May 21, 2020

OnRobot Gripper Handling Delicate Glass Parts

SCHOTT decided on an application in which an RG2-FT gripper from OnRobot is mounted on a collaborating robot arm. The special thing about the electric two-finger gripper is that both force/torque sensors and optical sensors are located in its fingertips. These enable him to “think along”: The sensors feed their process data back to the robot arm, which adjusts its course accordingly.

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May 8, 2020

We Are Here to Help You and Your Business

Automation couldn’t be any simpler! Take this chance to sign up for our free webinars to learn how to simplify automation and deploy collaborative applications, and find a long term solution to the challenges you are facing now!

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June 22, 2019

Fifteen Linx CIJ Printers On Their Way

It’s busy in the Reynolds Auckland workshop right now. Lots of projects on the go, including this consignment of fifteen Linx 8940 CIJ printers heading to a customer that, having used a number of brands of equipment over the years, has elected to fully standardise on Linx

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June 13, 2019

Another batch of dotComm printers going to a new home.

A batch of new dotComm4S coders heading to a dairy plant that is undertaking a full upgrade of their coding capability. Reynolds’ dotComm series of inkjet coding solutions can be found in almost every dairy plant in New Zealand, and in dairy plants as far away as South America.

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March 27, 2019

Add value to your production by automating repetitive pick-and-place tasks

Increase accuracy and reduce waste with a pick-and-place robot in your fulfillment center to handle pick-and-place tasks. The UR robot can run most pick-and-place applications autonomously, allowing your business to handle inventory even when employees have gone home. The intuitive, easy-to-program interface makes UR robot arms perfect for small-volume productions.

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March 12, 2018

Year of the Robot

VEX Competitions bring STEM skills to life by tasking teams of students with designing and building a robot to play against other teams in a game-based engineering challenge. Tournaments are held year-round at the regional, state, and national levels and culminate at the VEX Robotics World Championship each April.

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