Tooling & Workholding
The goal of Baxter's builder is to make U.S. manufacturing more globally competitive by making automation more affordable and easier to implement.
This shop justified the robot solely through improved use of labor. Other benefits came to light after the automation arrived.
ABB Robotics offers Integrated Force Control, a single, base module that consolidates discrete software features for robotic force control that were previously available separately.
DocMagnet offers its Pick and Place (PNP) magnetic material-handling system, a range of magnetic end-effector products for use with robotic automation.
Machine tool builders are moving away from hydraulics and pneumatics to conserve energy and reduce costs.
Yaskawa Motoman’s MS165 and MS 210 six-axis robots are designed for faster performance and increased reliability in spot-welding applications over the previous ES series.
Edited by: Emily Probst
Auto parts manufacturer DAU Componentes in Burgos, Spain increases shop efficiencies by using robotics to automate loading and unloading of workpieces into CNC machines.