The UR3e is best suited for light assembly and workbench automation tasks that require precise and repetitive movements. It is an ideal solution for a variety of applications, including packaging and labeling, material handling, testing and inspection, machine tending, and electronic assembly.

In the packaging and labeling industry, the UR3e can perform tasks such as picking and placing products, sorting items, and labeling products with a high degree of accuracy and speed. It can also be used for material handling tasks, such as moving parts or components between different production processes or workstations.

The UR3e is well-suited for testing and inspection tasks where high accuracy is essential, such as inspecting and measuring parts for quality control. It can also be used for machine tending tasks, such as loading and unloading parts from machines or conveyors.

In the electronic assembly industry, the UR3e can perform tasks such as soldering, placing components on printed circuit boards, and handling delicate electronic components with precision and care.

The compact size, ease of use, and flexibility of the UR3e make it a popular choice for small and medium-sized businesses that need a collaborative robot solution that can be easily integrated into their production processes. Overall, the UR3e is an excellent choice for any industry that requires a flexible, precise, and easy-to-use automation solution.

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Soldering, Screw Driving with UR3 at JVC Kenwood Indonesia


PT JVC Electronics Indonesia (JEIN) is part of the JVCKENWOOD Group, a global leader in electronic and entertainment products. JEIN, heavily dependent on manual processes, saw a need to automate its operations to remain competitive.


The company deployed seven units of Universal Robots’ UR3 collaborative robots (cobots) to increase productivity and achieve consistent output quality.


With the adoption of cobots, JEIN has improved its production processes and workers’ safety, while reducing yearly operational costs by more than USD 80,000.