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  • News - 19 Apr 2011
    Reducing costs and increasing the flexibility of their operations have become the major priority for manufacturers so that they could respond speedily to the demands posed by their customers. For...
  • News - 12 Apr 2011
    ABB has released two new palletizing robots, three palletizing grippers and an user-friendly programming software. These new products are exclusively developed to further improve the speed and...
  • News - 26 Oct 2010
    Lifting up a needle or a book may seem easy to human hands but to a robot it can be quite challenging. This is the challenge that a new robotic gripper hopes to address with new shape shifting...
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    The O-Ring gripper is made for picking and placing O-Rings on the parts.The 6-Finger Gripper has two pistons which are driven independently of each other. The spreading jaws are double acting and the...
  • Supplier Profile
    SCHUNK is a family owned operation and a global player in one. Totaling more than 60 years of experience, SCHUNK offers worldwide leading technology in gripping systems and clamping technology. With...
  • Supplier Profile
    Apex Robot Systems UK is the manufacturer of beam robots, sprue pickers and three axis CNC robot. Apex manufacture a huge range of robot end-of-arm tooling components to suit your application - from...
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    TM Robotics is a world leader in Industrial Robots. SCARA robots from Toshiba Machine are probably the world’s easiest to use Industrial Robots. At TM Robotics our entire philosophy is about...
  • News - 13 Sep 2019
    Human hands are extremely adept at controlling many different objects. Humans can hammer a nail or pick up a strawberry or an egg without breaking it. One trait that enables humans to carry out...
  • News - 2 Jun 2020
    One of the hottest topics in robotics is the field of soft robots, which utilizes squishy and flexible materials rather than traditional rigid materials. But soft robots have been limited due to their...
  • News - 3 Aug 2018
    Although the airless and cold deep sea is not inhabitable for humans, it is filled with frail organisms that flourish in its harsh environment. Investigating those organisms necessitates specialized...

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