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Yaskawa, Germany - IFR Robot Supplier member

New Motoman robots at Schwei├čen & Schneiden - Slim and fast

At the Schwei├čen & Schneiden trade fair Yaskawa presented new 6-axis robots for arc welding, handling, laser welding, cutting and surfacing: the Motoman MA1440, MH12 and MC2000.

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RIA, USA - IFR Industry Association

North American Robotics Shipments Grow in 2013 While New Orders Contract

Following a strong year in 2012, the North American robotics market recorded its best year ever in 2013 in terms of robot shipments, according to new statistics from Robotic Industries Association (RIA), the industry's trade group.

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RIA, USA - IFR Industry Association

2014 RIA Board of Directors Election Results Announced

The 2014 RIA Board of Directors election results were announced during the Robotics Industry Forum in Orlando, Florida. Stu Shepherd, CEO - Americas, KUKA Robot Group, was named the new Chairperson.

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Reis Robotics, Germany - IFR-Partner

More quality in mold construction - spotting presses from Reis Robotics

Reis scores points again in the Hessian center for model builders and toolmakers. Metal processing companies have a long history in central Hesse. Therefore, we have a renowned center here for mold and toolmakers. In order to meet highest quality requirements, the most successful companies use spotting presses in this field.

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Schunk, Germany - IFR Partner

7th SCHUNK Expert Days on Service Robotics

The varying disciplines of service robotics at different speeds: Many new ideas fail in the early stage of development, while others celebrate market successes. SCHUNK, the competence leader for clamping technology and gripping systems dedicates the 7th SCHUNK Expert Days on Service Robotics to these successful concepts.

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Fanuc Robotics, UK - IFR Partner

The Brains Behind An Effective Robot Solution

Since the development of the first robot in 1959*, which was controlled by a programme on a magnetic drum, robots and their controllers have come a long way. However, one thing remains the same - the robot would be useless without its 'brain', the controller.

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Fanuc Robotics, UK - IFR Partner

Set Your Sights on an Integrated Vision Solution

Robots are increasingly finding applications in the food sector - for pick-and-place product handling applications as well as their more well used application, helping to increase end of line productivity by speeding up packaging and palletising capabilities.

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Kuka, Germany - IFR Robot Supplier member

Small KUKA robot defies water and dirt

The agile KR AGILUS is showing itself to be the all-rounder for small spaces in all environments. The compact member of the KUKA robot family is characterized by its speed, short cycle times and high level of precision and safety. At EMO 2013, the waterproof model receives its premiere - ideal for the use at or in machine tools.

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RIA, USA - IFR Industry Association

Automate 2015 Launches New Website www.AutomateShow.com

Automate 2015 show organizers launched a new website for the event. The new address is: www.AutomateShow.com. Automate 2015 will be held March 23-26, 2015 at McCormick Place in Chicago. The new website is the place for exhibitors, attendees and the media to find news and information about the trade show and conference.

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Fanuc Robotics Europe - IFR Partner

Robots come of age in the food industry

The use of robotics has been widespread in many sectors where fast and accurate assembly has been a top priority, yet up until recently UK food manufacturers have been slow to adopt robotics, perhaps due to concerns over fear of the unknown, perceived long payback period and lack of application understanding.

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