The EZS 350a NA automated guided vehicle (AGV) from Jungheinrich AG (Hamburg, Germany) adds precision navigation technology to the company’s standard electric truck to provide transport automatically or manually in mixed operations with manual trucks and pedestrians.
The 6-axis Racer-5 Cobot from Comau (Turin, Italy) combines flexibility and collaborative safety features with high repeatability and accuracy.
The Max N15 from AutoGuide Mobile Robots (North Reading, MA) is a modular autonomous mobile robot (AMR) tugger capable of transporting up to 15,000 pounds.
Three models of autonomous vehicles – the K03 Twister, K50 pallet truck and K55 pallet stacker – from Kivnon (Barcelona, Spain) circulate around their environment using magnetic guidance or simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) technology.
While autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) transform increase efficiency and reduce employee injuries, their benefits are only maximized with top modules and gates that transfer the materials.
Wi-Fi instability is a common workplace challenge. In material-hendling applications with devices communicating through complicated setups passing data between autonomous mobile robots (AMRs), third-party receiving stations and conveyors, intermittent Wi-Fi can cause errors and downtime.
An autonomous mobile robot (AMR) equipped with a 6-axis TX2 cobot arm with CS9 controller and variable assembly language (VAL) 3, the HelMo from Staubli Corp. (Duncan, SC) fetches tools from a magazine and loads and unloads machine tools without human intervention.
AIDA-America’s 300-Ton Servo Press Increases Productivity at Graham Stamping
AIDA-America Corp. (Dayton, OH) provided Graham Stamping Co. (Hermitage, PA) with a 300-ton unitized frame servo press, the DSF-N2-3000 press.
Beckwood Delivers Hydraulic and Servo-Electric Presses to Supplier of Solid-State Batteries
Beckwood Press Co. (St. Louis, MO) has delivered a 500-ton, 4-post hydraulic press and a 50-ton servo-electric press to a U.S. manufacturer of solid-state batteries.
ATI Industrial Automation Acquired by Novanta
As of August 31, ATI Industrial Automation (Apex, NC) was officially purchased by Novanta Inc. (Bedford, MA). Novanta provides laser systems, vision systems, and motion-control components to manufacturers of medical equipment and advanced industrial equipment.