Improving quality and consistency at Bjerrum Nielsen

Robots are used in several industries and companies that few people may think about when they have the finished product in their hands.


We have delivered our Mimic product, which has been mounted on a Universal Robots cobot, to the carpentry workshop Bjerrum Nielsen. Among other things, this has resulted in beautiful oak moldings on the side panels of Bang & Olufsen’s iconic and indescribably sounding speaker BeoLab 50. 🪵

With Mimic and UR10e, Bjerrum Nielsen reduces barriers to entry for automation and the implementation and user-friendliness are generally improved. Working with the robot is intuitive, it is easy to program and it is easier to train more employees. It increases the possibility of adding more products in the automation process and thus attracting more employees.


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