Collaborative Robot Integrations

The latest generation of automation is sweeping the small to medium enterprise sectors and that is Collaborative Robots! These Robotic arms are designed to work alongside humans and take over the non-value adding tasks so that employees can focus on the more important value added tasks. We specialize in collaborative robotic integrations from simple machine tending to complex multi robotic cells.


TEKK Cobot Products

Innovative products By TEKK Robotics dedicated to complementing Collaborative Robotic Integrations. Professionally designed Carts, Pedestals, and mounts designed specifically for integrators.

Learn More about Tekk Carts, Pedestals, and Mounts.

Custom CNC Applications

For clients who require unique specifications with automation, we can design/develop a complete CNC platform from the ground up to suit your needs. This CNC router was designed specifically for building competitive mobile robot components from various materials.

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Logistics Automation

Safe, cost-effective mobile robot that quickly automates your internal transportation and logistics. The robot optimizes workflows, freeing staff resources so you can increase productivity and reduce costs.

Tekk Collaborative Robot Integration Process

Step 1.

Initial client meeting to discuss concept and goals of the integration. Gather data on the current operation parameters and processes to prepare for a brainstorm session on solutions. Sign Non-Disclosure Agreement if necessary.

Step 2.

 Brainstorm solutions for the integration to achieve the goals set by client and narrow down the solutions to the optimal one available. Detail out the solution and compile the Statement of Work for the integration.

Step 3.

 Start preliminary design of the integration and overview of the process. Review initial concepts and design of the collaborative robot cell with client.

Step 4.

 With initial collaborative robot cell design complete we perform a risk assessment for the operation of the collaborative robot.

Step 5.

 Make any necessary adjustments to the Collaborative Robotic cell design and if required perform another risk assessment. Detail the design of the robotics cell and complete all included accessories. This is the step where the items that need to be custom designed such as end effectors is done.

Step 6.

Manufacturer any of the custom accessories required for the integration and prepare for the location install. Delivery of the Robot components will happen at this time as well, setting everything up for the physical install on location.

Step 7.

On-site install of the integration and initial setup/programming. We test the collaborative robot with the designed process and troubleshoot any issues that may arise. Prepare the robot for on-line operation.

Step 8.

Bring the collaborative robot cell online and monitor the operation. Document any issues that arise and review the risk assessment for the final time during operation.

Step 9.

Collect data on the final integration parameters and metrics of the process for final sign off. Troubleshoot any final issues and prepare for completion of the integration. With the collaborative robotic cell running at the desired capacity the integration is signed off and completed.