Automate your production now with
OMRON TM Collaborative robots
Meet our collaborative robots
Boost the productivity and quality of production lines
OMRON TM cobots are geared toward manufacturers that seek to embrace automation and boost production. Cobots are ideal colleagues, automating repetitive tasks such as machine tending, loading and unloading or assembly tasks.
- Cobots are easy to set up and offer a quick and cost-effective solution.
- They can increase the flexibility, quality and speed of production.
- And enable your company to respond rapidly to changing market conditions.
Easy to start
Low cost of ownership
Designed for flexible manufacturing
Product life cycles are getting shorter. Production and automation solutions can support your needs to adapt production processes quickly.
People and machines work together in harmony
Cobot application at Omron factory in Shanghai
Omron's factory in Shanghai is creating an environment where people and robots work together, to meet challenges in manufacturing today, such as shortage in manpower and overall equipment effectiveness (OEE). In this video, you can see how Omron TM collaborative robots work safely side-by-side with people.04:46
Choosing Cobot vs. Industrial Robot
OMRON TM Collaborative Robots change the way the traditional factory used to work. No physical cages are needed anymore. Designed for high-mix, low-volume production at a speed comparable to human workers, OMRON TM cobots can work with humans in harmony.
Traditional industrial robot
Traditional industrial robots must be separated from human activity by a safety fence or cage, and must be fixed to one place as they are normally used for one specific task.
- Complex configuration
- Robotic experts are required
- Rigid solutions
- Large footprint
- Protection fences are required
- High additional cost associated
Cobots were created to work safely and in harmony with people. They can be moved from one location to another to work on different tasks.
- Quick configuration
- No experts are required
- Flexible and easy to re-allocate
- Space saving / Small footprint
- Human-machine collaboration
- Short ROI
Meet our cobots
- Max speed
TM 5 - 700
- Reach 700 mm
- Payload 6 kg
- Max speed 1.1 m/s
TM 5 - 900
- Reach 900 mm
- Payload 4 kg
- Max speed 1.4 m/s
- Reach 1300 mm
- Payload 12 kg
- Max speed 1.3 m/s
- Reach 1100 mm
- Payload 14 kg
- Max speed 1.1 m/s
Interested in hearing more about our collaborative robots?
Whether you’re working in automotive, food and beverage industry, packaging, plastics, machine tools or pharmaceutical manufacturing, the OMRON TM Collaborative Robot is designed to adapt to almost any industry.
Cobots give gear manufacturer Fischer Gears a competitive production edge
Danish gear manufacturer, Fischer Gears, has boosted the competitiveness of its production process - especially on larger series – by installing two Omron TM robots. The collaborative robots (cobots) free experienced employees to focus on more value-adding tasks.02:31
Meet the RB1200 Cobot Palletiser
OMRON and Reeco Automation have partnered to bring you the RB1200 palletiser. A safe, flexible and versatile solution to the EOL palletising process, designed to improve production efficiency, provide enhanced flexibility and save costs. Read more:02:18
Precise and consistent assembly of magnets and coatings with a cobot for the automotive market
LITMAT, a company with over 70 years of experience in supplying components for the automotive industry, has recently introduced the OMRON TM5 cobot within its magnet assembly plant on metal oil drain plugs. The goal of the solution is to simplify the process of assembling the magnets that are necessary to attract any impurities in oil. The cobot takes care of the complete process, from applying the glue, inserting the magnets in the plugs and the verification of the amount of glue applied with the integrated camera. All data is managed centrally by an OMRON NX102 PLC, which can be connected to the MES for integrated supervision of the entire production cycle in real time. At the terminal (OMRON NB Series 7'') the operator can see the information related to processed pieces, types, rejected pieces, causes of stoppage as well as timing, and modify all the parameters relating to the formats if necessary, such as height of the cap, magnet and magnetization. All these variables are supplied to the cobot, which then proceeds with the machining according to the quotas assigned for each different piece to be assembled, without expensive tooling operations. Like all OMRON cobots, even the OMRON TM5 installed in LITMAT can operate in the presence of personnel. Two barriers equipped with a safety module are connected to the PLC and allow the OMRON TM5 to enter collaborative mode. In this way, the employees in charge of sorting the magnets in boxes can work without any risk close to the automated area. Overall, the solution enables LITMAT to assemble approximately 180 caps per hour for a total of 1500 pieces in each 8-hour shift. All with unparalleled consistency: the cobot always exerts the same pressure on the plug, ensuring repeatability and consistent quality. About LITMAT S.p.A. LITMAT S.p.A. is specialized in the manufacturing of metal threaded plugs that are supplied mainly to the automotive industry (oil drain plugs) and to manufacturers of hydraulic, pneumatic, hydronic and mechanical equipment. They are the largest Italian manufacturer in this field, making a full line of plugs, in different materials (steel, brass, aluminium), according to various national standards (DIN, SAE, UNI, etc…), with any thread (metric, english or other), cylindrical and taper. LITMAT also manufactures many different types of magnetic plugs and we can make almost any plug according to the client’s specifications or drawing. LITMAT S.p.A. is particularly competitive in the international market in the production of cold formed steel plugs according to DIN 906, 908, 909 and 910 and special plugs according to customers’ drawings. Since 1950 LITMAT S.p.A. has been O.E. supplier of the most important automobile and truck manufacturers in Italy for all drain and fill plugs in the oil pan, gear box and differential. Many of the most important manufacturers of mechanical components (axles, gear boxes, pumps, etc…) for the automotive and industrial vehicle sectors and many important fastener dealers in Europe are in the list of their clients. About OMRON Electronics S.p.A. OMRON Corporation is one of the world leaders in automation and its work is based on the core technology "Sensing & Control + Think". Established in 1933, OMRON has approximately 30,000 employees worldwide and offers products and services in approximately 120 countries and regions. OMRON operates in various sectors, including industrial automation, electronic components, systems for social infrastructures and solutions for healthcare and the environment. In the industrial automation sector, OMRON supports innovation in the manufacturing sector by proposing advanced automation products and technologies, as well as through widespread customer assistance, with the aim of contributing to the improvement of society. A complete range of machine automation, 200,000 input, logic, output, robot and safety devices make OMRON one of the 2,000 largest companies in the world according to Forbes, listed on NASDAQ and a top spot in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index and for the fifth consecutive time among the "Top 100 Global Innovators" of the world selected by Clarivate Analytics. Integrated Automation: Achieve seamless integration of technology through advanced control Intelligent Automation: Transforming factory data into valuable information Interactive Automation: Create a harmonious interaction between humans and machines01:15
Traceability 4.0 with the OMRON TM cobot
This demonstration at the Gruppo Romani plant shows how a cobot to carry out intelligent labeling on any product format. The application, created by Bluengineering, a company specialized in process control in the ceramic industry, uses the OMRON TM5 Cobot with an outreach of 700 mm, taught in a few minutes by manually defining the gripping, passage and deposit points. The objective: application of labels on one of the four front sides of the outgoing package, quickly managing format changes quickly, without complex tooling operations. The cobot carries out most of the repetitive operations, while workerscan now focus on activities with greater added value. The collaborative nature allows the cobot to work safely in the presence of personnel. Specifically, this is made possible thanks to the integrated monitoring features that dynamically constrain the force and pressure to be exerted in the vicinity of the operator. The cobot can be programmed to stop or evaluate all possible interactions in which to limit its action so that accidental contact with humans does not become dangerous. The integrated vision system on the robot allows reading of the codes (bar code or QR), the control of the correct positioning, as well as the tracking and verification of the packages. All data is sent and managed centrally by an OMRON NX102 PLC connected to the MES for integrated supervision of the entire production cycle in real time. At the terminal, the operator can see the status of production, the batches in transit, the number, speed and method of labels to be printed and applied. Thanks to the cobot, companies can take advantage of a more versatile, more continuous and more efficient solution for labeling operations. Especially when beyond speed, they have to deal with the various different product formats: the reduction of downtime due to format change can reach up to 70% compared to a traditional mechanical axis system. All in maximum safety. Bluengineering s.r.l. Bluengineering srl is an engineering company operating in process control in various production sectors: ceramic, packaging, food, chemical and mechanical, with particular attention to automation dedicated to the production of porcelain stoneware ceramic tiles. The company is strongly oriented towards technological innovation, and strives for the continuous improvement of production processes, using the most modern equipment available on the world market. Bluengineering also stands out for its fast, efficient and precise after-sales service. Among the most important activities developed by Bluengineering Tecnologie: Upgrade and regeneration of obsolete automatic systems Programming of PLCs and industrial PCs - Electrical systems for industrial automation - Electrical panels for industrial automation and process control - Dry coloring of atomised products - Systems for coloring the slips - Weighing belts for atomised powders, granulated products and raw materials. Romani Group S.p.A. Ceramic Industries The Romani Group, founded in 1968, is an expression of the most authentic Made in Italy entrepreneurship. Born in the name of passion, competence and technological research, today it is recognized and appreciated all over the world for the unique style of the ceramic solutions proposed and fully represents the dedication to product quality with a view to continuous evolution. The Romani Group, through its Serenissima, CIR Ceramiche, Cercom and Cerasarda brands, tells an industrial story with a high craftsmanship value, integrated with technical and production innovation projected into the future. The ability to interpret and anticipate the aesthetic trends of the market, supported by cutting-edge plant design, is the basis of the extraordinary offer of the Romani Group. The quality of the product and services, customer satisfaction, respect for the environment and the territory are mandatory commitments for the Romani Group, fundamental cornerstones of the business philosophy supported by the Romani family and pursued daily by every single component of the company. Omron Electronics S.p.A. OMRON Corporation is one of the world leaders in automation and its work is based on the core technology "Sensing & Control + Think". Established in 1933, OMRON has approximately 30,000 employees worldwide and offers products and services in approximately 120 countries and regions. OMRON operates in various sectors, including industrial automation, electronic components, systems for social infrastructures and solutions for healthcare and the environment. In the industrial automation sector, OMRON supports innovation in the manufacturing sector by proposing advanced automation products and technologies, as well as through widespread customer assistance, with the aim of contributing to the improvement of society.01:23