LabVIEW users can now readily integrate Motoman robots into their production or quality control applications.
Featuring some 200 leading automation technology suppliers from around the world
Demos also highlight advanced software developments that continue ABB's mission to make robot systems easier to program and operate
Dedicated customer service account management team helps retailers and manufacturers extend the lifecycle of existing material handling systems
New control system maximizes throughput while maintaining superior carton control
Adept to Debut Autonomous Indoor Vehicle (AIV) at Automate and ProMat Tradeshows
A project by Mattias Jones: Towards the end of 2012, as part of The Festival of the Mind in Sheffield, myself and a small team of technicians, coders and mathematicians developed a drawing system and put it to work. The robots drew one line pattern solutions, the shortest line possible, derived from theories on how bees fly from flower to flower. It ended up covering three walls and the floor of a twenty foot cube in one unbroken line.
-- Faster, More Powerful and More Stable
This half-day seminar provides the practical information you need to successfully select the right DC motor -- be it brushed or brushless -- for your application. You'll learn about the interpretation of motor data and how you can use this information for motor sizing. Whether you need high speed and dynamics or just high torque, this seminar will teach you to size a motor + drive with just the right power reserves, avoiding costly oversized motors.
We may have reached a tipping point where having a robot zone does everyone a disservice. Outside of a couple of very well known and popular robots, like Paro and Pleo, the robot zone was primarily filled with component company booths.
Autolabeling of samples and barcode detection of MACS Antibodies using the Quadrus MINI help streamline and optimize the workflow in laboratories. Handling is made extremely easy and this saves the researchers valuable time.
CU-Boulder researchers are working to build a swarm of small robots that can work together to accomplish complex tasks. In the future, teams of intelligent robots could be deployed to tackle a number of challenging problems, from containing an oil spill to self-assembling into a piece of hardware after being launched into space. For now, the CU researchers, led by Assistant Professor Nikolaus Correll, have built a swarm of 20 robots, each about the size of a pingpong ball, in their lab.
Among the nearly 800 exhibitors at ProMat are five companies making their debut at the event.
This year, ProMat features three keynote presentations, each offering critical insights from experts into future developments in robotics, business and the supply chain.
North America's largest material handling show
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Industrial Robotics - Featured Product
The PF/PFC series tin-can stepping motors are conventional magnet-driven rotary stepper motors with a permanent magnet in their rotor core. Rotating in proportion to the number of pulses sent to the motor, the stepper motor is frequency synchronized and can change speed depending on the frequency of the pulse signal.