It means brighter days, but for Sylab, it also means brighter times regarding the KUKA syrobot and its development.
After various challenges, the robot is now running relatively satisfying. At the same time, it means that SYLAB can offer interested parties fully automated on the sewing robot within a relatively short period of time.
At the time of writing, various technicians are making the latest adjustments before the sewing robot should work optimally. It is among other things the robot’s work with particularly fine fabrics, which must be adjusted to achieve a consistent result, regardless of the density of the material in the fibers.
You can watch the video on our Facebook page right here.
Robots: good or bad for the labor market in Denmark?
Robots are cheap in operation, but they do not buy any products. A clever man once said that with reference to the fact that people may have wages, but conversely, they also use their wages at retailers of various products.
The article you can read if you are interested in the entire robot-meeting-community aspect, which is also associated with a greater and greater degree of implementation of robots at work places, among other things, offers an interesting perspective in relation to the issue mentioned above.
What does the impact of robots on the labor market mean that there are fewer jobs for our people? Or does it just mean that there are other job profiles that are needed?
The article HERE gives a bid and is worth reading.
Robot fair in Frankfurt
As said, the robots come, and at the moment they have reached Frankfurt where the fair is “text process” from 9th to 12th. May runs from the stack.
We send our new employee Prisca Vilsbøl to Germany, so she can sneak up the latest trends in robot technology, innovation and general textile production. More about it in a later newsletter.