Robotics Industry Statistics
Rapid Pick & Place with the new PPU-P and VCU With up to 120 cycles per minute, the PPU-P from SCHUNK is the fastest pneumatic Pick & Place Unit on the market. Thanks to the valve control unit, compressed air and energy consumption is minimized, while the cycle frequency
The OPS plus effectively protects the robot and end effector from being damaged during a crash. The OPS plus will allow the EOAT to deflect and comply in the event of a crash. At the same time, a mechanical
The Universal Robots handle packaging and palletizing in any company searching for user-friendly, affordable automation solutions.
The Dayton Business Journal awarded SAS Automation the 2012 Manufacturing Award for sustainability.
Schunk has expanded its product range and now offers a compact ring indexing table for assembly applications within the Gemotec system. This means that customers of the automation specialist from Lauffen can now also purchase a ring indexing table
Multi-Contact USA, a global leader in PV connectors and junction boxes, will be exhibiting
Universal Robots now performs machine tending at RSS Manufacturing & Phylrich in California. Deploying the robot arms from Denmark
In-booth demonstrations to feature robotic solutions for mixed-load palletizing and depalletizing
The PHL from SCHUNK comes in two versions: The pneumatic PHL and the electric EGA. The standard PHL alternatively has the bearing options of a multi-tooth guidance or a profiled rail guidance, which increases the degree of efficiency of
ABB Robotics has increased the top payload of the IRB 1600 from 8 kg to 10 kg, expanding the superior
The Magnetic Gripper EGM from SCHUNK maintains high holding forces even in confined work spaces. It is light-weight, yet powerful enough to handle difficult applications even in situations which may require an emergency stop. It also promotes energy efficiency because
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ABB Robotics will host a Technology Days event on May 15th, 2013 at their North American headquarters and training center
The ABB Robotics business unit is highlighting products, systems and technology designed to improve the quality and cost of manufactured
The DDF-I is the world’s first rotary feed-through with integrated BUS technology. It can be used for connecting mechatronic gripper modules, valves, or sensors located downstream from a rotary axis for especially stable control of processes. Up to 26 electric signals are transmitted simultaneously, 13