A feature of Nippon Pulse's popular and reliable stepper motors, which we have been manufacturing since 1960, is the ability to add reduction gearheads. These gearheads have a wide range of ratios, from 1/400 to 6/25. In all, there are over 20 different gear ratios to choose from, depending on the motor size.
The new HPF Precision Hollow Shaft Planetary Gear from Harmonic Drive® was designed based on the popular HPG Harmonic Planetary® gearhead. The large coaxial hollow shaft allows cables, shafts, ball screws or lasers to pass directly through the axis of rotation. The HPF also incorporates a large output flange for mounting the driven load.
The Poppy Project : OPEN SOURCE Both software and hardware are available under an open source licence for academics, artists and geeks. EASY TO REPAIR AND DUPLICATE Poppy only uses off-the-shelf components (motors and electronics) and limbs that can be printed with regular 3D printing services. OPTIMIZED FOR BIPED LOCOMOTION Poppy’s body has a morphology modeling human skeleton: bended legs, multi-articulated trunk, soft body. This increases robustness, agility and stability during the walking. AFFORDABLE The overall materials needed to build your own Poppy robot costs around 7500€ ($10500, including motors, electronics and 3D printed parts). We hope the community will find ways to build and use even cheaper solutions.
The HSP and HWS handling modules are well suited for systems ranging from simple, single station lab solutions to high speed, high volume work cells.
Festo Showcases at Process Expo 2013 Automation Solutions Ranging from Simple Polypropylene Fittings
Festo pneumatic and electric actuation and control components and systems are designed to improve the overall productivity, flexibility, and performance of automated systems. (Festo Booth #2572)
Forge joins an elite, international group of robotics solutions receiving Gamer Changer distinction at RoboBusiness 2013.
Users often select drive technology - pneumatic or electric - over hastily and on the basis of experience alone. In order to identify the most energy-efficient automation solution, however, a technology-neutral comparison is required. This is exactly the approach that Festo takes to achieve the most efficient mechatronic solutions for its customers.
Rethink Robotics also announces the launch of an updated and custom-designed online user forum
AeroVironment Unveils Four-Ounce Pocket DDL Secure Video and Data Receiver for Remote Access to Aerial Networks
Provides remote access to video and data from Digital Data Link (DDL) - enabled aircraft ----- USB interface offers easy integration with Android, iOS and Windows devices
AeroVironment and Eurocopter to Evaluate Potential Joint Opportunities for Expanding their Product Portfolios, Markets and Capabilities
Companies to explore creating new capabilities, expanding into new markets -----Combining expertise and skills to meet future needs of respective customers
Fisnar Europe has just announced the launch of a new multi-tasking robot model F9960N and will be showcasing it this November at Europe's leading trade fair for electronic production.
The new version has better stability and navigation systems
DARPA's ORCHID program demonstrates squeezed light in a chip scale MEMs architecture
Engineered Machined Products Competes Globally with the Help of High-Tech FANUC Robots and Automation
A new YouTube video highlighting Engineered Machined Products
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