Servo2Go - New 24V Integrated Electric Actuators are rated to 500N max. thrust

Servo2Go.com has just added remarkable new additions to its broad range of cost-effective 24V electric linear actuators from Dyadic Systems.

Lumipen 2: Robust Tracking for Dynamic Projection Mapping

From University of Tokyo: In our laboratory, the  Lumipen system  has been proposed to solve the time-geometric inconsistency caused by the delay when using dynamic objects. It consists of a projector and a high-speed optical axis controller with high-speed vision and mirrors, called  Saccade Mirror  ( 1ms Auto Pan-Tilt  technology). Lumipen can provide projected images that are fixed on dynamic objects such as bouncing balls. However, the robustness of the tracking is sensitive to the simultaneous projection on the object, as well as the environmental lighting... ( full article )  

Festo BionicANTs and eMotionButterflies

From Festo Bionic: With the bionic butterflies, for the first time Festo combines the ultralight construction of artificial insects with collision-free flying behaviour in a collective. For coordination purposes, the eMotionButterflies make use of a guidance and monitoring system, which could be used in the networked factory of the future... ( additional info ) Like their natural role models, the BionicANTs work together under clear rules. They communicate with each other and coordinate their actions and movements among each other. The artificial ants thus demonstrate how autonomous individual components can solve a complex task together working as an overall networked system... ( additional info )

DARPA Shares Its Vision for the Future

New biennial report describes Agency's mission in the context of today's fast-changing world, and current and upcoming areas of focused investment

Patti Engineering Upgrades Motion Control to Double Production Speed for Customer in First Month

Thermon manufacturing plant has increased production speed as result of ECLF upgrade after Siemens phased out the Simovert MASTERDRIVES drive family.

Why motor drives impact the world so dramatically?!

The installed base of drives, in 2014, saved the earth the equivalent of the energy consumed by 110 million households

Dust-proof innovation for Piab's COAX technology

COAX is an ejector technology based on a multi-stage concept for creating vacuum with compressed air.

Energid Technologies Releases Version 4.0 of the Actin Robot Simulation and Control Toolkit

Continually Increasing Software Capability Enables Robots to Perform Tasks Previously Requiring Human Labor

Frankenimage

From David Stolarsky: The goal of Frankenimage is to reconstruct input (target) images with pieces of images from a large image database (the database images). Frankenimage is deliberately in contrast with traditional photomosaics. In traditional photomosaics, more often than not, the database images that are composed together to make up the target image are so small as to be little more than glorified pixels. Frankenimage aims instead for component database images to be as large as possible in the final composition, taking advantage of structure in each database image, instead of just its average color. In this way, database images retain their own meaning, allowing for real artistic juxtaposition to be achieved between target and component images... ( full description and pseudo code )

Automate 2015 - Intelligrated features service and support offerings at ProMat 2015

Maintenance, spare parts and upgrades keep automated fulfillment operations running at peak efficiency

Mouser and Imahara Unveil Giant Spider-Bot as Basis for Second Robotics "Empowering Innovation Challenge"

Mouser Electronics and Grant Imahara are calling on engineers to submit creative ideas for Grant's giant Spider-Bot. This newest Challenge is part of the exciting Empowering Innovation Together program where engineers can join in the technical discussions to explore new design ideas and solutions.

SCHUNK China: Gripping New Horizons

Since 2003, SCHUNK has been represented in China with its own subsidiary, and has grown consistently since that time.

Automate 2015 - Intelligrated highlights automated solutions to drive omnichannel, e-commerce fulfillment at ProMat 2015

Automated storage and retrieval systems, conveyor and sortation solutions provide maximum throughput and accuracy, flexible product handling

Looking for better robotic EOAT parts

Without any expert or experience of robot, you can finish your projects by your own. Just go visit www.cgsautomation.net and choose what you need items. You will be finsihed your project in a short time.

New Robotic End Of Arm Tooling modules and components for any brand of robotic arms using by CGS Automation Inc

Professional providing robotic & automation EOAT modules and components for any industry adopting. Especially for EOAT modules, Cups, Cup with adapters, Mounting Clamps, Gripper Mounting Arms, Suspensions, Sprue Grippers, Gate Cutters, Air fittings and etc. It can get from website by credit card/ debit card and shipped to US any state in a short time.

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