The Rise of Robot Machining: Unleashing the Future of Manufacturing

The integration of robotic technology into machining has been a game-changer for some manufacturers. No longer constrained by workspace size and CNC machine cost, there is almost no limit to the possibilities of robot machining.

Latest Columbus State, U.S. Army collaboration to help train future robotics workforce

Using the building on Fort Moore will allow Columbus State the room for students to test and fly ground and air robotic systems-more commonly referred to as drones-in a GPS-denied environment. The additional space also will allow students and faculty to test and gain experience operating a 16-camera motion-capture and 3D tracking system worth $75,000.

New partnership proving high variability no obstacle to rapid automation

A new partnership between an industrial parts manufacturer and a VR robotics company is proving that high levels of variability are no obstacle to achieving rapid automation of production.

PBC Linear Expands MTB Series Product Line With The MTB 105 High-Speed Belt-Driven Linear Actuator

Engineered with precision and versatility in mind, the MTB 105 is specifically designed to integrate into multi-axis medium- to large-sized Cartesian Gantry systems, providing robust support for medium to high payloads.

Orbbec Gemini 330 Series Stereo Vision Cameras Integrated with NVIDIA Isaac Robotics Platform

Gemini 330 cameras with built-in depth processing deliver high-precision Depth + RGB vision for NVIDIA Isaac Perceptor AI-based perception workflow for autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) in indoor and outdoor environments.

NVIDIA Robotics Adopted by Industry Leaders for Development of Tens of Millions of AI-Powered Autonomous Machines

BYD Electronics, Siemens, Teradyne Robotics and Intrinsic, an Alphabet Company, Using NVIDIA Isaac Robotics Platform for Autonomous Robot Arms, Humanoids, Mobile Robots

IBIS Electro-Products Corp. expands its inductive ring sensor line up

Explore the new AECO SIA series inductive ring sensors from IBIS Electro-Products Corp.

Navigating the World of Cartesian Robots: Essential Tips for Selecting the Ideal Automation Tool

With so many options available, choosing the ideal cartesian system for a specific application can feel daunting. In this article, explore 5 key considerations for simplifying the decision process when selecting the correct cartesian robot.

Omron Announces PLC Paramedics as Their First Automation System Support System Integrator

Omron Collaborates with PLC Paramedics, Offering Expert Automation System Support, Programming, Upgrades, and Troubleshooting Services

Robotics Applications in Manufacturing and the Sensors Used for Maximum Efficiency

Autonomous industrial robots can increase production volumes exponentially, yielding high profits. The International Trade Administration has reported that increasing robot density by a small 1% among all industries can improve productivity by 0.8%.

Bota Systems unveils ultra-lightweight through-hole force-torque sensor for robotics applications

Bota Systems, today launched the PixONE, a cutting-edge through-hole sensor that integrates high-performance electronics within a compact, ultra-lightweight design.

Bota Systems' new force torque sensor triples sensitivity of small payload cobots

Bota Systems, a pioneer in multi-axis force torque sensors, has launched the SensONE T5, a high sensitivity version of its SensONE sensor.

Bota Systems joins Universal Robotics UR+ ecosystem to simplify integration of force-torque sensors

Bota Systems, a pioneer in multi-axis force-torque sensors, announces its new Universal Robot FT Sensor Kit, a highly sensitive six-axis force-torque sensor that is certified by Universal Robots (UR) for use with their collaborative robots, including their newest UR20 model.

Wafer Stages for Thin Film Metrology and Glass Substrate Inspection

Configurable, granite-based wafer-stage sub-system, new from PI.

Global cobot market exceeds $1bn in 2023, with strong growth forecast 2024-28

• Global collaborative robots (cobot) market revenue exceeded $1bn in 2023, despite lower than expected growth • There has been a clear shift from individual to holistic solutions • Market demand for cobots recovered more slowly than anticipated, but revenues are expected to grow at >20% between 2024-28

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Schmalz Technology Development - The Right Gripper for Every Task

Schmalz Technology Development - The Right Gripper for Every Task

In order to interact with their environment and perform the tasks, lightweight robots, like all industrial robots, depend on tools - and in many cases these are vacuum grippers. These form the interface to the workpiece and are therefore a decisive part of the overall system. With their help, the robots can pick up, move, position, process, sort, stack and deposit a wide variety of goods and components. Vacuum gripping systems allow particularly gentle handling of workpieces, a compact and space-saving system design and gripping from above. Precisely because the object does not have to be gripped, the vacuum suction cupenables gapless positioning next to each other.