Scott Automation & Robotics are part of the Scott Technology Group of companies and are a leading provider of automation & robotic solutions globally that improve productivity, reliability, yield, and safety for manufacturers and processors in industries.  We specialise in solutions for the following industries:

We are also the exclusive distributor for several specialised products from leading international companies which provide the latest in technological advances.



BladeStop Bandsaw is available worldwide and is fast becoming the Bandsaw machine of choice for companies looking to reduce injuries to their Meat Industry Workers.  Find out the benefits of BladeStop!

Collaborative Robots from Universal Robots

Collaborative Robots from Universal can automate virtually anything – from assembly to painting, from screw driving to labelling, from injection moulding to welding and from packaging to polishing.   Find out more on the Collaborative Robots.

Eirich Australia, New Zealand

Eirich develop and manufacture key segments of equipment and machinery required for batch and continuous mixing processes. The core areas of expertise are continuous and discontinuous processes for mixing, granulating/pelletizing, drying and fine grinding.  Find out More!


Applied Robotics Australia

Applied Robotics is a leading global provider of specialised end-of-arm tooling and connectivity solutions designed to meet the industrial materials handling process.  Find Out More!

Jager Spindles Australia

Jäger High Performance Spindles utilise hybrid ceramic ball bearings. These bearings have standard steel bearing races and are matched with silicon nitride balls  Find out More!


Looking for a Robot,  We have a range of New, Used and Spare Parts available from Australia and through our sister company Robotworx in the US.


New & Used Robots

Case Studies

Cobots enhance human work, not replace it.

Universal Robots, founded in 2005, makes single-arm collaborative robots that are used to do repetitive tasks in the automotive and manufacturing space for such companies as BMW. UR has sold about 10,000 robots around the world.   Universal Robots has reinvented industrial robotics with lightweight, flexible robot arms. The collaborative robots automate production even in small operations 

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Collaborative robotics market to exceed $1 billion by 2020

Research predicts tenfold increase, largely in manufacturing applications. The collaborative robotics sector is expected to increase roughly tenfold between 2015 and 2020, reaching more than $1 billion from approximately $95 million in 2015, according to a new study published by ABI Research entitled Collaborative Robotics: State of the Market / State of the Art. The growth 

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Universal Robots appoint Scott Automation & Robotics as Australian Distributor for their Collaborative Robot Range

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 

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Bladestop Safety Technology reduces Bandsaw Risks to Abbatoir Workers

Safety technology is providing improved safety 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 

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EIRICH and IBU-tec Weimar: strong partners for granulation tasks

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 

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