CoBot FOR HIRE

It’s never been easier to get started with Automation

March 2, 2022

Lease your fully supported CoBot Solution for as little as $7.00/hour

Tax free. Insurance free. Sick free
3 years with a $1.00 buyout

Delta Cobotix is the solution at no additional overhead costs.

The Delta Cobotix program is revolutionizing the way companies work. Their collaborative robotic system can be utilized for as little as $7.00/hour* and frees up your people to do more purpose-driven complex jobs.

A quick survey of your operations is a great place to start. Some significant areas to look at automating are:
Machine tending
Material Removal
Material Handling
Assembly Quality
Dispensing and Material Joining

A substantial part of Delta’s commitment to their customers is building their Robotics Lab. Last year, they made the lab utilize their in-house engineering team to prove-out client applications risk-free. Kind of a “try it before you buy it” deal. And the best part? You don’t need to buy it at all. Their innovative leasing program allows you to reallocate overhead costs monthly.

The Next Revolution in Automation Begins NOW 


The Covid-19 pandemic, social media careers and entrepreneurship have all been reasons for a redefined workplace. Whether it be burnout, unfair wages, poor working conditions, or the need for more flexibility, people are leaving their jobs in hopes of finding a manageable balance between work and life – causing significant disruption and several vacancies for many organizations known as the Great Resignation.

According to the Society for Human Resource Management, in 2021, the U.S. hit an all-time high in employee-quit rates. Although many feel 2022 will slow down this trend, some shortages are expected to continue in specific industries such as logistics, where high turnover rates are commonplace.

Organizations are now tasked with filling in the gaps and searching for new ways to overcome workforce shortages and retain their current talent. As a result, many manufacturing facilities are turning to automation technologies to help streamline specific operations to help increase efficiency.

A primary way in which companies are automating their processes is through collaborative robotics- cobots. This technology is helping to boost supply chain efficiency and productivity while improving the working experience for employees. This is because forward-looking companies use cobots to perform repetitive or hazardous jobs that could cause employee burnout or injury.

Companies are looking to train their current workforce to work side-by-side with these cobots. This allows employees to learn new skills while at the same time providing safer, less physical demands on them. Cobots can be used for several applications, including pick and place, packaging and palletizing, assembly, machine tending, surface finishing, quality testing, and inspection for less than minimum wage.

Safety-certified, cobots work hand in hand with humans to add value to your processes. Cobots are also helping humans perform the three D’s: Dull, Difficult, and Dangerous. In addition, cobots are affordable, easy to implement and to program. They also offer a quick return on investment. The Delta Cobotix program allows companies to lease a fully automated robotic cell. There is no need for costly CAPEX spending because renting a robot would be comparable to the cost of a worker to do the same task. And if it is utilized for more than one shift, the savings are even more significant.

As a result, cobots are looking more like co-workers for companies needing to increase productivity or fill vacancies. Implementing them into the workforce helps the employers and their companies fill in the gaps and boost productivity without displacing their current workforce. Let the experts at Delta Technology be your guide to Automation.

Contact us today and we’ll walk you through the next steps to automating your process

john@turnergroup.net

For more information, check the below links:

Delta Technologies Website

Turner Group Technologies Website

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