VISION-GUIDED ROBOTICS: Sophisticated software speeds automotive assembly

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In the automotive industry, hemming presses have been replaced by roller technology where a flexible hemming head with two rollers is mounted to the end of a robot arm to join independently stamped inner panels such as hoods, decks, and fender reinforcements to the outer panels that make up a car’s body.

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