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Latest Addition to Tabletop Robot Family Features 14 KG Payload and Is Well-Suited for Tight Workspaces
At Fabtech, Fanuc America will feature the new model of its LR Mate series of tabletop industrial robots, the LR Mate 200iD/14L.
FANUC has expanded its line of SCARA robots to offer more reach and payload options for processes such as assembly, packaging, pick and place, and inspection.
Equipped with automatic tool-changing and multicoupling systems, Staubli’s HelMo moves itself from workstation to workstation, plugs itself in, and performs tasks without endangering its human coworkers.
ROEQ’s replaces Wi-Fi-dependent third-party setups with a sensor-based system that automatically lifts loads delivered by an autonomous mobile robot (AMR) to the proper height for delivery to a stationary conveyor.
The QM180 top module from Nord Modules increases the utility of autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) by connecting with a cobot-powered gate to create the first fully autonomous material-handling system. It also handles half pallets, plastic boxes, carton boxes, and carts without changing top modules.
Material-handling solutions developer Kivnon expands its mobile vehicles portfolio with two autonomous mobile robot (AMR) forklifts and an automated guided vehicle (AGV) lifting platform that rotates.
Jungheinrich’s dual-mode EZS 350a NA automated guided vehicle (AGV) provides all the benefits of an electric truck with a laser-based navigation platform that requires no floor work.
Comau adds safety features to the Racer-5 industrial robot to come up with the dual-mode Racer-5 Cobot: a fast automation solution for supporting multiple manufacturing processes that doesn’t sacrifice precision or employee health.
Stäubli has set new benchmarks in dynamics, precision and cleanroom with its 4-axis line of Selective Compliance Assembly Robot Arms (SCARA) for highly sensitive environments. Judges of the 2021 Red Dot Design competition recognized its unique cylindrical working area when they gave it the “Product Design” award.
Veo Robotics’ FreeMove sensors-and-software system uses advanced computer vision and 3D sensing to safely turn a high-speed, heavy-load industrial robot arm into a collaborative robot (cobot) that’s faster – and thus more productive – than traditional cobots.
Designed to support intermittent interaction between human and industrial robot, ABB Robotics’ 1100 Swifti CRB (for “collaborative robot”) automatically slows, stops, and restarts depending on an employee’s presence in preprogrammed safety zones.
Capable of lifting 44 pounds (20 kg), OnRobot’s electrically powered VGP20 vacuum gripper performs the same heavy-duty tasks as a pneumatic gripper for a fraction of the cost and complexity. Compatible with all major robot brands.
New Five-Year Warranty for VIKING™ Auto-Darkening Welding Helmet Portfolio
Lincoln Electric’s new five-year standard warranty leads the industry for peace-of-mind.
New Catalog Features New Products, Standards and Information to Solve Manufacturing Problems
EXAIR’s new Catalog 35 provides detailed tables and descriptions on each product, and highlights EXAIR’s newest additions, such as the Ultrasonic Leak Detector.