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Robotics Association Benelux - IFR Industry Association Member

Activities 2010

Since the formation of the Robotics Association Benelux (RAB) in September 2007, a lot of effort has been put in brand awareness, expansion of members and sponsors, the organisation of successful events and the development of the RAB Robotics Safety Mark.

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RIA, USA - IFR-Industry Association

Robot Orders Down 30% Through September

North American robotics companies saw orders for new robots decline 30% in units and 43% in dollars in the first nine months of 2009, according to new figures from Robotic Industries Association (RIA), the industry's trade group.

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ABB, Sweden - IFR-Partner

ABB launches combined robot and linear gantry unit for increased flexibility.

ABB's robot range is expanded to offer a 150kg payload capacity gantry mounted robot for materials handling and machine tending applications.

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Stäubli, France - IFR-Partner

Stäubli presents its new high-speed SCARA TS80 robot

Stäubli has now introduced an ultra-fast and precise 4-axis robot series with speed ranging up to 100 picks per minute. With over 100 picks per minute, the high performance of the TS80 is predestined for a wide range of applications where speed is coupled with precision.

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Valk Welding, Netherlands - IFR-Partner

Valk Welding received the RAB Robot Safety Mark

Valk Welding received in Eindhoven from the RAB (Robotics Association Benelux) the RAB Robot Safety Mark. Valk Welding received this unique safety document because she is working according to the strict norms which are initiated by the RAB.

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Dürr, Germany - IFR-Partner

Dürr Campus dedicated

In the presence of Baden-Württemberg's minister president, Günther Oettinger, and 200 guests, Dürr has dedicated its new headquarters in Bietigheim-Bissingen on October 14, 2009. The Dürr Campus stands for open communication, efficient operational processes, and an energy-saving approach to resources.

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KUKA Roboter, Germany - IFR-Partner

Sparks fly in Essen

A streamlined welding expert with outstanding dynamic performance. A dream partnership that redefines teamwork in the welding industry. And a sophisticated process world in which the sparks flew - once again, KUKA Roboter GmbH came up with something special for visitors to its booth at SCHWEISSEN & SCHNEIDEN.

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KUKA, Germany - IFR-Partner

KUKA offers the metal industry a wide range of automation solutions

Welding, cutting, stamping, bending, drilling, joining, milling, handling, monitoring, measuring, folding; polishing pot lids, sharpening knives. No matter what processes are to be mastered, KUKA has a solution for the metal industry. Today fenders, tomorrow facades, the next day steel tubing. The versatility of KUKA robots makes them interesting for any type of metalworking application.

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Valk Welding, Netherlands - IFR-Partner

Valk Welding expands Replacement Program to all robot brands

Valk Welding brings retired robots to their "last resting place". Valk Welding has started this spring the replacement program with Panasonic welding robots. The successful exchange program replaces industrial robots who have reached their "Retirement age".

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Kawasaki Robot, Germany - IFR-Partner

SLC Depalletizing

Automatic position detection of SLCs - One core problem in connection with the automation of depalletizing processes is the safe detection of the objects of various shapes, sizes and surfaces as well as of different positions and alignments. 

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