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Mecademic reports ‘increasing demand’ for its tiny robots

Mecademic says it is seeing “increasing demand” for its tiny robots. The company has unveiled a redesigned website partly to reflect the changes in its business.

The Canadian company says the redesign “marks a major leap forward into the international robotics industry”, propelling Mecademic on its mission to facilitate automation for increasingly more industrial companies, research facilities, and manufacturers around the world.

Ilian Bonev, co-founder at Mecademic and world-renowned robotics precision expert, says: “Our new website provides a holistic library of never-before-seen robotics resources to help users start automating quickly, easily, and at lower costs.

“Users have access to invaluable tutorials as well as a selection of robotics and automation products from both Mecademic and third parties.”

In a press release highlighting the website redesign, Mecademic says: “This website comes in the wake of increasing demand for Mecademic robots from users ranging from NASA’s Johnson Space Centre to Zymergen’s lab automation sector.”

Mecademic says it has helped clients improve their process in many ways, including:

  • Maximizing flexibility and throughput in Zymergen’s lab automation processes;
  • Increasing SDC’s medical device production throughput by 500 percent; and
  • Increasing productivity and reducing tolerances in Token Ring’s product assembly.

Maria Sergo, marketing manager at Mecademic, says: “Two key new features in our website are MecaNetwork and Mecademy. MecaNetwork helps users find any tools they may need for automation, such as vision systems and EAOT’s.

“Mecademy is a one-stop-shop compilation of resources such as programming examples and tutorials to help users master industrial robotics.”

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