GloboTech Communications: Proud Sponsor of the Walking Machine Project from Ă‰cole de Technologie Superieure
GloboTech Communications will provide the hardware and the network to help the team build its domestic robot.
Robots4Austism Therapy Program Voted Most Innovative
Now offering complete machining capabilities for complex high tolerance components
February 13-14, 2014 ECC Sokolniki in Moscow will host Russia's first 3D Print Expo.
Large-Format Metrology System Debuts to Over $5 Million in Orders
EuroMold 2013: The New-Generation System from EOS - The Key to Series Production in the Metals Sector
The EOS M 400 with modular design: For larger components, increased productivity and automation, plus improved quality assurance
Significantly reduced costs per job, increased production efficiency, greater process stability and construction capacity, all with consistent component characteristics
NASA engineers are developing climbing legs for the International Space Station's robotic crewmember Robonaut 2 (R2), marking another milestone in space humanoid robotics.
Manufacturers begin to build 3D value chains, underpinned by new investment in four pillar technology
Bomgar's multi-platform solution for remote support enables secure implementation of COPE initiatives and significant performance improvements in global company environment
Festo is a leading world-wide supplier of pneumatic and electrical automation technology.
The new company, headquartered in Rochester Hills, Michigan will have combined annual sales in excess of $1B and 22 locations.
* solution speeds threading-in times by an order of magnitude, and increases machining accuracy to DIN class 3!
maxon motor's DCX series is being expanded with two new DC motors. The GPX 22 gearhead is now also available in a version with reduced noise level and with ceramic axes.
The aircraft is currently flying at Area 51 in the Nevada desert and will become operational by 2015.
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Robolink: Articulated joint modules for robots. igus® now offers a lightweight, maintenance- and corrosion-free range of robot joints for humanoid systems or other automated applications. The carbon-fiber plastic joints can rotate and oscillate freely via four wire ropes. No more expensive milling, cutting or DIY systems. Moving mass is reduced to a minimum. The actuators (engines, pneumatics and hydraulics) and the control module (DP, PC) are kept separate. Contact igus® for more information and free samples.