IMTS 2022 takes place September 12th - 17th in Chicago, Illinois. The Exhibit hall floor will be loaded with new products and services. Here is a preview of some things to look forward to at this years event.
Universal Robots' New UR20 Collaborative Robot Makes U.S. Debut at IMTS 2022, Expanding Cobot Automation in Machining Industry
Attendees at North America's leading machine tool show will experience how the all-new collaborative, industrial cobot delivers the longest reach and payload in its class, offering the ability to automate even more hard-to-staff tasks in a market struggling to hire.
Newly released Robotmaster 2023 bridges the gap between CAD/CAM and robotics by enabling seamless integration between a user's chosen CAD/CAM software and Robotmaster. This integration eliminates the need to import and sync data, for a 75 percent reduction in programming time.
Development and prototyping within shorter time frames CUSTOMER-SPECIFIC MAGNETS FOR THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY
Finding the right magnet for an electric motor, actuator or sensor can be a difficult and time-consuming process for automotive suppliers. In addition to supplying magnetic components and assemblies, Goudsmit Magnetics based in Waalre, also offer services that speed up the time-to-market for automotive manufacturers. At the IZB in Wolfsburg (Stand 6-6314) the company will demonstrate its knowledge of magnetic calculations, FEM calculations and 3D simulations that contribute to the development of a magnet or assembly that not only meets all requirements but, even before the prototyping phase, provides certainty about the correct operation.
Latest advancements showcase the key to high productivity for the manufacturing industry, such as motion control for laser machining and 3D printing, linear motor stages, and hexapods for 6-axis metrology, in the PI booth at IMTS in Chicago, IL, starting September 12, 2022.
Selecting an automated solution based on an understanding of how that solution benefits a customer's business operations, with accurate simulations and modeling, will lay the foundation for success.
Previously, communication with the IO-Link end effectors on robots required external wiring, cable installation accessories and a wired controller. This wiring is costly as well as being time- and maintenance-intensive. In addition, cables restrict the freedom of movement and flexibility of the robot arm, increase the weight of the arm and thus reduce the gripping accuracy and speed. A key component that had been missing in robotics to date was a wireless, highly available communication solution designed for this automation segment.
Image Science is a manufacturer and designer of varying optical test equipment. All of this is for assessing the quality level of both infrared and visible lenses.
Enables cage-free human interaction with industrial robots so manufacturers can ensure automation safety without curtailing productivity
As the existing robotic automation could only handle boxes of consistent size and with certain conditions, there was a limit to realize full automation in reality. It stems from the fact that the robot could not take boxes of irregular sizes.
The use of robotic platforms is spreading to more and more sectors. Among the most popular environments are manufacturing or warehouses, but Robotnik's experience in numerous R&D projects shows that nowadays the use of a robotic platform is not limited to a factory, and its applications go far beyond the transport of goods.
What is the connection of 5G and robotics? How can mobile robotics boost the inspection and maintenance area? How is 5G facilitating this boost? On 30 and 31 May, Valencia hosted one of the most important events for the 5G industry: V5G DAYS. The theme chosen for this second edition is "5G driving digitalisation".
Hypertherm Associates bridges the gap between CAD/CAM and robotics with major update of its Robotmaster offline programming software
Robotmaster 2023 bridges the gap between CAD/CAM and robotics by enabling seamless integration between a user's chosen CAD/CAM software and Robotmaster. This automatic integration eliminates the need to import and sync data for a 75 percent reduction in programming time. It also eliminates the programming errors that can happen when using a manual process.
Association for Advancing Automation latest stats show the most robots sold in any quarter; automotive industry returns to historic norms, while food & consumer goods continues interest in automation to handle e-commerce logistics boom
Every business should understand the international standards for commercial robotics and the key organizations and global markets related to them. Companies in every industry worldwide are currently reaping the benefits of automation.
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Industrial Robotics - Featured Product
Simpler, stronger, and more precise. ATI Industrial Automation has developed a series of Manual Tool Changers that provides a cost-effective solution for quickly changing tools by hand. They feature a unique design that combines high strength, excellent repeatability, and a patent-pending screw-cam locking mechanism with multiple fail-safe features, which resists vibration and prevents loosening. These robust and compact Manual Tool Changers can handle payloads up to 80 pounds (36 kg) and pass pneumatics and electrical signals.