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  • The less-is-more approach to six-axis robot design
    approach centers on designing cable-management systems for six-axis robots including cables, hose, tubing, carrier, and connectors in three separate segments. This differs from the current industry practice of using long, single-piece cables and hoses rigidly attached to the end-of-arm tooling
  • Medical Device Link .
    the rigorous demands of the industry. Among them are ultrasonic welding systems that process signals digitally and an ionizer small enough to be mounted on end-of-arm tooling. An adhesives dispenser with a microprocessor, a video camera for motion analysis, and a versatile laser cutter are also featured
  • Robots are ready for medical manufacturing
    . These help select and install the correct robots as well as design, test, and verify programs to run them. Some integrators also provide packaging equipment and components in the robot's end-of-arm tooling (EOAT). FROM CARTESIAN TO 3D VISION The simplest robots are gantries or Cartesian systems, according
  • Bump and grind
    can absorb the crash and reset itself with minimal downtime. , Apex, N.C., prevents costly damage to robotic end-effectors. The device fits between the robot arm and the tooling. It adjusts to support typical loads the robot arm experiences in all directions including angular, compression
  • Torsion Bars
    . *?Limited overhead clearance. *?Reach under conveyor for placement. *?Ergonomic placement of operator's controls. Solutions: *?WM-200 Pneumatic Manipulator. *?Coped jaw gripper tool. *?Continuous 360 Degree end of arm rotation. *?55" Vertical lift. *?"Soft Stop" circuitry on powered rotator
  • Open Network Eliminates Tray-Loader Wiring Problems
    that snaked back to the junction block and the control panel. This strategy was expensive and space consuming. Connections to the articulating robot were difficult as well. Robot makers provide only a limited number of conductors to control end-of-arm (EOA) tooling, problematic because Distech offers

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