Automated fluid dispensing systems are widely used in industries today. They make the delivery and distribution of fluids easier and more precise. [Read more…] about What is an automated fluid dispensing system?
Aim Robotics becomes part of Kassow Robots’ ecosystem
Aim Robotics, a Danish company with headquarters in Copenhagen and an R&D centre in Odense, and Kassow Robots, also a Danish company with its headquarters in Copenhagen, have entered into a partnership.
The two companies have developed an “innovative dispensing solution” for collaborative robot use, and Aim is now part of the Kassow Robots ecosystem.
Dieter Pletscher, sales manager at Kassow Robots, says: “Innovation is crucial to us, also when it comes to our network. This electronically based robotic dispenser by Aim Robotics offers great advantages to our customers. High repeatability and quality control help companies automate their dispensing application very efficiently and effectively.” [Read more…] about Aim Robotics becomes part of Kassow Robots’ ecosystem
Arsenal launches three new robotic dispensing systems on the Universal Robot platform
New cartridge based robotic dispensing systems for low and medium volume manufacturing processes
Arsenal, an Austin, Texas based developer of robotic dispensing systems and turnkey integration solutions, has recently released three new cartridge-based dispensing systems.
Arsenal’s dispensing systems leverage the flexible and easy to use Universal Robot platform which makes them ideal for low and medium volume manufacturing processes.
Cartridge-based robotic dispensing solutions bridge the gap between time consuming, unpredictable manual dispensing and high volume pumping systems. [Read more…] about Arsenal launches three new robotic dispensing systems on the Universal Robot platform
Fanuc demonstrates cobots at Amazon’s re:MARS Conference
Fanuc America, supplier of robotics, CNCs and Robomachines, has expanded its line of collaborative robots to include six models, on display at re:MARS Tech Showcase 4-7 June 4-7 in Las Vegas.
The series of power and force limiting collaborative robots can handle 4-35 kg payloads and a 550-1813 mm reach.
The cobots are equipped with Fanuc’s iHMI touch screen user interface. The Hand Guidance feature allows operators to teach a collaborative robot by leading it through paths, and/or use it to lift heavy objects manually.
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