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  • FIPA in Action: New Gripper System for Supplier in the Automotive Industry
    Lightweight construction using plastic parts is becoming increasingly important in the automotive industry. Handling these usually fragile components requires the use of custom gripper systems with suction cups and grippers that add stability to the overall removal process.
  • Aluminum Wheel Handling Manipulator
    A Midwest wheel manufacturer was handling 40 pound aluminum wheels by hand and palletizing them from a conveyor. A system was needed to alleviate the repetitive stress injuries occurring to their operators during this process while maintaining productivity/tact times. A high-speed, servo drive PLC
  • Safe Scoring
    circuit boards. For safe, gentle handling of these parts, LHMT turned to J. Schmalz GmbH. Schmalz was able to implement a reliable gripper solution thanks, in part, to their new NBR ESD suction cups.
  • Interphex 2006 Preview: The Best of the Phex
    for softgel drying, a variety of trays and containers used in the handling and processing of pharmaceutical products, and vial trays for handling and storing small and medium vial sizes. They stack, provide easy grips and smooth surface for easy loading and unloading. Molded Fiber Glass Tray Co.,
  • What to Expect at Interphex 2007
    By Heidi Parsons, Managing Editor MFG Tray Co. will feature trays for soft gel drying and a large variety of trays and containers used in the handling and processing of pharmaceutical products. It will also display vial trays for handling small and medium vials. The trays are available in four
  • Automation's Double-Edged Sword
    To begin the project, a detailed requirements plan was developed using CaliberRM from Starbase (now part of Borland, Scotts Valley, Calif.). To handle testing of the evolving program, tools from Mercury Interactive, Sunnyvale, Calif. were used. Test results, process workflows and change management
  • Diving Into the Aquatics Industry
    decks at the end of competitive swimming lanes. Constructed of metal and consisting of grips, handles and slots, they must be capable of withstanding both the harsh chemicals found in pool water and the force exerted by swimmers as they push off of the blocks to begin their dive into the water

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