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 international reputation for robotic excellence. Virtually all of the 80,000 robots installed in the field use our PC-based controller, making KUKA the number one PC-controlled robot manufacturer in the world.
KUKA offers a complete range of advanced design robots, covering all common payload categories, from 3 kg to 1,000 kg. Within this range you can always get the exact robot you need for your particular solution. Our PC-based controllers are easily expandable and offer cutting-edge technologies such as remote diagnostics, Windows interface, icon editor, fieldbuses, SoftPLC, OPC server.
Device/Component ManufacturerIndustrial robots
ASM Assembly Systems Demonstrates Two Variants of KUKA LBR iiwa Robots
KUKA Offers New, High-Performance Robots in the Low Payload Category
KUKA.PLC mxAutomation Software Enables Simple Integration of Robots into Machine Controllers
KUKA Highlights LBR iiwa Sensitive Lightweight Robot at ‘Die Roboter’ Exhibition
PackExpo 2015: KUKA Robotics to Launch KR AGILUS Hygienic Machine
KUKA Robotics to Exhibit KR AGILUS Hygienic Machine at PackExpo 2015
NPE 2015: KUKA Robotics to Showcase Innovative Robotic Solutions for the Plastics Industry
KUKA Lightweight Robot Serves as Steering Column for Autonomously Driven Car
KUKA Official Robotics Education Program Debuts at ACTE CareerTech VISION 2014
KUKA Robotics to Demonstrate Latest Innovations at FABTECH 2014
KUKA Robots on Display at IMTS 2014
KUKA Robotics to Demonstrate Automation Efficiency in Manufacturing Process at IMTS 2014
KUKA Robot Helps Fabricate Wooden Pavilion Inspired by the Sea Urchin
AUTOMATICA 2014: KUKA to Demonstrate LBR iiwa Lightweight Robot
New Approaches to Robot-Based Automation Alongside Industrial Robots
KUKA Celebrates Start-up of its New Shanghai Production Facility
KUKA Celebrates Opening of New Robot Production Plant in Shanghai
KUKA Introduces KR AGILUS Waterproof Robots
KUKA Robot Produces Works of Art
KUKA Robotics Introduces Triple Lift Mobile Lift Platform at InterAirport Trade Fair
KUKA Robotics to Exhibit Latest Solutions at Fabtech 2013
Collaboration to Enable Integration of KUKA Robots and Siemens CNC Solutions
KUKA Robotics to Showcase Flexible Solutions for Machine Tool Automation at EMO 2013
KUKA Robotics to Demonstrate Welding Technology at SCHWEISSEN & SCHNEIDEN Trade Fair
KUKA’s Conceptual Exhibit Captures Hanover Fair ROBOTICS AWARD
KUKA Commemorates Four Decades of Robotics
KUKA Robotics to Demonstrate New Robotic Technologies at Automate 2013
KUKA Introduces KR AGILUS Small Robot Series at Pack Expo 2012
KUKA Robotics to Introduce KR QUANTEC Robot Series at NPE 2012
KUKA Robotics Inaugurates New Facility in Canada
KUKA Robotic to Showcase Hollow Wrist Arc Welding Robots at FABTECH 2011
KUKA Systems Introduces Advanced Automation Technologies for Automobile Industry
KUKA Robotics Presents Flexible Automation Solutions at GIFA
KUKA Robotics Displays Novel Robotic Solutions at PACKEX 2011
KUKA Roboter Introduces QUANTEC Robot Series at LIGNA 2011
Kuka Robotics Develops Industrial Robot to Ensure Human Safety
ATI Industrial Automation Honors KUKA with Customer Appreciation Award
KUKA Robotics Introduces New Robotic Technology
KR 300 PA Palletizing Robot from KUKA Robotics (India) Private Limited
Occubot Measurement Robotics from KUKA Roboter GmbH.
KR 5 scara R550 Manipulators from KUKA Roboter GmbH
KR 30-4 KS-F Industrial Robot from KUKA Robotics Corp.
KUKA Robot Controller from KUKA Robotics
KR 1000 TITAN from KUKA Robotics Corp.
Robo Inspect System from KUKA Systems
KR 180 PA Palletizing Robots from KUKA Robotics (India) Private Limited
Cell And Wafer Handling from KUKA Systems GmbH
KR 180-2 CR Atmospheric Robotics from KUKA Roboter GmbH.
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