According to market research firm Technavio, the global Cartesian robots market is expected to grow at a CAGR of nearly 5% over the next few years. One of the primary reasons for this growth is the increased demand for Cartesian robots in the automotive industry as these robots are best suited for dispensing adhesives. Of all the different types of robots, SCARA robots and Cartesian robots are the most in-demand robots in the manufacturing industry.
Pros and cons of Cartesian robots
Researchers at Technavio believe that by carefully assessing the advantages and disadvantages of the Cartesian robots, end-users can make the best decision when it comes to choosing the right type of robot for different applications. One of the primary advantages of Cartesians is that they are easy to program and are ideal for straight line insertions. Their payload is much higher compared to other robots such as SCARA robots and their rigidity allows precision during application. On the flipside, Cartesian robots come with disadvantages such as they require a large volume of space to operate and they cannot perform underwater. These robots also need special protection when working in a hazardous environment.
The APAC region is expected to be the largest revenue contributor to the cartesian robots market over the next few years. The presence of large manufacturing facilities in the region and the growing demand for industrial robots from countries such as China, India, Japan, South Korea, and Singapore, are the major factors fueling the markets growth.
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Leading players in the Cartesian robots market
- Denso Wave
- Seiko Epson
- Toshiba Machine
ABB is one of the leading pioneers in the industrial robotics market, having installed more than 400,000 robots worldwide. The company provides manufacturers with a wide range of robots to choose from to improve production, product quality, and ensure the safety of the workers. The company caters to all requirements irrespective of application.
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