The Robotic Industries Association Announces New Director of Standards Development

New Director brings expertise in project management, facilitation, communication

Belden Connectors Offer Efficient Way to Transmit High Levels of Power

Latest Lumberg Automation Product Is Excellent for Harsh Environments

Belden's New Cordsets Deliver Greater Power and Performance Reliability in Confined Industrial Automation Settings

Industry-proven M8 technology from Lumberg Automation provides a robust solution for the most demanding network requirements

Belden's New Multiprotocol I/O Modules Boost Flexibility and Installation Convenience in Industrial Production Settings

Compact I/O modules from Lumberg Automation meet EtherNet/IP and PROFINET specifications, creating an all-in-one solution for high cost savings

Universal Robots to build architectural scale pavilion in direct collaboration with attendees at Autodesk University

The Autodesk University conference merges traditional craftsmanship with computational design and manufacturing processes as the Hive Pavilion takes shape during the three day event in Las Vegas December 1-3. The Pavilion will be designed and built with the collaborative Universal Robots working in tandem with attendees, showcasing the future of digital construction and human-robot collaboration.

2015 Robotics Alley to feature Health Care and Medical Device Track

Robotics Alley has brought back one of its most popular tracks from 2014, the Health Care and Medical Device Track. The conference takes place in Minneapolis, at the heart of one of the nation's largest medical device clusters.

Tarsus launches Additive Manufacturing Shows for vertical markets

The new events will incorporate 3D Printshow

Yaskawa Motoman Prepares for Continued Growth with New V.P. and Organizational Changes

Scott Jenkins has joined Yaskawa Motoman as Vice President of North American Sales & Marketing.

MIP Robotics Launches Its First Model of New Generation Industrial Robot "MIP Junior", Designed with Its Own Technology

After several years of R&D, MIP robots have a new gear reducer type suited for robotics, patented by the French start-up.

Mouser Electronics to Sponsor Texas Instruments Innovation Challenge Design Contest for University Engineering Students

The contest is currently underway. It will end at 11:59 p.m. (CST) on May 27, 2016.

Rethink Robotics and Sumitomo Announce Exclusive Distribution Partnership in Japan

Rethink Robotics' Sawyer Robot Now Available Throughout Japan

Intelligrated appoints Jon Tutuncu as senior director, commercial operations and strategy

Commercial operations veteran to lead data-driven optimization of sales, analysis and strategy

MIP Robotics Launches Its First Model of New Generation Industrial Robot "MIP Junior",

MIP robotics is a startup founded in 2015 and based on research conducted for many years. The company aims to provide accessible, industrial robots, especially for SMIs (small and medium industries). In other words, like 3D printing in recent years, MIP wants to democratize industrial robotics.

The robots can be used to automate repetitive, arduous or dangerous tasks; indeed it is possible to set the standard gripper arms: suction cup, hook, screwdriver, blade etc. Application examples are numerous: storing goods in cartons, checking the tightening torque, making the automated cutting, removing non-compliant products etc. MIP allows its customers to increase their productivity (and hence margins) in order to improve the quality or reduce the hardship. The investment can be made profitable in only 6 month.

The "Junior " is a robot called "SCARA" (that is to say a horizontal arm) operating on a range of 600mm and fixed on a vertical axis in a standard 400mm high. These dimensions can be adjusted on demand. Its speed reaches up to 250mm/s with an accuracy of 0.5mm and can move up to 5kg. Junior is also characterized by its ease of use: for instance you can teach the robot the movements to be carried out by manually moving the robotic arm. Finally, the robot stops in case of impact, enabling collaborative applications if all safety conditions are met. While prices often start around €20,000 on the market, Junior is available from €8000.  Full Press Release:

Electrical Slip Ring In The Application of Robotics

The rotating joint of robot has complicated structure and inconvenient installation, but we could adopt electrical slip ring to realize 360 degree with unlimited rotations freely in the robot, which through slip ring to transmit power and signal.

OMRON Releases New Models to Join Machine Automation Controller NJ101-series.

-New Models Connect to Database Directly and Accelerate Leveraging Big Data and IoT at Production Sites-

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