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Published: 8/5/2020

Fakuma Show Goes On (Digitally) for Wittmann Battenfeld
Self-contained inline scrap integration; medical, LSR, and packaging Cells; an MES Upgrade and more to be introduced virtually.

Published: 7/14/2020

Automation: Cobot Gripper Provides Higher Grabbing Force, Safely
New long-stroke gripper generates gripping forces up to 450 Newtons (N), surpassing the typical force-limited 140 N used by most collaborative grippers.

Published: 6/18/2020

Automation: Plug-and-Play Screwdriver for Cobots
OnRobot’s screwdriver features built-in smart features—including precise torque and embedded axis control—that simplify programming and boost productivity.

Published: 6/6/2020

Automation: New Hardware & Software for Low-Cost Robots
igus offers a new linear seventh axis, free downloadable control software, and a new range of modular components.

Published: 6/6/2020

Automation: New Dust- & Waterproof Cobot for Sanitary Applications
Said to be the industry’s first IP67-rated collaborative robot.

Published: 4/23/2020

Automation: Cobot Adds Interface for Easier Integration With Injection Molding Machines
Universal Robots has developed an Injection Molding Machine Interface (IMMI) supported by EUROMAP 67 and SPI AN-146 communication protocols, simplifying cobot/machine integration.

Published: 4/9/2020

Automation: Kit Turns Cobots into Autonomous Bin Pickers
Universal Robots says ActiNav allows its cobots to autonomously extract parts from a bin and place them with precision and orientation.

Published: 3/3/2020

Automation: System Promises Greater Flexibility for Molded Packaging
Integrated automation system can accommodate multiple molds and cavitation, from one to 48, allowing it to adapt to changing applications and volumes.

Published: 2/25/2020

Automation: Vacuum Gripper Now Compatible with Wider Range of Cobots
Piab’s piCobot vacuum-cup gripper now fits all brands of cobots.

Published: 2/25/2020

Automation: Smaller Non-Marking Gripper For Smooth, Shiny or Perforated Surfaces
OnRobot’s gripper mirrors the microstructure of a gecko lizard’s feet.