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If you search the internet for the average payback time of a cobot (collaborative robot)1, you’ll find 195 days on almost every website. At least that is what manufacturer Universal Robots2 claims. We do not know about you, but we prefer to do the calculations ourselves.
Most business owners who invest in cobots know next to nothing about their end of arm tooling. This lack of knowledge might prevent them from making a good choice. That’s because it is its end of arm tooling (EOAT) that determines which tasks a cobot can and cannot perform. Here are the most common types and applications.
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