This week, Reeco assisted with the move of two Kuka industrial robots at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in central London.
At Reeco we took a break from our normal Cobot activities this week and was commissioned to help with a robot move in England’s capital city. This move took place at the ‘AA’, The Architectural Association School of Architecture. The independent school is the oldest of its kind and one of the most prestigious and competitive in the world. The AA inhabits 32-39 Bedford Square, one of the best-preserved set pieces of Georgian architecture in London.
The move of the two Kuka industrial robots was commissioned by the school’s Digital Prototyping Lab, housed in the basements of 36-39 Bedford Square. Reeco were assigned the task of decommissioning the two cells and then the further recommission later down the line. Our team worked alongside DKK Machine Movers, who lifted the KR30 and KR60 robots out of the lab with a crane.
It was truly a spectacle in Bedford Square with the combination of beautiful Georgian architecture and cutting-edge Industry 4.0 robot technology.