Category Archives: Robots

5 Places You Don’t Expect To Find Robots

With the worldwide sales of industrial robots reaching a whopping 384,000 units in 2018, global spending on robots is at an all-time high. More and more businesses are relying on the use of robots for effective and efficient work. Despite how much we’re used to having robots at work, there are still some unexpected sectors

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COMBINATION OF FANUC AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

Automation with industrial robots is combined with artificial intelligence (AI), contributing to an increase in factory automation. The manufacture of FANUC industrial robots plans on designing a new tool based on artificial intelligence to facilitate the training of robots, thus gaining time efficiency. Today, taking advantage of the use of new technologies to optimize the

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WHEN TO AUTOMATE MATERIAL HANDLING

One of the most repetitive, monotonous and dangerous jobs for humans is handling materials throughout the factory. Here is where we turn to automation, the solution to this need. Robots are currently the ideal tool for moving any object in any direction, as many times as necessary. Automated technology has become increasingly essential in material

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DESIGN PROJECTS CREATING CERAMIC PARTS

Robots have also had the opportunity to carry out the work of an artisan, creating ceramic parts. In this case, the artist in charge is Charlotte Nordmoen, a designer and researcher with a degree in Costume Design from the London College of Fashion, interested in exploring art in relation to technology and science and curious

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KUKA DESIGN AWARDS

Kuka is one of the manufacturers with the most innovations in industrial robots when it comes to technology and design, with these robots being more precise, flexible and reliable with stylish, elegant designs. It is precisely these design characteristics that earn Kuka robots recognition, where various of their product designs and innovations have received rewards.

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Automation With An Ecological Impact

Smart factories also contribute to sustainability by offering efficiency, profitability, safety and effectiveness, designing factories with environments that are more beneficial to the health of both customers and their workers. Causing the least impact on the environment thanks to the use of IoT, data analysis, robotics, RPA practices and artificial intelligence/machine learning, etc.

BENEFITS OF AN INVERTED MOUNTING ROBOT

One of the production lines with the highest demand for automation are assembly lines. Robots for the assembly line are a low-cost investment that meets the client’s needs, optimizing quality and affordability. Assembly robots generally maintain a continuous pace of work that is faster and more accurate than an operator can perform. They can be

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