Industrial Robotics Tech Papers Resource
Industry : Aerospace
The tattoo scene is driven by younger artists who have little in common with the old stereotypes.
For paraplegic people, rehabilitation is frequently a long process; this is why methods and tech-nology that optimize these measures for the patient are so important.
The tendon-controlled humanoid robot created by the University of Tokyo has more than 160 artificial muscles and is the result of many years of experience.
Intelligent robot systems are increasingly being used in disaster control, rescue missions and salvage operations – wherever it is too dangerous for humans.
The Pegasus robot, which was created by students of the ETH Zurich during a research project, does not have wings like the famous horse from Greek mythology.
Golf is becoming increasingly popular and has become a common recreational sport.
maxon motor spent several months working alongside Instrument Design Technology (IDT) to customize a small, brushless motor to perform in the extreme vacuum conditions of the synchrotron.
The upcoming company YLOG builds autonomous robots for transporting containers at logistics companies.
In the aviation industry, a wide range of applications is controlled by actuators.
Nurses face the daily challenge of caring for an overweight population, which leads to debilitating injuries.
CYCLE TIMES FOR TRACKMOTION ROBOTIC CELLS Placing a robot on a track greatly expands its reach envelope, potentially allowing it to tend many more machines or to transfer materials across a much greater distance.
by Tom Graham, Key Accounts Group Manager
One of the biggest hurdles in any automated joining system is the ability to find and track the joint in a consistent nature.
A robot as agile as a snake can explore almost any hidden nook and cranny.
by LAPP USA, Marketing
VFDs – also commonly referred to as Adjustable or Variable Speed Drives – improve the efficiency of motor-driven equipment and allow for accurate continuous control over a wide range of operating speeds.
by LAPP North America, Marketing
A typical manufacturing plant today will have thousands, or even many thousands, of electrical connections on both fixed equipment and moving machines.