Current robotics controllers often require two single-turn encoders working in parallel, plus a gearbox for synchronization. POSITAL FRABA said its new kit encoder can do this on its own.
MTEK has made its MCell Insertion software-defined robotic system for electronics assembly generally available. The Swedish company said MCell can improve performance and reduce costs.
Manufacturers could benefit from the human-like dexterity of the Archimedes system, which combines a six-axis robot arm, machine vision, and AI, said Eureka Robotics.
Why aren’t robots with high degrees of freedom more popular? Energid CEO Neil Tardella explains that it’s a matter of cost and flexible programming.
Air Hydro Power is now offering Universal Robots-certified training in collaborative arms in multiple U.S. states.