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Market for Scara robot will reach USD 23.91 billion by 2031

by Pieter Werner

SkyQuest Technology has projected that the global market for Selective Compliance Assembly Robot Arm (SCARA) robots, valued at USD 10.17 billion in 2022, will reach USD 23.91 billion by 2031. The market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.3% from 2024 to 2031.

SCARA robots are increasingly utilized in manufacturing and assembly industries due to their high accuracy and efficiency. The rise in automation within the logistics industry and advancements in robotics technologies are expected to significantly impact global demand.

The market is divided into segments based on payload capacity, axis type, application, industry, and region. SCARA robots with a payload capacity of up to 5 kg are especially popular due to their versatility, enabling them to generate substantial revenue for manufacturers. These robots are cost-effective to develop, allowing manufacturers to maximize profit margins. There is also a growing demand for SCARA robots with a payload capacity of 15 kg or more, particularly in heavy industries. The automotive and electronics sectors are anticipated to be major users of these higher capacity robots.

SCARA robots are particularly effective in assembly applications due to their precision and efficiency, making them suitable for tasks that are repetitive and require high accuracy. The automation of assembly lines is expected to drive the demand for these robots. Additionally, 4-axis SCARA robots are projected to see increased sales due to their versatility, low maintenance, and high-speed operation.

The trends towards Industry 4.0 and increased automation are expected to drive SCARA robot sales. Manufacturers are encouraged to focus on innovation and incorporate advanced technologies to enhance the effectiveness and productivity of their robots. Developing robots for assembly and pick-and-place applications and targeting the automotive industry with high payload capacity robots are identified as promising strategies for market growth.

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