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Peripherals: Touch Sensor

Automation in the Cloud

by Rush LaSelle, VP & General Manager, Adept Technology

POSTED: 01/07/2012

Manufacturers and processors of anything from snack foods to automobiles are being driven to

Robotic TIG Welding – Does It Make Sense for Your Company?

by Geoff Lipnevicius, Manager - Product Development

POSTED: 09/08/2009

You’ve probably heard the allegory of the tortoise and the hare. The turtle was slow and steady, where as the

Intelligent Robotic Arc Sensing – A Comparison of Available Technologies

by Erin O’Shea, Lincoln Electric Automation Project Manager - Electrical Engineer

POSTED: 03/10/2009

The use of robotics in arc welding applications serves the purposes of decreasing cycle time and improving the quality and repeatability of welds. This is only possible when the weld joints themselves are consistent and repeatable. Unfortunately, due to inadequate tooling and part preparation, weld joints often deviate

What to do in a Recession

by Brian Huse, Director, Marketing & PR, Robotic Industries Association

POSTED: 01/02/2009

Is your company recession proof? Last year wasn’t so bad for some RIA members. Many had big months in the fall even while consumer spending dried up in the broader economy. One industrial cable company had a terrific October

Robotics Industry Forum Turns Networking into Connectioneering!

by Brian Huse, Director, Marketing & Public Relations

POSTED: 08/08/2008

Are you ready for a unique kind of networking that leads to new and improved business? On November 6, 2008, your RIA membership unlocks the door to Connectioneering at the Robotics Industry Forum in Orlando, Florida. Business

Briggs & Stratton Introduces Automated Welding with ABB Robotic Docking System

POSTED: 04/18/2008

In 1996, the Specialty Products Division of Briggs & Stratton, located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, expanded its services after 15 years

Press and Machine Tending Robotics

by Bennett Brumson, Contributing Editor

POSTED: 03/18/2008

Manual press and machine tending applications are among the least desired jobs in industrial labor due to the danger, repetition and nasty environment. When manufacturers manage to find people willing to perform these jobs, retaining them is another major challenge. Robotics have proven to be an ideal means for

Robots Sort Blood Specimens: Help American Red Cross Improve Productivity and Traceability . . . A Robot Case Study

by Mary Kay Morel, Staff Writer/Editor

POSTED: 12/03/2007

  In addition to being an international humanitarian organization, the American Red Cross is the biggest single blood collecting agency in the United States.  Operating as a non-profit organization, the Red Cross supplies blood and blood products to approximately 3,000 hospitals daily.  They now use advanced robotic automation linked directly

Robotics in Composite Applications

by Bennett Brumson, Contributing Editor

POSTED: 07/05/2007

  Composites and robotics are practically made for each other. Because composites have such a wide variation among them from part to part, flexible industrial robotics is well matched for applying composites in the aerospace sector and for general industry. Using robotics for applying composites is an idea whose

Blind Operator Learns how to Program and Operate a Robotic Arc Welding System

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In January 1999, Justin Pierce, of Mississippi Industries for the Blind (MIB), attended a basic robotic programming course at Motoman, Inc.'s headquarters in West Carrollton, Ohio.  Justin is the first blind person to take the training offered by Motoman.  Here, he participated in actual hands-on learning and worked with a


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