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The Dutch designer Dirk Vander Kooij designed a version of “endless chair” for his project called ‘Endless’, where his most faithful assistant was a Fanuc robot.
Fanuc’s extensive track record in industrial robotics automation solutions has established productivity, reliability and profitability at the highest level.
Yaskawa Electric Corp based in Japan; surprises us with a new collaborative robotic arm with the ability to handle 20 kg, with protective characteristics against dust and dripping. Due to the shortage of skilled labor, the search for flexible production solutions has increased. Collaborative Robots or Cobots have proven that they can work together with
The ceramic manufacturing application developed by industrial robots has adjusted the precision and flexibility for handling the different shapes and materials used thanks to the advances in technology. The potential that industrial robots have developed has been a collaborative tool for those artists with views focused on finding improvements and quality in their works. You
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Today many artists are using technology to recreate their works. The use of robots or robotic arms has allowed them to optimize their work and save on costs, since they have succeeded in replacing traditional machines (CNC), whose use would represent a high cost.
It wouldn’t be an understatement to claim that robots and automation are now critical components of the industrial workplace. While industrial robots have been used sparingly in the past few decades, they are now an indispensable part of the manufacturing process. This is mostly down to how robots can now perform complex tasks while also
A large part of companies around the world are working on new technology developments to meet every challenge that industrial processes pose and to continue participating in the global market while maintaining their efficiency and competitiveness. It’s important to invest in innovation in order to remain in the market, especially in the foundry process, which
The construction industry is characterized as one of the least digitized industries as it still relies on manual-intensive labor for a series of operations. Experts believe that the industry has yet to meet its absolute potential as robots don’t play a significant role—as yet—in the commercial renovation, demolition or construction processes.