The bottom line is that despite increased robot sales, more jobs are still being created in the U.S. than the amount that are eliminated.
Many of the woodworking industry's big players have adopted robots. Weather Shield, a maker of wooden and aluminum clad windows, uses robots for risky and low added-value tasks. At its Wisconsin facilities, collaborative robots, or "cobots", are utilized for the final process stages and autonomous mobile robots carry panels from one island or cell to the next.
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