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Friction Stir Welding: A Sustainable Solution

POSTED: 01/25/2016

In the automotive industry where fuel economy rules, the mass of a car is an important factor when making a purchase. It takes more fuel and energy to move a heavier vehicle, so new technologies are continually being developed in order to reduce energy and fuel consumption. Now, with the

Automation Reduces Energy Usage for Brewery

POSTED: 01/08/2016

The Customer’s Challenge A major North American brewery required JMP’s assistance on a project that was part of an overall strategy for reducing energy usage. The client operated eight compressors in the powerhouse. Five of the compressors were Vilter compressors previously provided with direct PLC control (on-off with priority and sequencing). The

JMP's Automation Solution Delivers Plastic Bags in Only Four Seconds

POSTED: 12/28/2015

The Challenge Struggling to meet the demand for their product, our client, a paper and plastic bag fabricator, turned to JMP for help. The manual system they had in place was labour intensive and ergonomically challenging for the workers, and cost too much. The JMP Approach JMP created a material handling

University of Sheffield’s Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) Using Robotmaster to Help Students’ Racing Team

POSTED: 07/16/2015

The University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre

Delcam Offers Weta Workshop Fantastic Software for Fantastic Projects

POSTED: 06/17/2015

Many users of Delcam software claim to be able to produce anything that their customers’ need. However, very few face customers with projects as imaginative, or as demanding, as design and effects company, Weta Workshop. Weta Workshop is a five times Oscar-winning company that operates out of Wellington, New Zealand.  Best

Delcam’s 35,000th Customer Uses Robots for Composite Machining

POSTED: 06/17/2015

Delcam is pleased to announce that Southern Spars, a New Zealand-based company specialising in the design and construction of spars and rigging for high-performance yachts, has recently become the 35,000th customer to purchase its CADCAM software.  Southern Spars has acquired Delcam’s PowerMILL CAM system to program robots for the finish machining

Delcam Software Used for Sculpting by Robot

POSTED: 06/17/2015

Garner Holt Productions of San Bernardino, California, is the world’s largest manufacturer of animatronics, special effects and show action equipment for theme parks, restaurants and other public places all over the globe.  In the past, it took an army of designers and sculptors months to produce some of the incredible

Delcam Helps CNC Polystyrene to Make its Customers Smile

POSTED: 06/17/2015

"With Delcam’s PowerMILL Robot, we make some fantastic stuff,” claims Derek Gibb, Production Manager at CNC Polystyrene.  "It’s always nice to see the smile on the customer’s face.”  To see some examples, please go to www.delcam.tv/cnc-polystyrene. CNC Polystyrene makes large-scale models for scenery, in-store displays and special events, in lots of

Engineering Students Get Top Marks for Robot Milling with Delcam’s PowerMILL Robot

POSTED: 06/17/2015

Five students in mechanical engineering from Aalborg University’s Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering (AAU M-TECH) have received top marks for their BSc project.  The students developed a prototype of a robot-based milling solution, built on Delcam’s PowerMILL Robot programming system, for concrete company BC Industry from the nearby town

Custom-Engineered EOAT and Degating System Puts Pr

POSTED: 03/19/2014

How SAS Automation helped an automotive parts leader automate a complicated degating process and increase productivity with a specially designed end-of-arm tooling (EOAT) system. The Client Delphi is one of the world’s leading suppliers of electronics, parts, and technologies for the consumer and commercial segments of the automotive

Case Study - Manufacturing, Robotics, Material Handling

POSTED: 11/19/2013

Tech-Con Automation develops robotic rack transfer system utilizing FANUC robots to provide fully automated production. A globally diversified automotive supplier was in need of adding a system to their production line that would increase overall productivity. The purpose of this system was to provide automated component rack

Tech-Con Automation Recently Implemented the Most Recent Version of INDUSTRIOS

POSTED: 09/23/2013

“Not only did we buy a software solution, but we purchased the expertise of the people from INDUSTRIOS and their implementation team. They’ve really helped us improve how we operate our business today,” Nino LaDuca, General Manager Since its inception in 1995, Tech-Con Automation

How the New PV-JB/MF Open Format Junction Box for PV Modules Came to Light

POSTED: 09/23/2013

Multi-Contact AG, a global electrical connector manufacturer using advanced contact technology, has been active in the solar industry for decades. The company is a pioneer in photovoltaics, having developed the MC3 connector system (the world’s first plug-and-play) as well as the ubiquitous MC4 connector system. Though

Carnegie Mellon Successfully Exploiting Manufacturing Robots with Robotmaster

POSTED: 09/18/2013

Client Profile:   Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) is a global research university with campuses located in Pittsburgh, Qatar and Silicon Valley.  The Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture in Pittsburgh has consistently ranked in the top ten professional architecture degree programs, with a reputation for being


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