Speed and quality go hand in hand

Drim Robotics offers support and solutions at every stage of building an automated process production process.

We offer assistance in the design, installation and commissioning of production lines using using devices already proven, generally available on the market, as well as innovative solutions. Each path leading to the goal is a common challenge.


How do we do it?

Conceptual phase

This process is created in close cooperation with the client, so as to best outline the plan of action, scope of work, time and approximate cost of the investment.

Design phase

Our design office prepares construction solutions taking into account the available material base and technical requirements of the process in order not to exceed The design phase is carried out by our design office.

Assembly phase

All components and subassemblies are joined together to form one cohesive unit. This is the last moment to introduce the necessary modifications and improvements before the whole thing goes to its final destination.

Commissioning at the customer's site

At this stage, the finished product is installed at the customer's site. This is the final moment for necessary corrections.

Training and line handover

A well-trained, process-oriented workforce is a guarantee that an automated production line will function properly. We place great emphasis on thorough training of operators who are to operate new equipment.

Technical support

Once the process has been initiated, we are obliged to provide technical support (on-site and remote) in case of technical problems. This support is strictly defined in the contract with the customer.

We will design and launch an automated production line!

Our proven and innovative solutions are the answer to the needs of manufacturing plants. We will create and implement an automated production process, according to the needs of your company.
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Robotic workstations in your company

As experienced integrators, we strive to ensure, as far as possible, the safety of jobs where robots work. However, implementation of such solutions in an enterprise requires careful design, development and implementation.

What can a robot on the job be responsible for? Robots are used to automate technological processes in a company. They can perform activities such as transporting products, palletizing, welding, sealing or painting. Performing this type of work by employees, can often be inaccurate or lengthy. Implementing a collaborative robot on the production line will speed up the production process, full automation and more accurate work results.