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Industrial Robotics Editorials

Industry : Robot Manufacturing

How Robotics & IoT Help Sustain Triple Bottom Line

POSTED: 10/30/2019

Sustainability in business has become a popular topic as companies increasingly recognize the need to have a firm grip on their triple bottom line – financial, social and environmental. Financial, social and environmental risks and opportunities abound in business, but creating an operations model that speaks directly to aspects of profits,

Beyond Price: Why Accessory Components are the Manufacturing Plant’s Unsung Heroes

POSTED: 10/29/2019

Price. When it comes to manufacturing application accessories, or more colloquially stigmatized as “commodity” goods – price is the gatekeeper. No matter what the value add or technology advantages a particular brand may be introducing to the market, those benefits fade to white noise with price as well as discount

What is angular resolution?

POSTED: 10/29/2019

What is angular resolution and what does it do?  This is a fairly straightforward question with a fairly simple answer.  Put simply the angular resolution is the angle (in degrees) between scan points for a safety laser scanner.  Think of a circle with 360 degrees, this is similar to a

How Safe is your Safety Device?

POSTED: 10/29/2019

What can't your safety laser scanner do?

POSTED: 10/28/2019

Due to the large amount of safety laser scanners on the market, it is easy to get lost during the product selection process. There are many choices depending on application requirements; communication protocol, protective field range, safety resolution and many more. With all the available options this can make the

Alignment Issues with Safety Light Curtain?

POSTED: 10/28/2019

The proper installation of a safety light curtain is directly related to proper safety functionality and safety rating. If not properly installed getting a red light to turn green may be an impossibility (let the hair pulling ensue). Below are some tips for a successful launch of your light curtain. Both

TO Cascade or NOT TO Cascade?

POSTED: 10/28/2019

The typical definition of cascading in the world of safety devices would be a single unit working in series with other units (i.e. light curtain, safety scanner, multi-beam light device). So in the case of light curtains, all the units that are cascaded with one another make one long segmented

Considering a Merger or Acquisition?

POSTED: 08/02/2019

Ensure your understanding of the new tax regulations to get the most return out of your investment! Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), businesses have been impacted in multiple ways. In particular, businesses considering a transaction, such as a merger or acquisition, should be sure to discuss the following: Depreciation How

Benefit for Exports: Foreign Derived Intangible Income Deduction

POSTED: 07/16/2019

The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) has made C-Corporation status much more attractive to business owners, and the 21% flat tax rate has caused many to consider whether converting to a C-Corporation may be worth the switch. For some, however, the administrative burdens that come with incorporating don’t

Industrial Robots Demand Versatile Crossed Roller Bearings

POSTED: 07/03/2019

Robotics and automated machinery demand highly versatile bearings. Not only must bearings carry diverse loads with high precision, robotic motion is also becoming more complex. Machine designers must also fit their bearings into shrinking mechanisms like articulating arms that position and rotate objects.  Crossed roller bearings are designed to

In the Industry 4.0 era, here are 5 common GAAP violations impacting the financial performance of advanced manufacturers

POSTED: 06/19/2019

Southfield, Mich. — While the manufacturing sector rapidly evolves to adapt to new and diverse Industry 4.0 technologies such as robotics and artificial intelligence, many companies are unaware that oversights in their accounting reporting may be costing their bottom lines.  According to Kevin Johns, CPA and shareholder with Clayton &

Audio Interview on AI and Robots in Industrial Applications

POSTED: 06/13/2019

Executive Vice President of OpenSystems Media, Rich Nass, is also responsible for Embedded Computing Design, and recently spoke with NexCOBOT's Director of Global Partner Alliance & Business Development, Kai Wang, on how industrial robots are expanding from automotive assembly to just about any industrial application you can think of. In

Top 5 EDI Documents For Manufacturing

POSTED: 05/17/2019

While Supply chains differ from one manufacturing company to the next, data still needs to be exchanged between suppliers, manufacturers, and customers. This is why Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) is such a critical component of modern manufacturing. Electronic data interchange (EDI) is a document exchange process. It involves a company's entire digital

Top 10 Benefits Of IoT For Manufacturers

POSTED: 05/17/2019

Chances are you have come across the terms Internet of Things (IoT) or the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). These are networks of connected devices that communicate data to a central system in order to make sense of it all. These networks consist of connected edge devices, terminals, and machines

7 Steps To Budgeting Process Improvement

POSTED: 05/17/2019

What Is Budgeting Process Improvement? When it comes to gauging corporate performance, the less time spent on non-revenue generating processes, the better. Unfortunately, the budgeting process is essential to proper performance and forecasting. That means mistakes can't be afforded. Not only do you want to reduce the time and errors associated with manual


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