News - 24 Jun 2011
Global power and automation technology company, ABB, has designed robots for rail industry applications.
The robots have the capability to perform operations such as welding, riveting, deburring,...
News - 24 Mar 2011
The Alabama Robotics Technology Park (RTP) is being opened in Tanner in Alabama and would hopefully bring in a lot of high-tech jobs to the state.
The project, which is to be carried out in three...
News - 24 Mar 2011
KUKA Robotics is to display its innovative LWR4+, a compact robot with a 7 kg payload capacity and 7 axes weighing 16 kg, in the Automate 2011, which is the solution- based show of automation...
News - 1 Feb 2011
ABB Group, the power and automation technologies giant, has made yet another mark in its robotics achievements.
Recently ABB Robotics has extended the functionality of its IRC5 Compact controller...
News - 11 Nov 2010
FANUC Robotics America has declared the launch of R-1000iA/100F, the latest high-speed robot ideal for material dealing, spot welding and machine tending operations, in booth 6655 at Fabtech 2010,...
The Protector is ATI Industrial Automation's patented robotic collision sensor designed to prevent costly damage to robotic end-effectors resulting from robot crashes. The Protector's features...
ATI Industrial Automation is a leading engineering-based world developer of robotic end effectors, including Automatic Tool Changers, Multi-axis Force/Torque Sensing Systems, Robotic Deburring Tools,...
News - 16 Dec 2015
The new KUKA KR CYTEC nano series stands for greater performance in the low payload category
They have to be streamlined, agile and flexible and have a long reach in order to perform convincingly...
News - 25 Sep 2015
Rethink Robotics today announced that its Sawyer robot, the company's second smart, collaborative robot designed for a wide range of factory environments, is available for purchase and is being...
News - 3 Nov 2014
Fuel cells are one of the most promising new forms of energy generation. The technology is clean, quiet and efficient but the hundreds of layers in a commercial-scale fuel cell stack and the number of...