Make zero processing failures the norm with our teaching-data autocorrection system.



It is best for robotic production lines to never stop.
However, it is currently necessary to repeatedly make teaching corrections.
Our L-ROBOT system is designed to solve this problem.
Our system automatically generates and corrects teaching data in line with minute shape differences in workpieces, thereby reducing processing failures to zero. Automating the teaching work once done by people leads to dramatic improvements in production efficiency and enables personnel optimization to help production sites evolve.


Improved processing quality

In cases where workpieces are misaligned or vary in shape, our system uses the scanned-workpiece 3D data to detect boundaries and edges in order to automatically correct workpiece misalignment. The distinctive parts of the sample workpiece are recorded to the software, set workpieces are compared to those parts, and then the robot itself corrects the teaching data in line with any workpiece misalignment.
Because teaching data is accurately generated in line with slight workpiece variation, processing failures can be reduced.

Reduced man-hours once needed for teaching correction

Our system solves the problem of having to stop the production line whenever teaching corrections are made.
Even if workpiece misalignment or variation occurs, the robot can automatically correct the teaching data, so there is no longer a need to stop the production line to make such corrections. This means no more need for additional man-hours just to make teaching corrections.

Teaching via easy operations

Processing parts can be specified based on scanned 3D data (point cloud data), and a mouse can be used to easily generate teaching data.
Unlike CAD data, because the 3D data of actual workpieces is used, there is no need to make on-site teaching corrections. Our system enables site managers who are not familiar with how to operate robots—fairly likely given the shortage of robotics engineers—to generate teaching data, freeing them from the hassle of using a robot controller to handle workpiece teaching work.


If you have any questions or concerns regarding industrial robots, please feel free to get in touch with us.