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Robotics for handling and assembly

Gimatic is provider for EAOT (End of Arm Tooling) solutions and presented his robotics expertise in a small video. The user can now view these in advance via Augented Reality.

mitsubishi0519"Melfa" -Knickarmroboter from Mitsubishi Electric are used for a wide range of handling tasks. From the factory, they are also suitable for potentially explosive areas. That is why they are now available with corresponding individual certification. Because there are no technical modifications to the proof of conformity, they can be delivered without much delay.

Whether free and flexible movements or defined processes - depending on the composition and mounted gripper, the modular pneumatic lightweight robot from Festo for a variety of applications in the sense of human-robot collaboration use.

Based on the standard Wireless-IO-Link has the Room Group introduced an intelligent robot flange that links wired mechatronic grippers with Wireless-IO-Link, eliminating the need for external robotic cabling in many cases. Only the power supply comes from the robot, the information is transmitted via wireless link from the intelligent robot flange to the controller.

igus0419Igus presented with the new Online platform "RBTX"A world first. This brings the users and suppliers of low-cost robotics components together quickly and easily. While users can tailor their robotics solution to fit their needs, suppliers of robotics components have the opportunity to market their products to a larger audience.

dobot0319Hannover Messe Hall 17, Booth E76-4

Dobot introduces its eponymous collaborative 6 robotic arm CR6-5 in demos like pick and place, sorting and motion tracking. It is the second robotic arm in the collaborative Dobot robot series and offers a variety of uses in small and medium sized businesses as well as educational institutions.

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