The new manual BSWS-M system only requires the push of a button to mechanically unlock the top jaw and pull away from the gripper. Attaching a new jaw and connecting it with the gripper is also just as easy.
Harpak-ULMA Joins FANUC America's Authorized System Integrator Network - Plans to Showcase Robotic Automation in Customer Experience Centers
CXEs bring powerful automation and software technologies to life for customers
Basler's product portfolio for CXP-12 applications combines the advantages of the CoaXPress 2.0 camera interface with a wide range of suitable vision components. Users benefit from multi-channel CXP-12 cameras and interface cards with pylon as a common SDK, as well as lean vision systems, and the ability to build multi-camera systems flexibly and cost-effectively. Optimization of the hardware components used and the software tools lead to reduced system costs and support simplified implementation.
GAM announces the release of the new GCL cycloidal gearboxes. The new gearboxes provide high precision and rigidity for horizontal and vertical robotic and motion control applications. The GCL is designed to withstand the frequent start-stop impact loads of industrial robots and other motion control applications with impact resistance five times nominal torque. The GCL series is available in a wide range of sizes with ratios from 36:1 to 192:1.
Wexxar Bel integrates its Flex E Pack system with Shuttleworth's product delivery technology to create a fully functional packing cell in booth C-3031.
Leader in Warehouse Automation Accelerates Expansion of Product Offerings and Innovation to Serve New Use Cases in the Global Warehouse Robotics Automation Industry
As labor issues persist, Universal Robots, the pioneering leader of collaborative robotics, will show PACK EXPO attendees automated solutions for hard-to-staff tasks such as box erecting and palletizing. Powering many of these applications is the company's most popular cobot, the UR10e, now able to lift 25% more.
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With this relationship, Hemetek is distributing Pleora's new AI solutions to help ensure end-to-end product quality for manufacturers and brand owners in the region.
Out of the box, SLAMcore now provides ROS 2 users with significant benefits including: • Enhanced SLAM efficiency for better memory and processor utilization - providing accurate, real-time position (in 6 degrees of freedom) running locally on minimal compute/memory - freeing compute/memory for product capabilities. • Full 3D mapping and path planning - offering accurate, dense, 3D voxel-based maps for accurate maps of the robot's surroundings for navigation purposes. • Potential for semantic object maps - providing access to future SLAMcore capabilities including semantic object identification and labelling within maps.
KUKA Robotics has launched KUKA.Sim 4.0, a major enhancement of its modular digital simulation software package. This latest version facilitates accurate planning, programming, safety configuration and more through digital twins of the automation processes.
New funding will enable further world-wide expansion into new markets and support fast-growing customer and partner network
New round of funding will boost deployments of AI-powered sorting robots to supply chain customers
By replacing torch-based brazing with induction brazing, the customer would not only achieve a time- and energy-efficient brazing process and increased productivity; he would ensure a process that is safe both for the operator and the environment, due to the lack of open flame and noxious emissions.
Bot-Hive and iungo Solutions combine forces to help companies plan for automation in pandemic recovery period
The strategic partnership will combine leading automation consultancy and delivery solutions with a focus on accessible Industry 4.0 technologies, organisational change and staff up-skilling.
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The ST Robotics Workspace Sentry robot and area safety system are based on a small module that sends an infrared beam across the workspace. If the user puts his hand (or any other object) in the workspace, the robot stops using programmable emergency deceleration. Each module has three beams at different angles and the distance a beam reaches is adjustable. Two or more modules can be daisy chained to watch a wider area. "A robot that is tuned to stop on impact may not be safe. Robots where the trip torque can be set at low thresholds are too slow for any practical industrial application. The best system is where the work area has proximity detectors so the robot stops before impact and that is the approach ST Robotics has taken," states President and CEO of ST Robotics David Sands.