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At Fabricating & Metalworking, we know the importance of showing and not telling – and that’s why we have a vast library of videos showing how important pieces of equipment operate. See the latest videos added to our site, or browse our archives by process zone.
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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.
Hardware product teams need not choose between speed and quality because Fictiv delivers both with the integration of new quality services into its digital thread. Customers who depend on precision parts in such industries as robotics, healthcare, aerospace, and automotive have the assurance of consistent manufacturing results at an unprecedented pace.
Starrett’s AVR-FOV 0.14X has a 0.14 magnification lens. When combined with “superimage” technology that stitches images together and a touch probe, operators on the shop floor see more of each part, no matter how complex, they inspect.
Designed from the ground up from metrology scan to manufacturable model, REcreate software from Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence aims to uncomplicate the reverse engineering digital workflow by reconciling incompatible data types and technologies.
Exact Metrology is representing Raytech Measuring Systems, an Iowa designer and manufacturer of shop floor metrology solutions for measuring sheet metal, fabricated and machined parts, and cut-to-length bar stock. SPC software for quality tracking and reporting reduces operator-to-operator variation.
An active jaw pull-down function enables Schunk’s Kontec KSX-C2 vise for 5-axis machining centers to securely hold the smallest of parts for machining of a sixth side. Quick-change system enables exchange of a large number of system jaws within seconds without tools.
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.
With the updated JobShop Cell PRO, Methods Machine Tools offers manufacturers a multiaxis simultaneous vertical machining center with multiple end-of-arm and infeed/outfeed options. The efficiency-enhancing cell can be immediately shipped.
Huntingdon Fusion Techniques’ updated PurgEye 500 Desk weld purge monitor is equipped with PurgeNet. The networking device connects to smart accessories including the drive system for automatic welders and orbital welders and a light accessory for visual warning.
Fronius has taken a simple, compact solution for cladding applications on smaller parts and developed it for larger tasks. The all-in-one cell’s controls support two processes: TIG hot wire and a two-wire SpeedClad Twin process that’s three times faster.
Although Viking Blast & Wash System is primarily a custom manufacturer, the company gets enough requests for a 48-inch table blaster that the one-wheel machine’s a standard offering. Add a second wheel to completely blast an intricate part or lower cycle time.
Snow Wins Resistance Welding Award
Tom Snow, chairman of T. J. Snow Co. (Chattanooga, TN) was recognized with the Elihu Thomson Resistance Welding Award at Fabtech 2021, held in Chicago in September.
Hexagon to Build Ecosystem to Help Overcome Challenges in Additive Manufacturing
Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence division has announced its plan to build a flexible, open additive manufacturing (AM) ecosystem to help overcome complexities in 3D-printing processes and to support customers in building their product development and manufacturing workflows.
GE Additive and Wichita State Team Up to Help Adoption of Metal Additive Manufacturing by DoD
GE Additive and Wichita State University’s National Institute for Aviation Research have signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding as the cornerstone of a new, collaborative effort aimed at supporting the U.S. Department of Defense‘s accelerated adoption of metal additive manufacturing technology.