Booth #7532 - IPR will be exhibiting the IP-150, one of the many different rail types that IPR offers to its customers. The work radius of IPR's 7th axes rails is easy to describe: endless.
Booth #8520 - In the OCTOPUZ booth, visitors will be able to see a Motoman MH5L performing a weld tracing operation on an automotive rim as well as a KUKA KR6 R700 deburring a helmet both programmed and simulated within OCTOPUZ.
There are over 450 exhibitors showcasing the latest innovations in robotic, vision and motion control automation technologies. If you want to see your business grow with the times, Automate is the show to attend.
Booth #5095 - In the Factory Harmony exhibit, OMRON pick and place automation demonstrates the potential for machines to manage fine detail work with speed and accuracy.
Booth #5014 - The next generation of AquaGard 7350 Conveyors feature an improved frame design, nose bar transfer options and the industry's safest and most robust curve modular chain.
Booth #4211 - Vendors will want to stop by to see Epson Force Guidance technology, the T6 SCARA Robot Dispense Demonstration, and the LS3 Force Feeder Demonstration.
Booth #4605 - We're very excited to show the ATX audience three new UR cobot-assisted applications developed by our partners
Booth #4139 - DENSO's newest 6 axis robot, Cobotta, we have targeted the marketing of small, delicate parts handling, with the selection of both an industrial mode of operation, as well as, a collaborative mode of operation.
Booth #4481 (co-exhibiting with Futura Automation) - Gecko Gripper, that uses millions of micro-scaled fibrillar stalks that adhere to a surface using powerful van der Waals forces - the same way that geckos climb.
Booth #4311 - The single-arm YuMi provides manufacturers of all sizes added flexibility and scalability to meet the challenges of high-mix, low-volume production in shorter cycles.
Booth #4411 - We are showcasing our newest Manual Tool Changer, Force/Torque Sensor, and Universal Compliance Compensator models in a live robotic demonstration! These solutions are ideal for use in collaborative robot applications.
ASU's Southwest Robotics Symposium previews the new technology guiding the next wave of human-robot interaction
"We can rely on the brain of the human and the muscles, eyes and sense of touch of the robot in places where humans cannot, or should not, be," said Khatib. "For example, we will be able to safely repair underwater structures
Booth #4220 - We will be showing our HRC-03 grippers for collaborative robotic applications, also our new aluminum guided variant of our very successful 5000 series grippers.
Booth #703 - Cobot Pump, NEW vacuum generator that does not need compressed air, Cobot Gripper, employee and environment safe collaborative gripper and more
What's really encouraging is the expanded use by small and medium sized companies who are just beginning to automate as a result of their interest in using automation to become stronger global competitors.
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