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Guyson offers robotically tended grit-blasting cell
Guyson offers robotically tended grit-blasting cell
Guyson Corp. has engineered and built a work cell for grit-blast descaling of forged automotive components with three automated blasting machines that are loaded and unloaded by a vision-guided material handling robot.

View RXS-400 Rotary Blast System

ABB unveils human-friendly, dual-arm robot
ABB unveils human-friendly, dual-arm robot
ABB has unveiled a collaborative robot: YuMi.

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ABB Robotics introduces new family of small robots
ABB Robotics introduces new family of small robots
ABB Robotics has introduced the IRB 1200, a new family of small robots that features a compact footprint and a large work envelope, providing flexibility, ease of use and short cycle times to a wide range of material handling, machine tending and small parts assembly applications.

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Servo-Robot offers universal robot sensor system
Servo-Robot offers universal robot sensor system
Servo-Robot has developed i-CUBE, a powerful Integrated Robot Sensor System, which is designed to be easily integrated to articulated robots and to provide 3D high speed and high precision part measurements.

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Universal Robots introduces next generation of robot arms
Universal Robots introduces next generation of robot arms
With eight new adjustable safety rated functions, Universal Robots presents a robot that adapts advanced safety settings to each specific application.

View Third Generation of UR5 and UR10 Robot Arms


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Article results:
Vertical automation
Author: Kip Hanson, Contributing Editor
Published: August 2014
Teach your vertical machining center to "dance without a partner."

Automation marches on
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: June 2014
Mobile robots for massive-part manufacturers.

Automating the impossible
Author: Evan Jones Thorne, Senior Editor
Published: June 2014
Cutting Tool Engineering Senior Editor Evan Jones Thorne interviews Len Graham of Rexam Mold Manufacturing.

What's on your pallet?
Author: Susan Woods, Contributing Editor
Published: June 2013
Implementing automated pallet systems in small and medium-size shops can reduce labor costs and increase profitability.

Going toe to toe on robotics
Author: Alan Rooks, Editorial Director
Published: March 2013
One fond memory from my long-ago youth was playing Rock’Em, Sock’Em Robots with my next-door neighbor. My parents wouldn’t get me the game, for reasons I forget, but my friend Ronnie, who always got the latest, greatest games and toys, had a brand-new version. The objective was to manipulate your plastic robot to knock out the other robot by hitting his spring-loaded head, making it pop up. In January, the robotics industry was playing Rock’Em, Sock’Em Robots with CBS’s “60 Minutes.” The news program broadcast a segment called “Are robots hurting job growth?” based in large part on an interview with Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and co-authors of the 2011 book, “Race Against the Machine.”

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