Microscan Presents New Capabilities of MicroHAWK Barcode Readers and Machine Vision Solutions at Advanced Design and Manufacturing Expo
Microscan will demonstrate new capabilities of the MicroHAWK family of products - the world's smallest high-performance barcode readers and smart cameras - at the ADM Cleveland Expo March 29th and 30th in Cleveland, Ohio.
Dorner's flexible chain conveyor platform, SmartFlex®, is now available in an 85 mm width standard option.
Innovation in Textiles: Â At the upcoming Texprocess trade fair, which will take place in Frankfurt, in May, a Digital Textile Micro Factory will present a live demonstration of an integrated production chain for apparel. In collaboration with the German Institutes for Textile and Fibre Research in Denkendorf and a number of well-known companies in the textile sector, Texprocess will demonstrate the entire networked production of items of clothing - from the design stage to digital printing, automatic cutting out and fabrication. Visitors at Texprocess will follow a signposted path through the various individual stages of manufacture in the micro factory and will be able to get information from experts at each stage. In addition, there will also be guided tours on offer. Â Cont'd...
Project uses artificial intelligence to identify, grab, and separate food and beverage cartons
"MERLIC's ease-of-use and its powerful machine vision software tools, combined with ADLINK's state-of-the-art imaging hardware, provide quick deployment of solutions with minimal configuration effort. This makes the combination ideal for facing the challenges of increasingly fast-paced markets". -- Torsten Wiesinger, Sales Director, MVTec Software GmbH
Icon Labs Announces the First Complete Certificate Authority Solution for Internet of Things Manufacturers
Floodgate CA enables OEMs and solution providers to quickly and cost effectively deploy a "private" PKI network
HEIDENHAIN updates its successful angle kit encoder line again by modifying the ECA 4000 angle ring encoder series for use in safety-related applications. Of notable use in machine tools where dangerous conditions exist, this new ECA 4410 encoder is also useful in many automation applications such as in robotic arms for example.
Urs Berger, Director of European Sales for Optomec, will give a presentation in the Advanced Packaging track entitled "Using Additive Manufacturing to Add Value to Products Produced with Conventional Manufacturing Methods" at 14:00 on March 16.
Automate 2017 - Matrix Design, LLC to Feature Live Robotic Machine Tending and Deburring Systems at Automate 2017
Matrix will exhibit in booth #1612, a 20' x 30' space, and will feature live automation demonstrations of their robotic machine tending and deburring systems. Matrix's experienced staff experts will be in attendance to present their systems and to consult with attendees.
The Express Tribune: A Dubai-based construction firm Cazza has announced its plans to build the world’ first 3D-printed skyscraper. According to the company, the skyscraper will be built in the United Arab Emirates. Cazza uses a 3D printing construction system that combines mobile 3D printing robots with existing construction methods to make construction processes faster and cost-effective. In order to construct the high-rise building, the company will use the ‘crane printing’ technique The firm will be able to 3D print high rises using a new construction technique called ‘crane printing’. For the process, the company will use cranes with added units designed to build 3D structures of 80m and above. While the cranes will 3D print specific parts of the building, the rest of the construction will be carried out via existing methods. Cont'd...
Sciaky to Deliver Industry-Leading Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAMâ„˘) System to Japanese Supplier
This will be the first installation of a Sciaky EBAMâ„˘ metal 3D printing system in the Asia-Pacific region
Expands Availability of Renesas Synergyâ„˘ Platform Featuring Software, MCUs, and Dev Tools for IoT
These 3D-printed guides, when used in coordination with 3D pre-operative planning, help surgeons improve planning processes to increase confidence both before and during the surgery that the desired outcome will be obtained.
New Study Shows U.S. is World Leader in Robotics Automation - With $732 Billion of Robots; Larger Than Economy of Switzerland
-Study from CEBR and Redwood Software shows U.S. investment in robots more than doubled since hitting low in 2009 -U.S. investment in robotics rose 30% between 2011 and 2015 -Investment in robotics offers better long-run value for money than investments in financial services, real estate or transportation -Robotics investment contributed around 10% of GDP per capita growth in OECD countries from 1993 to 2016 -Global robotics investment reached 18 year-peak in 2015 -There is a clear economic rationale backing the fact that humans and robots in the workplace are not mutually exclusive
Calvin Hui for Channel News Asia: German semiconductor Infineon Technologies will invest S$105 million over the next five years into building a Smart Factory at its Singapore manufacturing facility. This is part of Infineon’s push to implement what it calls a Smart Enterprise Programme, encompassing horizontal, vertical and digital integration. For instance, it has introduced robots like automated guided vehicles, to facilitate the transportation of chips across different parts of the facility. Senior engineer Foo Say Wee, said: “For the lots delivery, it used to be carried out manually by the operator who has to search the lots and carry the lot and hand it to the equipment. But today, employing automation, the lot will be automatically delivered to the operator and after that we have robotic vehicles that automatically come over and transport the lots to the equipment." The company manufactures chips used in things like cars and electronic identification such as passports. Cont'd...
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Materials & Processes - Featured Product
AS40 Conveyors are designed for ease of use and simple integration with robotic applications. Built on a rigid aluminum frame, they feature tee slots for rapid accessory mounting and a tail that flips up at the push of a button for easy under-belt cleaning and belt changes. Nosebar tails are available for transferring small parts between conveyors. All conveyors include a 10 Year Warranty and most are available with a fast five day lead time.