Staubli Corporation

201 Parkway West
Duncan, SC 29334 US

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As Seen In Plastics Technology

overview of Industry 4.0 from VDMA

NPE2018 New Technology Focus: The ‘4.0’ Revolution
Injection and blow molding and robot suppliers are making Industry 4.0 the most prevalent theme of the show.

Industry 4.0 explained by VDMA

Injection Molding at NPE2018: A Showplace for the ‘Smart Factory’
In Orlando, you’ll glimpse the future, and it’s automated and interconnected. But don’t worry, there are plenty of ways for plants of all sizes to get in on these trends.

Staubli quick-mold-change cell for Single-Minute Exchange of Die

Fully Automated Mold-Change Is Here
An integrated solution using Stäubli's technology in a smart-factory setting shows how Single Minute Exchange of Die can work.

Sepro 7X-45 injection molding robot

Sepro Features Its First ‘Made-in-America’ Robot
Sepro America is now building large robots in the U.S., including this 7X-45 five-axis unit.

Priamusm QDaq injection machine monitor

Injection Molding: News in Sensors, Quality Monitoring, And Quick Mold Change
Priamus debuts simple on-machine quality monitor plus new styles of cavity sensors and a quick connect for cavity sensors in quick mold changes.

New Robots Made Safer Around People—Without Sacrificing Performance
One robot, five levels of safety around people.

Trend to Watch: Making Robots Safer Around People—Without Sacrificing Performance
The five levels of Man-Robot Collaboration (MRC) and what they mean for higher speeds/greater payloads for cobots.

Fully Automatic Mold Change In Under 2 Min
Used in production with large presses.

K 2016: Connectivity & Collaboration in Robotics & Automation
Besides a handful of new robots and pickers, the big themes were modular ‘plug-and-play’ automation, Industry 4.0 connectivity, easier programming, and safer collaboration with human workers.

Making Standard Robots More “Collaborative”
Laser scanners can slow or stop a robot temporarily when a human approaches.

Now That’s “Collaborative”!
Pick-and-place product handling … simple assembly tasks … sure, or why not serving a cold beer?

Why Five-Axis Cartesian Robots Are a Hit with Molders
Five-axis linear robots are proving to be a cost-effective alternative to six-axis articulated robots in many applications.

News in Robots from K 2013
Injection molding Cartesian robots are being made lighter and faster, but with greater payload capacity and vibration resistance. Six-axis articulated robots are being made easier to program.

News in Hot Runners & Tooling at K 2013
Molds that break speed records for specific applications; hot runners for medical, packaging, and automotive parts; temperature and valve-gate controllers; and standardized mold components constitute a large grab-bag of news in the tooling category for injection molding at the Dusseldorf show.

K 2013 Preview: Injection Molding
Next month’s mammoth triennial plastics show in Düsseldorf, Germany, challenges injection molding machine builders to demonstrate technological leadership in addressing the needs of the marketplace.

Robots at NPE: Faster, Stronger, Smarter
Among the many attractions in injection molding exhibits at NPE2012 were more intelligent robots with higher speeds and payload capacities

Injection Molding: Speed, Automation & Integration
Hot buttons at the show will be multi-component molding, in-mold labeling/decorating (IML/IMD), in-mold assembly, medical molding, liquid silicone rubber (LSR), micro-molding, and high-speed packaging.

Quick Mold Changing Systems
Systems are billed as safe and user friendly.

Unique all-servo robot from Sytrama of Italy

Servo Robots Show More Speed, Muscle & Brains
The recent NPE 2009 show in Chicago saw the debut of dozens of new and enhanced robots for injection molding. The vast majority of the new models were all-servo types, though some economized by mixing servo and pneumatic axes. These new robots emphasized higher speeds, heavier payload capacity, longer reach, and more intelligent controllers that make programming and troubleshooting easier than ever. Telescoping arms and dual arms were very common among the new entries, as well.

Magnetic Platen System Gets Enhanced Controls
The Intelligent Magnetic Clamping (IMAG) system from Staubli Corp., Duncan, S.C., now has additional monitoring features and can be used with thinner back plates (13 mm) than before.

Product Categories of Staubli Corporation

Assembly Robots and EOAT
Clamps, Holding Devices
General Purpose Robots and EOAT
Mold Components
Mold/Die Management Systems
Part or Sprue Removal Robots and EOAT
Pneumatic Components (including Compressors)
Quick-mold-change Equipment
Spray Painting Robots and EOAT
Water, Oil Manifolds and Couplings