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Schunk, USA - IFR Partner

Modular lightweight gripper with long stroke

SCHUNK continues to expand its range of modular long-stroke electric grippers with the LEG 400, which can be used in the metal cutting and automotive industry, along with assembly and handling tasks.

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JARA, Japan - IFR Industry Association Member

iREX 2011 set new record

The International Robot Exhibition (iREX) 2011 proved to be a huge success. The theme of this year's exhibition was "Robot Technology: Making a Future with Robots." The scale of this year's exhibition was the largest ever, with 272 companies and organizations occupying 1,085 booths

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RIA, USA - IFR Industry Association

Robotics Orders Up 41% Through September

North American based robotics companies are enjoying one of their best years ever, with orders up 41% through September. A total of 13,616 robots valued at $848.5 million were ordered in the first nine months by companies in North America.  When orders to companies outside North America are included, the totals are 15,683 robots valued at $968 million.

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RIA, USA - IFR Industry Association Member

News and Service Summary

News and offers from RIA to RIA members and non-members. Find out more ...

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Danish Technological Institute, Denmark - IFR R&D Institute

Danish Remote Handling skills - now consolidated in BSS

The Danish Big Science Secretariat (BSS) assists Danish companies to exploit the opportunities regarding major European tenders on international scientific installations. The technologies in demand are diverse and rangesfrom green tech and buildings through project management to electronics and robot technology.

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Dürr, Germany - IFR-Partner

Dürr sells its six-thousandth painting robot

Dürr's success in robot technology is continuing. The group booked the six-thousandth order for its EcoRP painting robot. The six-thousandth robot is being installed, together with three "colleagues", at Ford's plant in Craiova (Romania).

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Danish Technological Institute, Denmark - IFR R&D Institute

Tractors should drive without drivers

European partners develop autonomous farming vehicles - The romantic picture of a farmer with a straw in his mouth on a chugging tractor in the countryside, will over time become a sight of the past. Agriculture will become automated, and driverless tractors will plough, harrow and seed the fields.

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RIA, USA - IFR Industry Association

North American Robot Orders Jump 41% in First Half of 2011

Second Quarter is strongest quarter in six years - Fueled by its best quarter in six years, the North American robotics industry jumped 41% in the first half of 2011, according to new statistics released by Robotic Industries Association (RIA).

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TAIROA former ROBOAT, Taiwan - IFR Industry Association

Taiwanese Robotics and Automation Associations merged

ROBOAT (Robotics Association Taiwan) and TSMEA (Taiwan Society of Manufacture Engineering and Automation Technology) are now officially operating as TAIROA (Taiwan Automation Intelligence and Robotics Association).

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Panasonic, Germany - IFR Partner

New feature "Weld Navigation" function of the TAWERS technology

Panasonic Robot and Welding Systems Europe present newest function to allow easier and faster welding, as part of the established TAWERS robot systems with integrated welding power source technology. This latest feature, referred to as "Weld Navigation", can be compared to a navigation system in the car.

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