Reis Robotics has successfully delivered its 100th automated solar module assembly line at its customer’s site. They have received some more orders, which are already in the production stage.
Steffen Guenther, the sales manager at Reis, commented that their customers benefitted from the standard and modular robotic assembly systems. He added that this kind of standardization would ensure that projects are completed much before the deadlines and enhance the performance of their systems.
Reis Robotics has been delivering end-to-end robotic automation systems that cater to numerous segments in the industry and has gained immense technological expertise in the solar module systems. The Reis solar modules have contributed to the supply of more than 6 GW of clean electrical power every year. The automated assembly lines from Reis have been used in the production of silicon modules, thin film and solar applications. They have a wide range of semi-automatic, fully-automatic or manual production systems, which give outputs ranging from 10 to 600 MWp.
Reis Robotics is headquartered at Odernburg, Germany. They have established themselves as a market leader in the photovoltaic industry and have played an important role in the integration of automation systems that are used in all the important sectors of the industry. Apart from the photovoltaic systems, they manufacture Laser Systems, Spotting Presses, Trim Presses and Trim Tools.