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  • Supplier Profile
    re, Inc. is a leading developer of Intelligent Modular Manipulation Systems. re’s mission is to advance the state of the art of mobile manipulation and develop dual-use technologies that benefit both...
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    The innovative company SmarAct offers sophisticated products for micro- and nanopositioning. The SmarAct product portfolio ranges from positioners, advanced control systems to end effectors and tools...
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    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,...
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    AGI manufactures a complete range of high quality sophisticated Pneumatic Automation Products for Industrial Automation. The company headquarters is in Trumbull, CT, USA. As a company specializing in...
  • Article - 15 Feb 2013
    In this part to Building a Robot, focus is on the robotic end-effector.
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    This robotic palletizer is ideal for palletizing single or multiple packages. Columbia/ Okura's electric servo-drive, high-speed A1600 robotic palletizer is simple to use and is easily introduced into...
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    Columbia/Okura LLC designs, integrates and commissions end of line robotic palletizing solutions for most major industries. For over 20 years, Columbia/Okura has been a leading provider of robotic...
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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...
  • Equipment
    Palletizing of dairy products  TINE invested in three KUKA KR 180 PA palletizing robots, which can load a combined total of 1,000 to 1,200 pallets a week. This corresponds to ten pallets an hour. The...
  • Article - 19 Jul 2013
    Industry-specific robots perform several tasks such as picking and placing objects, and movement adapted from a fully-functioning human arm.