CatDV Helps Enhance Production of JPL/NASA Space Exploration Programs

NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) continues to ignite excitement by exploring the Solar System.

Servo Motors & Drives Market to Reach 17.2 Million Units by 2018 - New Report by MarketsandMarkets

Servo Motors & Drives Market report categorizes the global market by Type (AC Servo Motors/Drives, DC Servo Motors/Drives, Brushless Servo Motors), Components (Sensors, Controller Modules, Encoders, Amplifiers), Voltage Range (Low Voltage, Medium Voltage) & by Geography.

Intelligrated recognized as a top Cincinnati workplace for 2013

Intelligrated placed sixth in the large company category.

ESX's 2013 Maximum Impact Awards Winners Announced

Honeywell LYNX Touch 5100 wins Best Overall in program that highlights products and services with real bottom-line impact.

Artec Group announces the integration of AICON 3D Systems' photogrammetry tool with Artec 3D scanners.

Reis Robotics is pleased to announce that Gard Van Antwerp has been named Laser Applications Manager for the U.S. and Canada.

He will coordinate all activities involving Reis' extensive line of automation, robotics and optics for laser welding, cutting, cladding and heat treating.

AV&R Vision & Robotics Merges with IMAC Automation

AV&R Vision & Robotics and IMAC Automation, a company developing manufacturing automation, are merging to become AV&R, world's largest engineering firm specializing in robotics for the aerospace industry.

Neptec Technologies Corp., AutonomouStuff and 3d laser scanners

Neptec Technologies Corp. adds AutonomouStuff as a distribution partner for its OPAL 2.0 3d laser scanners.

Yaskawa America, Inc. Acquires Agile Planet, Inc.

15 Competitors Selected for DARPA Spectrum Challenge

Three wild card selections remain in competition to demonstrate solutions for more robust wireless radio technologies

Omron Releases New NX Series Safety Control Units with Integrated Safety

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MakerBot Sold To Stratasys

Bloomberg Businessweek:

The 3D printing industry turned downright frothy Wednesday as Stratasys agreed to acquire the startup MakerBot for about $403 million. Founded in 1989, Stratasys is a 3D printing veteran used to selling large machines to industrial customers. Based in Brooklyn, MakerBot has operated on the opposite end of the spectrum, making $2,000 or so machines that can sit on a designer or consumer’s desk and print three-dimensional objects out of plastic using techniques not all that dissimilar from traditional inkjet printers.
 
The 3D printing industry has been consolidating as interest in the technology heats up. Stratasys acquired Objet, one of its main rivals, last year, while 3D Systems bought its rival Z Corp. The purchase of MakerBot could be seen as a lost opportunity for Hewlett-Packard, which many people in the 3D printing business have expected to enter the market, given its printing chops.
 
MakerBot will continue to operate independently. The company has been something of a grassroots player, getting its start on the back of open-source hardware designs and software. The company’s CEO and co-founder, Bre Pettis, has also served as the charismatic voice, more or less, of the 3D printing movement.

Galil Motion Controllers used in 6-Degrees of Freedom Platforms

Galil Motion Controllers used in 6-Degrees of Freedom Platforms Developed by InMotion Simulation Systems

Robotics Education & Competition Foundation Receives Texas Workforce Commission Grant to Support 500 VEX Robotics Competition High School Teams

Texas Workforce Commission's $760,000 grant to fuel 400 new & 100 existing VEX Robotics Competition teams, new events and a special Texas Online Challenge

European Robotics Leader Successfully Deploys with ITTIA DB SQL

This deployment continues the company's constant progress in the human-to-machine and machine-to-machine sector

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Harmonic Drive Introduces New Lightweight Versions of Select Gearhead Products.

Harmonic Drive Introduces New Lightweight Versions of Select Gearhead Products.

Harmonic Drive LLC, a leader in high precision motion control introduces new lightweight versions of select gearhead products. The new gearheads are ideal for designs where weight is a critical factor. Building on the success of Harmonic Drive LLCs current gear units, new lightweight versions were the next logical evolution of the CS/ SH product lines. With weight reductions of 20-30% without any reduction in torque ratings, the Lightweight (LW) gear units provide exceptional torque density.