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  • News - 12 Feb 2015
    Grabit Inc., a manufacturing automation and material handling solutions company, announced today that it is launching a new line of robotic grippers based on the company's electroadhesion...
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    KUKA Robotics is the North American subsidiary of KUKA Roboter GmbH, one of the world´s largest robot manufacturers. Since building its first industrial robot in 1977, KUKA has earned an...
  • News - 29 Jun 2017
    Researchers combined gecko-inspired adhesives and a custom robotic gripper to create a device for grabbing space debris. They tested their gripper in multiple zero gravity settings, including the...
  • News - 29 Dec 2021
    An engineering team from the National University of Singapore (NUS) has built a hybrid robotic system that can grasp a wide variety of items, from small and delicate to large and bulky to gradually...
  • News - 1 Nov 2010
    ThinkLABS Technosolutions is teaching school children in Mumbai how to handle robots. The 'hands-on' learning camp is based on robotics and virtual robotics. It will be held from October 30 to...
  • News - 23 Aug 2012
    FIPA has introduced a customized insert-gripper designed for handling inserts in plastic injection-molded parts. The compact solution is touted to be economically feasible even from batch size 1. FIPA...
  • News - 29 Feb 2012
    The robotic gripper developed by Cornell University now employs air pressure to fling and move objects without arm assistance. Led by an associate professor of mechanical and aerospace...
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    OnRobot is a company born global with headquarters in the robotic cluster capital Odense, Denmark. We provide innovative Plug & Produce End-of-Arm Tools that help manufacturers take full advantage...
  • News - 18 Apr 2022
    It is difficult to get rid of the image of a massive metallic robot that communicates in monotone and keeps moving in lumbering, deliberate steps. Soft robotics practitioners, on the other hand, have...
  • News - 16 Dec 2020
    Scientists often look to nature for cues when designing robots - some robots mimic human hands while others simulate the actions of octopus arms or inchworms. Now, researchers in the University of...