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Robot-guided palletising systems are an efficient way to increase the flexibility of machine tools. They help minimise machine downtime in production of individual pieces or small series runs and enable reduced-manning production in 3-shift operations. ...
It’s good when small things become a big success. That’s true for the Hainbuch mini chucks which until now haven’t had full compatibility with the Hainbuch modular system.
Good news. Hainbuch new Mini Chucks can configure with both round Spanntop and...
A real safety breakthrough in new wedge clamping technology for presses and punches was recently announced by the ROEMHELD Group (GmbH). The wedge clamp innovation boasts a patented bolt with positive-locking safety step, which can safely hold even heavy top...
Sealed 6-jaw chuck with pendulum compensation
Long time supplier to Romheld Automation, SCHUNK has expanded its product range for clamping deformation-sensitive workpieces with a sealed 6-jaw pendulum compensation power lathe chuck.
No surprise at this...
"By solving for the human hand in robotics, Soft Robotics’ team of engineers and data scientists are transforming robotics, opening up applications where they could never exist before.”— Carl Vause
CAMBRIDGE, MA, USA, November 9, 2017...