ATW Companies, a leading provider of custom manufactured metal components and services, announcesthat Greg Goto, senior project engineer of ATW'sParmatech Corporationsubsidiary, will be presenting "Process Re-Qualification of MIM-420 Stainless Steel from Changes in Powder Supply,"at MIM2012
VIA COMe-8X92 and QSM-8Q90 modules allow for rapid development and application-specific customization
SCHUNK, the competence leader for clamping technology and gripping systems, has enlarged its module program for machine self-service: Following the finger gripper, vacuum, cleaning, and compensation modules, the GSW-M magnetic gripper is also equipped with a 20 mm shank interface, which clamps in a conventional toolholder, and is also connected with the machine spindle
C&E Sales to introduce LMI Technologies' revolutionary Gocator technology to Midwestern US manufacturers looking to improve their factory automation processes
New StĂ¤ubli TP80 Fast Picker: The Next Generation of High Speed Pickers - Setting New Benchmarks for "Pick and Place" Applications
StĂ¤ubli Robotics is introducing the TP80 fast picker, a new series of high-speed pickers that deliver greater speeds, up to 200 picks per minute, and more flexibility at a lower cost to the packaging market.
StĂ¤ubli Robotics has released its newest line of robotics control software: VALproducts. A modular suite of unique, application-specific tools, VALproducts includes VALhsm, VALplast, VALtending and PaintiXen software.
A leader in counterterrorism training for military and law enforcement collaborates with top robotics manufacturer to offer field teams a robotic arm with near-human dexterity
Teams from U.S., Mexico, Canada and Turkey to Participate in Boston's Largest Student Robotics Competition
Over 1000 students will compete at Boston University's Agganis Arena for honors that recognize robot design excellence, competitive play and sportsmanship
Gstarsoft and its distributors in south-east Asia have mutual benefits from their strategic partnership.
The all-cash deal for closely held Kiva will close in the second quarter, Seattle-based Amazon said today in a statement. Kiva’s orange robots, which can slide under shelves and bins of products, are used by Quidsi Inc. -- the company behind Soap.com and Diapers.com that Amazon acquired for about $545 million last year. Kiva, whose headquarters will remain in North Reading, Massachusetts, will help Amazon make shipping more efficient, the company said. “Amazon has long used automation in its fulfillment centers, and Kiva’s technology is another way to improve productivity by bringing the products directly to employees to pick, pack and stow,” Dave Clark, vice president of global customer fulfillment at Amazon, said in the statement. Bloomberg has the entire financial details here.
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Kiva Systems' headquarters will remain in North Reading, Massachusetts
Precision MicroDynamics has Announced Today the Availability of Polaris, the World's Fastest Motion Control System, to Machine Builders Everywhere
Precision MicroDynamics, Inc., a leading manufacturer of high performance motion control systems and components, has announced today the availability of Polarisâ„˘ to machine builders everywhere. This new system consists of a controller, amplifiers, and an ultra-fast real-time communication network for distributed motion control. Software includes general motion control, computer numerical control (CNC), machine setup, tuning, and programming tools.
Summit Lawn Mower Company is introducing remote control lawn mowers designed to increase productivity and safety on steep hills. The heavy duty track drive design combined with a low center of gravity allows these mowers to navigate on slopes too steep for conventional power equipment.
Australia's top conveyor provider, RobotUnits has created a new ID labeling and identification system which features a unique serial number for reference, to better cater to their customers' conveyors' maintenance needs.
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