With many years of experience and more than 13,000 installed robots in the electronics industry, KUKA supplies cost-effective, reliable and flexible solutions for the manufacture of electronics products.
KUKA robot technology for the electronics industry. Perfectly adapted to market requirements.
Together with its partners, KUKA develops agile automation solutions. The result is individual recipes for success that make it possible to exploit opportunities in an attractive market quickly, optimally and profitably.
KUKA offers robots and automation technology for the entire value chain in the electronics sector – from semiconductor fabrication and entertainment electronics to electronic systems in cars and household appliances.
From assembly to pick & place or handling: KUKA robotic solutions for electronics production ensure utmost efficiency, even in the case of fast cycle times
With KUKA robotic solutions, every manufacturer of electronics products gains new room for maneuver in the face of fierce price competition. Even small batch sizes can be produced.
Innovative technology setting the pace: make your electronics manufacturing faster and more efficient with KUKA.
Efficient automation with KUKA robots ensures that the enormous demand for new electronics products can be met quickly – with the highest level of quality. Because powerful automation is much more than precision, speed and availability. It is the art of transforming ideas into practice.
KUKA has the perfect solution for every task. Also for electronics with high cleanroom requirements.
ESD robots: ideally protected against electrostatic charging or discharging
From assembly to inspection and packaging of electronic consumer goods – KUKA offers various robot series in ESD design as standard for electronics production. These robots are equipped with electrically conductive elements and surfaces and are thus suitable for the safe handling of electronic components such as IC chips, circuit boards or vehicle electronics and sensors.
KUKA robots for the electronics industry with high cleanroom class
KUKA cleanroom robots can be perfectly integrated into the smallest of spaces and complex applications with high cleanliness requirements.
Thanks to a special powder coating and special seals to protect against particle emission, cleanroom robots feature extremely smooth surfaces. Due to the avoidance of airborne particles, the robot does not generate dust or particles caused by seal abrasion.
KUKA robots are optimally equipped for the requirements of the electronics industry. Select the robot family that is most appropriate for your application:
KR 4 AGILUS (4 kg payload capacity)
The KR 4 AGILUS is the ideal robot for the assembly and handling of small parts and products in the electronics industry. As the fastest robots in the 4-kilogram class, the KR 4 AGILUS achieves high production output with very short cycle times.
The robots of the KR AGILUS family are suitable for many different assembly, handling and machining tasks in the electronics industry, such as loading and unloading machines, polishing smartphone casings or handling displays. The special KR AGILUS CR variant meets the high cleanliness requirements of ISO 2 and is thus ideal, for example, for operation in the semiconductor industry.
The specialized KR CYBERTECH nano process robots are perfectly tailored to handle small electronics products and are particularly suitable for loading and unloading machines, for example. These robots offer any company economical flexibility with minimum investment and energy costs.
Robots of the KR CYBERTECH family are ideal for the production of metal housings for electronics products. An extensive range of models for payloads from 6 to 22 kg provides the optimal solution for CNC, loading/unloading and handling as well as processes such as polishing and deburring.
The mobile robots enable unique automation concepts in the electronics industry. KMR iiwa is mobile and highly flexible and can automate complex handling tasks sensitively. Comprehensive safety features enable direct collaboration between humans and robots – without the need for safety fencing.