Case Studies - General Industry
Loading and unloading, milling, food production and more: Discover international case studies from the world of Kawasaki Robotics – hands on
Case Study Bahner und Schäfer
Automation of a traditional Saxon company: Bahner and Schäfer integrate robots into production
Since its foundation in 1931, the Saxonian Bahner und Schäfer GmbH has been producing technical springs and bent parts for numerous industries in the third generation. In two production halls at the Oelsnitz site, the family-owned company manufactures components for customers throughout Europe and North America, always precisely tailored to individual requirements and special applications. Small and large series are covered by Bahner and Schäfer as well as single pieces and prototypes – in numerous variants and made of different spring steel types. With a new robot cell from ICM built around a Kawasaki robot, the traditional company is getting ready for the future.
Case Study Haase Tank
Traditional Manual Work Meets Modern Automation Technology: Haase Tank Expands its Production with Kawasaki Robots
With its double-walled underground tanks, the Haase Group has been a market leader in the tank industry for more than 50 years and relies on a unique combination of traditional manual work and modern automation technology. Since the integration of the first Kawasaki robot in 2010, the traditional Saxon manufacturer has not only been able to significantly optimize its production and efficiency, but also to support its sustained growth in many industries and international markets.
Case Study Ossenberg
Strong Partner for Fast Growth: Walking Aid Manufacturer Ossenberg Uses Kawasaki Robots
In November 2016, the company Ossenberg decided to acquire two modern Kawasaki robots in order to improve automation. With clear results: The entire production volume has been increased from several 100 walking aids a day to more than 12,000
Case Study RoBoCut
RoBoCut: How robots, AI and lasers are revolutionizing plant propagation
For more than 100 years and already in its third generation, the family-owned company Bock Bio Science has been a leading global expert in in-vitro and horticultural plant propagation. The idea for RoBoCut, the automated, laser-based propagation of plants – reliable, cost-effective and sustainable – was born 10 years ago. Today, the owners Friederike and Stephan von Rundstedt lead a team of 14 experts and RoBoCut is the beginning of a new generation of plant propagation from 2022.