Published on : Oct 13, 2016
ALBANY, New York, October 13, 2016 – Market Research Hub has added a new report, titled ‘United States SCARA Robots Industry 2016 Market Research Report’ to its offering. This study presents a comprehensive understanding of the SCARA robots industry in the U.S. It presents a review on the dynamics impacting the development of the market. These include the drivers, restraints, trends, and opportunities. The top players dominant in the market have also been presented in addition to providing their key product introductions. The main strengths and weaknesses of these players also form a key part of this study. The study also encapsulates and analyzes the marketing channels and the industry development trends of the United States SCARA robots industry.
The first section of the report begins by presenting an overview of SCARA robots industry in the U.S. This part comprises the definition, classification, and specifications of SCARA robots. The acronym SCARA stands for Selective Compliance Assembly Robot Arm or Selective Compliance Articulated Robot Arm. This robot was developed in 1981 and comprised a rigid arm within the Z-axis as well as pliable in the XY-axes. This allowed it to easily adapt to holes in the XY-axes. SCARA robots are cleaner and faster in comparison with Cartesian robot systems, but are generally pricier as compared to Cartesian robot systems. A number of companies are introducing SCARA robots in the U.S. Some of these robots present energy saving properties and are environment friendly in nature, while others are specifically designed to handle heavy workloads.
In the next section of the report, the segmentation of the United States SCARA robots industry has been presented. SCARA robots can be classified into coupled and decoupling formula. In terms of application, the report categorizes the market into automotive industry, machinery industry, and others. Moving further, the industry news analysis, industry policy analysis, and industry chain structure of SCARA robots have been presented.
In the following part of the report, the manufacturing cost structure evaluation of SCARA robots has been encapsulated. This part includes the labor cost evaluation, BOM price analysis, manufacturing cost structure, and depreciation cost analysis of SCARA robots. The gross, cost, and price of SCARA robots in the United States from 2011 to 2016 also form an integral part of this study.
Moving further, an evaluation on the top manufacturers operating in the SCARA robots market in the U.S. has been presented. These manufacturers are reviewed on attributes such as product picture and specifications, company profile, production, revenue, gross, cost, price, and contact information. The prominent companies in the United States SCARA robots market are Epson, ABB, HIT Robot Group, Yamaha, Toshiba, Estun, IAI, Staubli, Adept Technology, Inc., DENSO, Kuka, Precise Automation, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd., Janome, and Omron, among others.
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The following section of the study encapsulates the marketing trader or distributor evaluation of SCARA robots industry in the U.S. In this part, information on the status of marketing channels and distributors or traders of SCARA robots have been encapsulated. The export, import, and trade evaluation of SCARA robots in the U.S. also forms a key part of this section of the study.
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