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Wittmann Battenfeld To Expand Connecticut Facility
This space allows for the future growth for all three of its divisions: IMM, robots and automation and material handling and auxiliaries.
Study: Investments in Robots Create More Jobs for People
Contrary to popular conceptions, a new study finds that as industry has increasingly invested in automation, employment in manufacturing has actually risen.
Wittmann Battenfeld Sponsored Manufacturing Day Event For Local High Schoolers
Students began the day with an introduction to both Wittmann Battenfeld and the plastics industry as a whole.
Spec’ing a Robot? Match It To Your Press Size & Project
Where is your business today? What might tomorrow’s molding projects look like? These are among the questions you need to answer when deciding what style of robot is best for you.
CLOSING ALL THE LOOPS: ‘Talking’ Machines Pave the Way for Processing Plants of Tomorrow
At the convergence of smarter equipment, open communication protocols, and more powerful networks, a new shop floor emerges where groups of intelligent machines work seamlessly as integrated systems.
Wittmann Expanding Robot Capacity
Annual global production capacity for robots will reach 4500 next year.
Billion & Sepro Collaborate on Molding Machine/Robot Packages
Billion will supply injection presses with integrated robots and controls from Sepro.
Sepro And Billion To Offer Molding Machine/Robot Packages
The two French companies have signed a partnership pact in order to increase their presence in new markets by offering a complete equipment package.
Wittmann Battenfeld Previews New Technologies For Composites & Cell Integration
Open house in Austria offered a vision of a future with controls linking injection machines to a wide range of auxiliaries. Wittmann also signaled its debut in composite organosheet overmolding—with an added twist.
Wittmann Battenfeld to Make Injection Molding Machines in China
The Austrian headquartered supplier of injection molding machines, robotics and auxiliaries is planning a 2017 expansion that will add the manufacture of presses in China.