What started out as a little tool and die shop has evolved to become an industry powerhouse in the design and building of low profile conveyor platforms.and 50 years later Dorner Mfg. is still going strong!
ATX 16 - igus Robotic Solutions and More on Display at the 2016 Pacific Design and Manufacturing Show
igus will showcase a wide range of solutions for robotic systems, design engineering, and more in booth 3889 at the upcoming show, running February 9-11th.
Now in its third year, the Automation Innovation (AI) Conferences will focus on real world implementations, covering everything from RPA, Cognitive Computing to Artificial Intelligence and its impact on labor and the outsourcing community.
Connected Warehouses Becoming the Norm to Support Fulfillment Requirements Across Multiple Channels, According to New VDC Research Report
Automation investments will enable end users supply chains to be nimble; present real-time data, analytics, and intelligence; and build a customer-centric experience.
ATX 2016 - 2016 Golden Mousetrap Awards Name Finalists in 16 Categories of Product Design and Manufacturing Excellence
Winners to be Announced February 9 during Awards Ceremony in Anaheim at America's Most Comprehensive Advanced Manufacturing Event
Rectangular DURAFLEX® suction cup is perfect for handling flow-packed bars of sweets.
Power Management, Conversion, and Supercapacitors: Mouser Electronics and Imahara Launch 2016 Power Series for Empowering Innovation Together
Global distributor Mouser Electronics introduces an exciting new Power Series for its popular Empowering Innovation Together(TM) Program with celebrity engineer and longtime customer Grant Imahara.
New High-Speed Piezo Z-Stage and Digital Controller Value Packages for Microscopy / Metrology, Released by PI
High performance is delivered at a lower cost.
Sensoray introduces its new Model 4011, a compact digital video recorder (DVR) designed for embedded OEM applications. It records audio and video (A/V) to USB storage media in MP4 format and captures JPEG images on-the-fly without interrupting A/V recording. The A/V outputs allow live video, recorded A/V, or JPEG snapshots to be displayed on a monitor.
In the age of Industry 4.0, "smart factories" are developing at an unprecedented rate. Nowadays, automated, networked and variable production lines are in high demand as companies aim to respond quickly and flexibly to ever shorter product life cycles.
Tekla S. Perry for IEEE Spectrum: Velo3D, based in Santa Clara, Calif., has $22.1 million in venture investment to do something in 3-D printing: That makes it fourth among 2015’s best-funded stealth-mode tech companies in the United States, according to CB Insights. This dollar number is about all the hard news that has come out of this startup, founded in 2014 by Benyamin Butler and Erel Milshtein. But job postings, talks at conferences, and other breadcrumbs left along Velo3D's development trail—has created a sketchy outline of this company’s plans. Consider which 3-D printing technology is ready for disruption: metal. 3-D printing of plastics took off after 2009, when a key patent that covered the deposition technology expired; we now have desktop printers for 3-D plastic objects as cheap as $350. Printing of metal objects—done regularly in industry, particularly aerospace—uses a different, and, to date, far more expensive technology: selective laser sintering. This technology melts metal powders into solid shapes; it requires high temperatures, and far more complicated equipment than what’s found in the layering sort of printers used for plastic. The patent for this technology expired in early 2014—just before the formation of Velo3D. At the time, industry experts indicated that there wouldn’t be cheap metal printers coming anytime soon, but rather, would only come after “a significant breakthrough on the materials side,” OpenSLS’s Andreas Bastian told GigaOm in 2014. Could Velo3D’s founders have that breakthrough figured out? Cont'd...
ABB introduces the IRBT 2005, a flexible and compact medium track motion platform for both robot and transfer applications
Designed to accommodate rapid product changes, the new track provides greater accuracy and up to 50% shorter cycle times.
Festo Showcases Advanced Automation Solutions for High Throughput Screening Laboratory Devices at SLAS 2016
Festo modular automation systems help laboratory equipment manufacturers lower engineering costs and bring products to market faster. (Festo SLAS Booth #537)(Festo AquaJellies - the bionic artificial jellyfish - also at SLAS)
The EGP from SCHUNK is the electric small part gripper with the most compact performance on the market. SCHUNK expanded the EGP series with a smaller size (25) which weighs 110g and has a stroke of 3 mm per finger.
Integrated Step Motors fuse step motor plus drive and control components into a single device. Integrated steppers offer a space-saving design that reduces wiring and saves on cost over separate motor and drive components.
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Industrial Robotics - Featured Product
The industry's first comprehensive Robot Integrator Program saves robot integrators significant time and cost investments by allowing them to mark each cell compliant with ANSI/RIA R15.06 with the TUV Rheinland Mark. As opposed to a traditional certification or an on-site field labeling, TÜV Rheinland's Robot Integrator Program certifies the knowledge and skill-set of robot integrators in addition to testing robotic cells and processes against ANSI/RIA R15.06. This reduces the need for frequent onsite or off site testing and allows manufacturers to apply a single TÜV Rheinland label to multiple cells. The Robot Integrator Program individually assesses a robot integrator's understanding of the ANSI/RIA R15.06 standard along with the ability to consistently produce compliant robot cells. Following the requirements and procedures of the new program will enable robot integrators to produce individually compliant robotic cells under one serialized TÜV Rheinland Mark, which meets the national electric code and allows acceptance by Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) and end users.