Kingdom.
A common expectation when investing in a robotic cell is that the robot should be active during a large part of the production cycle. In fact, the only thing that matters is the cost per part produced.
Our building is an extension our business philosophy and our brand. Just as our products have a clean modern look and project a high level of professionalism
LB Pipe & Coupling Products has accelerated its growth by installing two robotic machine tending systems from SVIA.
After many years of outsourcing production to low-wage countries, industrial companies in Sweden are reversing the trend. Two influential factors are thought to be the recent advances in automation and the rising cost of labor in low-wage countries.
It’s certainly necessary to update your machinery occasionally, but these days we advocate a thorough analysis of what else can be done to develop your business.
We really like standard automation solutions. Why reinvent the wheel again? Our robotic cells are well proven and you can be confident that what you buy really works.
In this white paper, we’ll look at applications within machine tending, primarily in machine tools. Our specific question is: Should you have one robot per machine, or one robot simultaneously tending multiple machines?
As competition gets stiffer and profit margins shrink, finding new ways of lowering the cost per manufactured part is crucial. In this white paper, we share our experience from hundreds of robotic automation installations.
The SVIA story begins in 1997 when the Husqvarna Company has a problem with a subcontractor. One of their machines isn’t working properly.
A Swedish designer once said, “White is just white as long as one decides that it is white.”
ABB FlexMT is a standardized yet flexible solution which increases machine tool utilization by as much as 60 % while reducing labor costs.
Zdenek Marek, head of production engineering at AnVa, tells the story about ANVA’s way to automate the production.
Ravema talks about ABB FlexMT. Flexibility, simplicity and integrated security are some of the benefits of the product.