Making shoes is very similar to making cars. The sole of the shoe is like the chassis of a car, and the upper is like the body of the car. We have shoe Assembly line and car Assembly line. In fact, assembling cars is completely automated, while assembling shoes is basically done by humans. In addition, the average number of robots per 10000 automotive workers in North America is 1200, in Japan and South Korea it is 1600-1800, and in the European Union it is 1500. Unfortunately, there is not a robot per 100000 shoe workers. The purpose of this project is to develop an automatic flexible shoemaking production line. The goal of the production line is to use robots to complete jobs with high pollution, intensity, and repeatability, reducing the requirements for worker skills, thereby achieving technological upgrading and solving the industrial structural problems of difficult recruitment!
- Model： FVGR-01