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  • Supplier Profile
    Marco North America was founded in January 1993. We are equipped to support the technical and commercial needs of our mining customers. We develop inovative products with state-of-the-art electronics....
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    Newmark Systems is a designer of precision positioning systems and motion control products for OEM applications, optical technologies including research and development.
  • News - 18 Apr 2012
    SCHUNK has developed an innovative small parts gripper EGP, which is powered by electricity. This electrically driven gripper simplifies the transition from pneumatic to electric gripping modules....
  • Equipment
    The OneWireless™ XYR™ 6000 Position Sensor allows remote, reliable valve position monitoring in a variety of applications to avoid the time and safety risk of manually monitoring valves in hazardous...
  • News - 4 Nov 2014
    Rethink Robotics today announced the availability of its new Robot Positioning System, a groundbreaking technology that will allow the Baxter collaborative robot to manage and adapt to ever-changing,...
  • News - 30 May 2012
    SCHUNK will highlight the electrically driven small parts gripper EGP during IMTS 2012 titled ‘Success in Manufacturing’. This new, innovative EGP offering from SCHUNK has simplified the...
  • News - 30 Jan 2011
    Universal Robotics has received patent from World Intellectual Property Organization for ‘System and Method for Automatic Calibration of Stereo Images’. WIPO has published an abstract...
  • Equipment
    The Gill 360º Blade Rotary Sensor is a solid-state inductive rotary position sensor, capable of measuring a full 0-359º. The sensor uses Gill’s patented induction technology to sense the position of a...
  • News - 26 Aug 2014
    Universal Robots, the Danish manufacturer of flexible industrial robot arms, has released the third generation of the lightweight robots UR5 and UR10. Special features of the revised robot arms are...
  • Article - 29 Jun 2022
    We speak with Prof. Itai Cohen about his involvement in research that has constructed an artificial cilia system that can manipulate microfluidic flow at the individual level.