FABTECH 2015 will be held from November 9th - 12th in Chicago, Illinois. This RoboticsTomorrow.com Special Tradeshow report aims to bring you news, articles and products from this years event.
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology Show is Shaping the Future of the Industry
Keynote speakers, panel participants to offer insight on additive manufacturing, security risks, innovation and more
FABTECH - Eisele Connectors to Showcase New Solutions for the North American Manufacturing Industry at 2015 FABTECH Show
2015 FABTECH show Chicago from Nov. 9-12
The award winning companies were honored for achievements in the categories of Special Recognition, Outstanding Value, Performance Excellence and Supplier of the Year.
Featuring excellent optical design and an advanced electronic design
FABTECH - ABB to feature a range of advanced technology robotic welding demos for fabricators of all sizes at FABTECH 2015
Demos include a compact welding robot, a three robot welding system with 20 axes of coordinated motion, a TIP-TIG production welding cell and YuMi, ABB's new dual arm collaborative robot
Floating on a cushion of air with an overall height of only 38mm, the new mini A-141 air bearing stage is one of the smallest on the market.
By Evan Ackerman for IEEE Spectrum: The best and worst part of the DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals waswatching all of those huge expensive humanoids topple over in a series of epic faceplants. Faceplants are called faceplants because you’re planting your face into the ground as a means of breaking your fall, which usually also breaks your face, among other things. This tends to happen when you’re unprepared for falling, which with most robots, is 100 percent of the time. Now researchers at Georgia Tech want to teach humanoid robots to fall more safely with techniques adapted from judo, which might protect them enough to actually be able to get up again. Falling safely (or, as safely as you can), assuming that you have very little control over the nature of your fall, is all about controlling exactly when and how your body crashes down. During a fall, your body is busy converting potential energy to kinetic energy, all of which has to go somewhere when you hit the ground. If your face hits the ground first, then that’s where all the energy goes at once, but if you can manage to contact the ground with a bunch of different parts of your body at different times on the way down, the energy will be spread out. Ideally, the energy gets spread out to the point where each individual impact doesn’t do enough damage to hurt you in a permanent sort of way. Cont'd...
Thomson Industries, Inc., a leading manufacturer of mechanical motion control solutions, has released a new educational video for design engineers, which provides step-by-step instructions on how to properly lubricate linear bearings and guides. The video is the latest in an ongoing series of multimedia content from Thomson intended to maximize performance, reduce lifecycle costs and extend the life of high precision linear motion technology.
Rethink Robotics Branches into Latin America with New Distribution Partners in Mexico
The SCHUNK EGL 70 mechatronic parallel gripper combines power and intelligence.
SMARTTECH will launch their new product on 16th Ocotober on Warsaw
NEXCOM's open EtherCAT robot package aims to grant robotics lab students and engineers freedom to develop and utilize their own control algorithm into best practice. The NexROBO Edu package helps build robot control with high command accuracy, fast throughput, collective feedback, and I/O expandability.
Machine-Pro Products was started in 2003 by Nick & Randy Balster as a DIN rail company with a goal to supply the highest quality DIN rail at the lowest possible price.
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Industrial Robotics - Featured Product
ATI Industrial Automation's MC-10 Manual Tool Changer provides a cost-effective solution for quickly changing tools by hand. Its compact yet robust design is optimized for collaborative robot applications. The ergonomic twist-collar locking mechanism ensures a secure attachment of the tool and easy manual operation with tactile feedback. This Manual Tool Changer can carry payloads of up to 22 lbs and includes multiple fail-safe features that resist vibration and prevent loosening. The MC-10 Manual Tool Changer has integrated air pass-through connections and options to connect electrical utilities if needed. ATI will feature the new MC-10 along with a variety of other robotic demonstrations and product displays at this year's IMTS show in Chicago (Booth #236417).