The new 166,350 sq. ft. plant in Plymouth now houses a large share of Proto Labs' plastic and metal CNC machines along with about 175 office and manufacturing workers.
Exhibit highlights Molex RF/Microwave solutions, including RF assembly configurator, Temp-Flex ® Low Loss Flexible Microwave Coaxial Cables, RF DIN 1.0 / 2.3 Modular Backplane System, antenna cables and customization capabilities
Ekso Bionics Holdings, Inc., a robotic exoskeleton company, announced today that three new studies were presented over the weekend by respected researchers from Bergmannstrost Center in Germany, The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis, University of Miami (UM) Miller School of Medicine, and Mt Sinai Hospital in New York.
Sinclair announced the completion of a first-of-its-kind class for the Nova Block III UAV, built by Florida UAS manufacturer Altavian
Clearpath's leadership expands to prepare for growing team and product offering
"The 3DM-GX4 family's 10°/hour gyro bias stability and industrial grade MEMS sensors clearly set them apart in the field of miniature inertial sensor systems."
low-cost, open-source, Arduino-compatible balancing robot for learning, hacking and delight
VadaTech now offers a Digital-to-Analog Converter (DAC) in the FPGA Mezzanine Card (FMC) format. The high-speed DAC offers 14-bit at 2.5 Giga samples per second.
Jabez Technologies makes the cover of CIO Review Magazine and gets recognized as one of the 10 Most Promising Engineering Solution Providers for 2014.
The AW3D HDx 3D printer upgrades the current AW3D HD, with higher acceleration, faster movement and more accurate positioning.
A MakerBot 3D Printer Just Right for the Home, Classroom or Office
Carnegie Mellon University Spinoff BirdBrain Technologies is Excited to Announce the Launch of the Hummingbird Duo, Engineering, Technology and Robotics Education Kickstarter Project
Electronics kit is equally challenging and fun to 4th graders, high school students, and adult makers. Very low floor, shoot for the moon ceiling
Exhibit supported by Google will kick off national tour in Chicago
Student- and faculty-built autonomous aircraft, cars and robots demonstrated with other unmanned systems at a May 11 kick-off to an international conference.
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Stäubli offers a complete range of robotic tool changing systems for payloads of 20 kg to 1,530 kg and torsion moments from 30 to 12,500 Nm, designed for use in virtually every industry. The tool changers adapt to customer-specific applications with different modules for media, data, power, etc. The new MPS 130 robotic tool changer is powerful, very robust, and designed for a huge range of applications. It features multiple couplings for air/vacuum connections, and can be equipped with connectors for data and electrical transmission. Very compact dimensions, with a coupled height of only 67 mm, make the MPS 130 the first choice for applications requiring a high number of mating cycles.