KUKA Robot Helps Fabricate Wooden Pavilion Inspired by the Sea Urchin

With the help of a KUKA robot, a research project at the University of Stuttgart gave rise to a wooden pavilion that is characterized by its particular capabilities and efficient use of resources. The unusual pavilion can be visited at the State Garden Festival in Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany until 12 October.

ATI Industrial Automation's 8th Annual Technology Fair Scheduled for August 21st, 2014

. ATI will provide cost-effective solutions to the most challenging applications which will increase robot productivity and surpass your automation needs.

Squad X Infrastructure Study Seeks Innovative Ways to Improve Dismounted Squads' Tactical Advantage

DARPA invites white papers designed to help define the state of the art and future research directions

BugJuggler: Project to build 70ft tall robot that juggles cars

Project Overview: BugJuggler will use a diesel engine to generate hydraulic pressure. An operator located in the robot’s head will be able to control its motions using a haptic feedback interface connected to high-speed servo valves. Hydraulic accumulators - essentially storage batteries for hydraulic fluid - will allow for the rapid movement required for the robot to juggle cars or other large, heavy objects.  The first stage of the BugJuggler project will be construction of a working 8ft tall single arm proof-of-principle juggler able to toss and catch a 250lb mass... ( cont'd )

Spectra-Physics® Launches High Energy, One-Box Ultrafast Amplifiers

• New Solstice Ace delivers industry-leading >6 mJ energy, >7 W power with ultrashort <35 fs pulses

S2C ProtoBridge™ AXI Expands FPGA-Based Prototype Usage

Acceleration of virtual prototype development, RTL verification and SoC software validation

Australian startup Hardcotton launches world first for 3D printing

Elemental - The worlds first pressure controlled 3D printer

Microscan Demonstrates New Embedded OEM Solutions for Clinical Lab Automation at AACC Clinical Lab Expo 2014

Dedicated clinical lab automation experts meet visitors of the AACC Clinical Lab Expo 2014 at Microscan booth #2652 to give live demos of ultra-compact barcode readers and machine vision cameras.

EXACT Dispensing Systems is Pleased to Announce the Immediate Release for Sale of the NEW "BeadMaster" Precision Bead Dispensing System for One or Two Component Adhesives

"BeadMaster" Precision Bead Dispensing Systems are designed to be integral parts of custom fabricated adhesive bead dispensing systems for industrial applications. These Servo Driven incrematic meters control volume amounts and dispense rates for precision bead dispensing applications of either one component or two component reactive materials

Superior-PHS Dominates With Fastest Selling Startup Line of Friction Feeders

A Comprehensive Line of Feeding Technology at the Lowest Price on the Market

Microscan Introduces the World's Smallest Machine Vision Smart Camera with Embedded Ethernet

Microscan announces the availability of the Vision MINI Xi industrial compact smart camera with embedded Ethernet. As part of Microscan's AutoVISION® machine vision product suite, this tiny powerhouse is packed with features for close-range industrial auto ID, inspection, and other machine vision applications.

Intel's 3-D Printed Robot "Jimmy"

From Wired: Intel describes Jimmy as a research robot, but a less sophisticated version of the adorable droid will go on sale later this year for $1,600. The caveat is that you will have to 3D print your Jimmy. The 3D printing blueprints will be available without charge, but to construct the robot you will also need to purchase a kit from Intel that will contain all the parts of Jimmy that aren't printable, including motors and an Intel Edison processor.. ( cont'd )

Quantum Materials Secures Uncloneable Anti-Counterfeiting 3D Printing Technology

Patented Additive Manufacturing Process Embeds Quantum Dots for Uncopyable Identification

Optimized processes through high-speed video with long-time recording

The MotionBLITZ LTR product family optimizes processes

Stratasys Hitting the Road with "3DRV" Tour of the United States

Eight-Month Road show Will Explore how 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing are Changing the Way Things are Designed and Manufactured ----3DRV Visiting Stratasys Headquarters in Minneapolis on Monday, June 30

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