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14 January 2020

EGE has developed a new compact, rugged MDVH amplifier with enhanced sensitivity for its System 3000 industrial metal detector.

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14 January 2020

At its Rugby production site, Britvic uploads almost 100,000 aluminium cans from pallets onto each of three new canning lines per hour. Now the process of removing each pallet’s plastic retaining straps has been fully automated using vertical debanders manufactured by L.B. Foster Automation & Materials Handling.

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10 January 2020

Renovotec is offering a 20% rental discount on the Unitech PA760 ultra-rugged smartphone – a new omni-channel, enterprise level personal digital assistant (PDA) running on the latest Android 9 operating system with a robust processor and rugged scanner.

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06 January 2020

Leader in cloud robotics, Fetch Robotics, has announced new capabilities for TagSurveyor, the robotic RFID solution that allows customers to gain complete visibility of assets in their fulfillment centers, distribution centers or warehouses via visualization of inventory data on a facility map.

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06 January 2020

New from leader in robotic end-of-arm tooling, OnRobot, the VGC10 compact electric vacuum gripper addresses customer demand for a small but powerful and highly configurable gripper for nearly any application.

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02 January 2020

Specialist in robots that augment humans to enhance productivity and safety, Sarcos Robotics, has unveiled the Alpha version of its Guardian XO full-body, powered industrial exoskeleton. The Guardian XO is reported to be the first battery-powered wearable robot that can safely lift up to 200 pounds (90kg) for extended work sessions.

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02 January 2020

Small Robot Company, a British agritech start-up for sustainable farming, has announced the world’s first non-chemical precision robotic weeding for cereal crops.

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10 January 2020

Available from TTS Systems, the new, smart and compact Laser Doppler Non-Contact Speed and Length Sensor is designed to replace cumbersome, inaccurate and high-wear contact wheel encoders that are prone to excessive measurement errors due to slippage, vibration and wear, resulting in product give-away and quality issues.

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14 January 2020

The new range of Fieldbus modules with IO-Link master functionality from ifm electronic is designed to meet the demands for ever-increasing levels of intelligent sensing and control to facilitate the drive toward increasingly sophisticated automation and IT.

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10 January 2020

Suitable for collaborative robot control, the latest Verisens vision sensors from Baumer – the ‘smart’ XF900 and XC900 – have been designed with emphasis on optimum precision, combined with simple and easy set-up.

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10 January 2020

Cynergy3, a Sensata Technologies’ company, has launched a new range of wireless-based pressure transmitter and receivers.

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25 November 2019

Renishaw, the global engineering technologies company, builds on its existing functionally safe (FS) portfolio by introducing two new encoders for both linear and rotary applications; RESOLUTE FS with BiSS Safety absolute open optical encoder system; and TONiC FS incremental open optical encoder system.

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10 January 2020

Available from Components Bureau, the Cosel RB series of power supplies is suitable for small to medium size robots, due to the output voltage combinations.

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15 January 2020

ABB has extended the scope of its ABB Ability Digital Powertrain concept that connects drives, motors, pumps and bearings with a new Condition-Based Maintenance service option for drives.

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10 January 2020

Yaskawa UK Motoman Robotics division has unveiled what is believed to be the smallest, lightest, six-axis industrial robot specifically designed for small handling and assembly applications.

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21 October 2019

The ultra-thin G2 Flat family of photoelectric sensors from SICK is designed to integrate snugly into small machinery and conveyors, or for tight fits in robotic arms and grippers.

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16 October 2019

SICK has launched Presence Inspection, a freely-downloadable, easy to set-up SensorApp for its Inspector P family of programmable 2D vision cameras. The addition extends the performance and versatility of SICK’s 2D offering for presence/absence quality inspection, validation and process control tasks.

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26 September 2019

Ford has for the first time introduced a team of collaborative robots (cobots) that works alongside engineers in Cologne, Germany, to ensure every Ford Fiesta has a perfect finish.

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15 October 2019

Red Ledge will be exhibiting with new majority shareholder BÖWE SYSTEC on Stand 333 at Robotics and Automation 2019, 29th-30th October, Ricoh Arena Coventry, showcasing its 2019 CORE technology.

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15 October 2019

Renovotec is launching a dedicated ‘Switch to Android’ consulting service for supply chain users. Renovotec’s own feedback indicates that as many as seven in ten of all warehouse operations still continue with a Windows environment, despite the fact that support for Windows handheld devices will end in January 2020.

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FEATURES

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22 December 2019

Concrete evidence has emerged of export success for Stoke-on-Trent based engineering firm Morris Brothers, following the delivery of a custom-built slab moulding machine to an overseas customer

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21 October 2019

Mitsubishi Electric has unveiled the first member of its new MELFA Assista series of collaborative robots, designed to offer maximum safety and durability combined with ease of use and programming, while maintaining very high positional repeatability

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02 December 2019

As human operators and robots increasingly share a common space in the manufacturing environment, the choice between a collaborative or cooperative machine is naturally being given more consideration. Barry Weller looks how to identify the best system for an intended application

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05 August 2019

Until recently, the Industrial Revolution was largely associated with drastic engineering efforts that transformed Britain’s industry. Two centuries later, we are experiencing another shift in global manufacturing, the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). Nigel Smith, managing director of industrial robot distributor TM Robotics, explains how Britain can reclaim the robotics revolution with simplified robot programming.

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23 July 2019

Fullwood Packo collaborate with Festo to use automation that delivers greater freedom for dairy cows and farmers

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19 June 2019

Predictive maintenance, along with Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) data, is creating new opportunities for businesses to reduce downtime and improve productivity, ultimately, cutting costs and increasing profits

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12 July 2019

A world-leading robotics programme that puts human, societal and ethical values front and centre of new technology to clean-up legacy nuclear waste, the National Centre for Nuclear Robotics is led by the University of Birmingham, based at its new Extreme Robotics Lab, in partnership with the University of Bristol, Lancaster University, Queen Mary University of London, University of Edinburgh, University of Essex, University of Lincoln, University of Plymouth and the University of the West of England.

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16 April 2019

Design engineers are being challenged to cram more into ever-shrinking design space. Printed force sensor technologies – like FlexiForce sensors – are an attractive option to integrate force-feedback capabilities into their devices

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04 April 2019

Sensing and instrumentation specialist Baumer has helped food manufacturer Homann in achieving its goal of maximising process optimisation in production processes, using of CleverLevel, CombiPress and CombiLyz sensors

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19 March 2019

Yonatan Hyatt, CTO of Inspekto, a company at the forefront of Autonomous Machine Vision explains the fundamentals of this emerging category

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19 February 2019

Venturing into the great outdoors has always been a frontier too far when it comes to agreeing an internationally-recognised Technical Standard for safety solutions that use sensors and sensor systems to detect people in the open air, writes Dr Martin Kidman

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21 January 2019

Motion Control expert, Stober Drives, has used products from its own range to design and build a robotic component mounting system to manufacture the new LeanMotor encoderless drive.

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12 February 2019

Uncertainties surrounding Brexit have made many suppliers of fresh produce wary of investing until they know exactly what sort of deal will be struck between the UK and EU. However, David Jahn, believes that recent government announcements mean that now is the time to consider investment to mitigate the challenges created by Brexit.

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11 December 2018

Today’s smart wireless communication devices are increasingly being used in a wide variety of industrial applications where the potential productivity gains are huge, writes Martin Walder, VP Schneider Electric Industry

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06 December 2018

Robot manufacturers can show how robots and machines can interact seamlessly to allow production runs to be easily and quickly altered to allow for fluctuating lot sizes, as well as alleviate the workers from repetitive tasks and heavy lifting. Here, Omron identifies five questions to to ask when selecting a mobile robot for your operation

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12 February 2019

The computer games generation was always a refence to teenagers… well it was in the ‘80s and '90s. It’s no surprise then that most engineers working now are comfortable with digital interface technology and that the latest developments in Augmented Reality have quickly been applied to making improvements on the factory floor

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08 October 2018

3D machine vision allows precise three-dimensional inspection and measurement of complex free-formed surfaces. Two of the best known techniques are laser line triangulation and stereo vision, but time-of-flight (ToF) imaging opens up a diverse range of depth perception application opportunities.

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10 August 2018

The global mountain of waste plastic has risen to the top of the sustainability agenda. Tackling it will have implications for every player in the packaging supply chain – including machinery manufacturers Neil Beaumont of Lenze explains

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09 August 2018

Ed Harrington, director of The Open Group Open Process Automation Forum, looks at how organisations in the process automation sector are turning to digital transformation and open standards in order to use data to improve operations and help ensure zero downtime

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25 June 2018

At the MACH show, Andy Pye met with Universal Robots and some of their partner network. The products were interesting in themselves, but the real story broke a few weeks later – and took us by surprise too!

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SPONSORED CONTENT

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18 April 2017

Upskill with FANUC and improve your productivity At the FANUC Academy we’re passionate about automation – and love nothing more than conveying that passion.

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02 December 2013

Sysmac is the latest machine automation platform from Omron with integration throughout: from controller to software

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02 December 2013

The drylin® range is specifically developed for applications within the linear sector, with the extensive product range completely covering all application areas from the drylin® T Monorail systems to the drylin® R Round shaft guide bearings.

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11 March 2013

Solid-state Ultrasonic Fuel Flow Sensor capable of monitoring bi-directional fuel flow rate up to 8l/min. Compact, lightweight and extremely accurate

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26 October 2017

Linear and rotary motor feedback systems with interfaces for the future provide commutation, position and speed measurement in a single device.

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26 October 2017

Industry 4.0 is the digitisation of production and logistics - intelligent sensors are a crucial element. SICK provide dynamic and real-time-optimised processes now, for the future.

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10 May 2016

RS Logic Controller are designed for use in automation for commercial & Industrial sectors.

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13 May 2016

UniSlide Linear Slides from LG Motion – tried and tested linear motion products

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12 January 2017

Mechanical-flexing couplings with triple-crowned teeth. High-speed and high-torque applications.

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24 June 2015

IDS presents its first USB 3.0 camera model with 13 MP resolution (4192 x 3104, Full HD video with 30 fps).

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27 October 2016

Pressure Calibrators

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12 January 2016

Compact M12 Stainless Steel Cylindrical Safety Switches from elobau

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13 May 2016

LG Motion launch new improved roller guideway MR 4S from Schneeberger

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13 May 2016

LG Motion launch new fully integrated microstep motor controller from Arcus technology

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12 January 2016

Float switches side mount from elobau

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