Robotics, Machine Vision, and Motion Control Segments at Highest Levels of Growth Ever
Schmalz Inc. will showcase its portfolio of innovative vacuum handling solutions at the composites and advanced material Expo CAMX 2017 in Orlando, Florida. One of the highlights at booth A52 includes the Schmalz Needle Gripper (SNG-M) for handling composite textiles and preforms. This needle gripper is specifically designed to handle highly permeable workpieces.
The IEC 61850 for utility automation is the international standard to regulate a unified and standardized communication protocol for electrical substation and power grid automation.
Mouser Electronics, Inc., the industry's leading New Product Introduction (NPI) distributor with the widest selection of semiconductors and electronic components, has been named Distributor of the Year at the 2017 Elektra Awards.
• Skypod Robots move 4 times faster, 5 times higher than current industry standard • System handles twice the number of picks per hour • Skypod Robots deployed at Cdiscount warehouse
Logic Supply's new ML100G-31 brings 7th gen. Kaby Lake processing to pocket-sized computing
Leader in Autonomous Mobile Robots for Warehouse and Logistics Industries to Use Funding to Meet Growing Customer Demand
Several different versions of the high-torque, brushless EC-i motors from maxon motor are now available in small diameters. They are perfect for hand-held devices and robotic applications.
GreyOrange(TM) launches next-gen AI, GreyMatter(TM), for robotics warehouse automation at new logistics center of Nitori, Japan's largest home furnishing chain
The GreyOrange goods-to-person robotics system at the Osaka warehouse of 160,000 square metres is one of the largest Butler sites in the world. It has been designed to handle automated inventory storage (putaway) and picking using self-navigating robots to bring mobile shelves of inventory to the operator to accelerate putaway and order fulfilment.
Offline Programming Software is Single Solution for Robotic Hammer Peening of Automotive Stamping Dies
Daimler wanted to develop a hammer peening process for polishing the stamping dies used to manufacture body panels for Mercedes-Benz cars. A robot was essential to the process. Little did the automaker know how difficult it would be to program a robot to handle the millions of toolpath calculations required for this intensive process. Conventional software tools were not up to the task. A three-year collaboration between Daimler and Robotmaster resulted in a robust software solution that not only made the programming for these large, complex dies easy and error-free, it reduced offline programming time by 70 percent. Once they had a foolproof solution for hammer peening, Daimler broadened their sights to other robotic processes. Laser hardening, laser cladding, and induction hardening also proved to be a great match with Robotmaster's single software solution.
Dorner's newly revamped website features a more modern, user-friendly interface for better functionality and customer support.
FANUC's new SCARA robots feature high-speed, precise operation for pick and place, assembly, testing/inspection and packaging processes in a wide range of industries including consumer electronics, auto component, plastics, food and beverage, lab automation, appliances and medical device manufacturing. A compact, lightweight design provides significant space savings.
NVIDIA's Deep Learning Institute is now working with the online learning provider to deliver a four-month program that will immerse students in the field of robotics, giving them career-ready skills.
The unprecedented, ultra-high power density drives deliver over 10,000w of qualitative power to match the most demanding smart applications
Are you still manually programming your robot? Why not fully automate like Focus Auto Design Inc. based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
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