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TM Robotics (Americas) Inc

TM Robotics (Americas) Inc

TM Robotics, in partnership with Shibaura Machine, formerly known as Toshiba Machine until 1st April 2020, offers a comprehensive range of industrial robots ideally suited for high-precision assembly, machine loading/unloading and material-handling applications that can be dust proof, clean room, or IP65/67. The company's extensive product line starts with a Cartesian solution available in thousands of combinations from single actuators to four-axis solutions; six-axis solutions that can include precise vision-control; and a complete range of SCARAs from low cost to the industry-leading SCARA with 1200-mm reach that can carry up to 20 kgs. TM Robotics sells and services robots throughout Europe, the Middle East, India, Russia, and Africa, as well as North, Central, and South America, from headquarters in Hertfordshire, England and Elk Grove Village, IL, USA. For more information, visit www.tmrobotics.com or follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube.


Mailing Address:
755 Greenleaf Ave
Elk Grove Village, Il 60007
United States of America

Tel: 8477097308

Fax:

Email: info@tmrobotics.com

Website: http://tmrobotics.com

Company Category: Industrial Robotics

Geographic Region: USA - North East

Company Sector: Manufacturing

Keywords: SCARA Industrial Robots Cartesian Actuators robot

Partner Status: Marketing Partner


Products

TM Robotics - THE600 SCARA robot

TM Robotics - THE600 SCARA robot

Designed for assembly and inspection applications in the electronics equipment and automobile components industries, the THE600 SCARA is a powerful automation tool. Advancing from the specifications of the existing THE400 SCARA, the THE600 has been developed to meet growing demand for fast-cycle automation. The THE600 model includes improvements in synchronised control and tracking precision. The THE600 is compact in design and offers improved high speed, with 60 per cent higher payload capacity than competing SCARA models in the same price range, making it the price-to-performance leader. Affordable price, impressive performance.


Articles

Talking Automate 2022 with TM Robotics

Automate marks the US launch of Shibaura Machine’s latest robot models — the THE800 and THE1000. These high-performance robots have been designed to meet demand for fast paced assembly applications with higher loads.

Three Reasons to Robotize Soldering Operations

As electronics get smaller and manufacturers come under greater pressure to improve efficiency and throughput, the traditional hand soldering method is no longer up to scratch.

The Future of Robot Programming - Industrial Robot Programming Tool Supports All Phases of Automation

Self-sustainability means, of course, that the working systems between robots and humans can continue to function, and grow, into the future. Indeed, for manufacturers a key signifier of growth is acquiring more machines that also have more capabilities.

Making “cheddar” With Industrial Automation - Achieving 83 Per Cent Waste Reduction in Food Manufacturing

Ultrasonic uses energy from microscopic vibrations of a blade to pass easily through the material and offers a more effective solution for cutting cheese and other food products. When paired with automation, ultrasonic technology can deliver precise and accurate cutting.

Grasping Static Electricity for Revolutionary Robotics - Nike-backed Start-up Automates the Impossible

Following Grabit’s inception in 2013, Nike Inc. made an investment in the company and later became one of the first customers to buy its materials handling robot system, Stackit. Using Stackit, Nike can manufacture 600 pairs of shoes in just one eight-hour shift.

What OEMs Look for in the Perfect Robot Supplier

The World Robotics 2020 Industrial Robots report shows a record 2.7 million industrial robots are operating in factories around the world — and many of those are integrated into larger equipment.

SCARA Robots for fast-cycle automation in a Smart Factory Environment

As for the TS5000, its communication functions enable real-time data transmission between the robot and controller, allowing manufacturers to integrate the system into a smart factory environment.

Grasping Static Electricity for Revolutionary Robotics

Imagine if you could harness the same static cling to handle a material as fragile as an egg, as flimsy as soft fabric — or to assemble the uppers of Nike trainers at 20 times the pace of a human worker.

Good Things Come in Automated Packages

Precision soldering applications have long been dependant on manual processes, making it virtually impossible to provide consistent quality. Human error is always a risk with manual soldering.

Cobots Versus Industrial Robots

Buying a new robot is a considerable investment for any business owner. Collaborative robots have been widely marketed as a cheaper alternative to industrial robots, but what’s the catch?

Pick, Purchase and Program Your First Industrial Robot

Robots aren’t always given a favorable representation in pop culture. In Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), homicidal supercomputer HAL 9000 demonstrates how a robot could conspire against its human colleagues.

Automate for Accident Reduction

Box opening robots, while on a smaller scale, can eliminate the need for workers to handle blades. Unfortunately, box opening robots are not as common as the more traditional six-axis or SCARA robot models.

Who’s Winning the Robot Race?

Three-quarters of total robot sales are currently attributed to just five countries — China, the Republic of Korea, Japan, the United States and Germany.

Talking AUTOMATE 2017 with TM Robotics

TM Robotics will be announcing the newest 6-axis robot from Toshiba Machine. Customers are looking for light to medium duty robots to perform tasks, without breaking the bank.

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Press Releases

Shibaura Machine partners with SICK for robot demonstration

Automation technologies at the Assembly Show 2022

New SCARAs from Shibaura Machine offer higher speeds and double the payload

THE800 and THE1000 set new standards for Shibaura Machine SCARA robots

Flexible feeding for a smarter production line - Integrated feeding module can improve agility and operational efficiency

As an increasing number of industries embrace automation, vibratory feeders are becoming more widely used. They offer a quicker and more effective alternative to manual feeding, but can be inflexible and complex to incorporate into existing systems.

Double operating speed for new SCARA robots - New robot releases at Automate 2022

The THE800 and THE1000 robots are the latest additions to the Shibaura Machine SCARA range. The new models boast double the maximum operating speed compared to conventional alternatives, with an impressive 8,400mm per second and 9,500 mm per second joint speed respectively.

Automating the plastics industry

It is the task of robot manufacturers to better inform the marketplace that automation can enhance their productivity and efficiency, while remaining competitive. For the plastics and injection moulding market, investing in automation certainly doesn't automatically lead to the depletion of a human workforce. Instead, robots should be seen as a means to do more with the equipment plastics manufacturers currently have.

Expanding robot network : Uchimura Robotics has joined the TM Robotics distributor network

Expanding robot network fulfills demand for industrial machines

Advanced robot controller launches in US

~ TS5000 released by Toshiba Machine ~

TM Robotics - New distributor signings at Automate 2019

Toshiba Machine partner, TM Robotics, welcomed three new partners to its distributor network at Automate 2019. Production Components Inc (PCI), BlueBay Automation and Global Manufacturing Incorporated (GMI) officially signed distributor contracts at the show, which was held on April 8-11, 2019 at McCormick Place, Chicago.

Double-speed SCARA hits the US market

Toshiba Machine launches new robot at Automate 2019

Collaborative robot performance is lacking - distributors warn

Shockingly, 79 per cent of automation distributors do not believe their customers understand the safety requirements of installing a collaborative robot. That's according to the results of the Global Robotics Report.

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