Reduce the risk of serious injury with a BladeStop bandsaw. Specifically designed for the Meat Industry to reduce the number of injuries caused by bandsaws.
BladeStop™ is available worldwide and is uniquely designed to stop the bandsaw blade when the unit senses that a person, glove or both have come in contact with the blade.
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New automation techniques and robotic solutions are continuously being developed, and are having a particularly significant impact in the food industry. Robotic solutions can be very versatile and customised to your production requirements.
Automation & robotics solutions provide significant benefits to the Food Processing Industry which include:
SCOTT sets the benchmark for automation technology in the global meat industry and has established itself as a world leader in commercialising innovative solutions for the meat industry.
The SCOTT meat processing automation products increase carcass yield, enhances labour efficiency, reduces staff training requirements and eliminates many physically demanding tasks from the production line....
Robotic welding and metal fabrication involves highly complex and sophisticated technology. With 29 years robotic and automation experience, Scott Automation & Robotics have the experience to offer a cutting edge easy-to-operate turn-key solution for metal fabrication.
We offer flexible and unique solutions for the metal fabrication industry, and can provide standard solutions...
Scott Automation and Robotics is a global leader in providing innovative Mining Technologies for your mine site.
With extensive experience across many industries globally, SCOTT develops advanced technology solutions in mining that provide optimised client outcomes in improved safety, productivity and efficiency.
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With the ability to sort and stack various lengths and weights of timber, place binding sticks and pick and stack multiple boards simultaneously, SCOTT can tailor a solution specifically to meet your needs.
With our automated and robotic solutions for the timber industry providing a wealth of benefits, find out how we can help your business:
Reduce labour costs
Automating manufacturing and production processes removes the unknown and replaces it with certainty… the certainty that comes with knowing your product will be consistently high quality.
Whether you manufacture for business or consumer, people expect nothing but the highest quality. Many companies implement manual processes to improve or maintain product quality,...
For companies to maintain their competitive advantage they must continually look at ways to keep their manufacturing efficient by eliminating deficiencies, monitoring productivity and improve operational performance.
With the continued pressures of output, quality and deadlines to be met, businesses must engage in ‘preventative maintenance’ and improvement at a company level. To compete successfully in today’s manufacturing environment, every part of the business needs to run at...
We all know the impact an OH&S incident can cause to a business. The financial cost and lowered staff morale can disrupt the smoothest running facility.
Over the past few decades, the available solutions for increasing workplace safety have multiplied.
Robots have dramatically altered the industrial work environment. Through the use of robots you are able to decrease the likelihood of accidents caused by hazardous, repetitive and demanding tasks, saving workers from multiple...
High production costs translate to lower profits, and even in the most profitable of businesses it makes sense to reduce costs for a better bottom line
Whilst capital costs may be a major influence in the decision to automate, in actual fact automation and robotic solutions can not only decrease costs, they provide dramatic increases in production capabilities through increased speed, reduction of bottle necks and the capability to run 24/7.
Some industries in particular have high labor...
The conference focuses on the health and safety culture within an organisations, and reinforces that workplace health and safety performance begins with effective and inspired leadership. Tim Bentley, Director of the NZ Work Research Institute and Chair of the Health and Wellbeing Conference at Safety 360, says, “Building a positive health and safety culture and
Scott Automation + Robotics are proudly sponsoring and exhibiting at the workshops for RobArch 2016, March 15 – March 19 Sydney. SCOTT will be demonstrating collaborative robot technology with our UR10 Universal Robot and sculpting artwork out of polystyrene foam using the latest milling/spindle technology combined with a KUKA robot. Scott Automation + Robotics will be joining world-leading researchers from
Scott Automation + Robotics envision a workplace where humans and robots are able to work together in close quarters both safely and efficiently. Since adopting the collaborative robots (cobots) from Universal Robots (UR) SCOTT are now able to provide robotic technology solutions into high mix low volume manufacturing environments. Universal robots collaborative robot range are
Scott Automation + Robotics understands one of the most important elements of growing a business and remaining competitive is productivity. If a business is inefficient then a loss in production can occur which can result in a lower quality of work, discrepancies in output, unhappy employees and a loss in profitability. The results can be
Robots and people working together Scott Automation & Robotics we are excited to be able to offer the next generation of collaborative robots to Australian manufacturers. These robots will not only provide cost efficiencies, but provide the flexibility to easily move and reprogram the one robot for different production lines as required, making them ideal for small batch
Interfood Butchery Ltd is proud to have been chosen as the sole distributor in the UK and Ireland for the BladeStop™ range of bandsaws. Already proven in Australasia, this innovative technology is new to these two countries. With thousands of conventional commercial bandsaws in daily operation in the meat processing industry around the world, evidence
Manual Measure Single Tower Primal Machine The manual measure single tower primal machine utilises the same tower design as the fully automated x-ray twin tower system with the x-ray being replaced with a manual measure station. It is expected that this system will deliver a two-year payback for Customers averaging a minimum of 290,000 head
Automated X-Ray technology is transforming the meat industry by providing improved yield through the accuracy of cutting. This video demonstrates the developments by Scott Automation & Robtoics in lamb automation with our Australian partners, Australian Lamb Company, JBS Australia and Meat and Livestock Australia. Lucinda Corrigan, MLA Donor Company Chair, notes that the resulting improved yields
Congratulations to our Regional Director for Scott Automation & Robotics’ Clyde Campbell on being selected as an Australia Day Ambassador for the 5th year running. This year Clyde will be heading to Tooleybuc in the Wakool Shire to make his Australia Day speech and present the Citizen of the year award. This will then be followed by
Artists turn to precision engineering as production costs for delivering an industrial aesthetic plummet Artists as diverse as Rachel Whiteread, Oscar Murillo and Yayoi Kusama are beginning to use the high-tech fabrication methods once available to only the most commercially successful artists such as Jeff Koons. Lower-cost robots that mimic an artist’s arm movements and
Safety technology is providing assurance for employees in the Australian meat processing sector, while reducing lost production time and compensation claims from injuries. Southern Meats, based at Goulburn in southern New South Wales have invested in several BladeStop™ bandsaws. Southern Meats OH&S Manager Claire Graham said four major incidents in five years involving traditional bandsaws
The production of granular material as part of the build-up agglomeration process is currently very much the trend. In the face of rising energy costs, thermal granulating processes are becoming increasingly uneconomical. In addition, operators often want the flexibility to be able to produce different target particle sizes or grain size ranges all in a
The science fiction of factories staffed by robotic workers has rapidly become reality in many industries, more recently lamb and beef processing, where the focus and main impact is on improving yield rather than replacing workers. Since early 2000, Scott Technology Ltd has been meeting the challenges of the highly paced meat processing industry with
Bladestop has been nominated as a Finalist for Health and Safety Invention of the Year at the Worksafe Victoria Awards 2015 BladeStop™ is uniquely designed to reduce risks of serious injury by mechanically stopping the bandsaw blade when the unit sense that a person has come in contact with the blade. Upon sensing contact with
Clyde Campbell – Scott Automation & Robotics Regional Director for Australia will be presenting at the Engineers Australia event on Thursday 24th September for the Southern Highlands & Tablelands Regional Group. Topic: The latest in technology within the mining and meat industries. The mining industry is transitioning from a capital intensive expansion phase to a productivity
Palletising in any manufacturing plant presents many operational challenges: from production efficiencies to safety considerations. This is particularly applicable to a company like VIP Packaging, a leading plastic and steel packaging company in Australia and New Zealand, which manufactures packaging solutions for the food and beverage, personal care, household consumer and industrial chemical industries. Among its products,
A world of Innovation | A world of Productivity | A world of Opportunity For over thirty-five years AIMEX has delivered the largest concentration of METS suppliers to Asia-Pacific’s mining industries. As one of the world’s largest mining exhibitions in 2015, AIMEX will provide your business with crucial operational efficiencies and cost-savings. For all the
SCOTT group was successful in 2 separate bids to join the UCLA Anderson Business School – Global Access Program (GAP). The Global Access Program (GAP) serves as a change-agent for students and corporations alike, as well as foreign nations through enhanced economic development. This six-month mandatory field study project pairs teams of final year Fully Employed
MAR are proud to announce it’s Bladestop technology for meat band saws was a finalist in three categories for the 2015 PACE Zenith Awards. Australia’s process control and automation sector is highly dynamic with many unsung companies making valuable contributions to the country’s industrial development through innovative engineering solutions. Now in its 12th year,
Australia needs to innovate to compete. How can robotics automation help provide for the future? Presented by Engineers Australia ITEE Victorian Branch Guest Speaker Paul Gekas, Scott Automation & Robotics (MAR), will provide insights into robotics and automation focusing on its effectiveness, common misunderstandings, the pros and cons of robotics systems, and examples of projects
1000 industry professionals have now been awarded the globally recognised Certified Machinery Safety Expert (CMSE) accreditation from Pilz and TÜV NORD. The 1000th delegate to receive the milestone achievement was Rod Burton from Scott Automation & Robotics. “I was very interested in becoming a CMSE, as machinery safety is at the forefront of everything we do
Scott Automation and Robotics are proud to announce that Bryan Emmerson has won the Endeavour Awards Young Achiever of the Year Award. Bryan has worked very hard here at SCOTT and the award is well deserved, he won the award based on his work on the following projects: 3D modeling project for the Red Meat Industry
THE only way for beef producers to get better farm-gate returns is to reverse the concentration of abattoirs, and robotics could be the key. This was the message Meat and Livestock general manager Richard Norton brought to central Queensland graziers during a series of seminars recently. “Everyone wants to be an abattoir owner, but people