Jeff Huerta, Senior VP for Sales at Vecna Robotics, speaks on how successful companies are advancing their operations with fully autonomous material handling equipment, and how some facilities are achieving very quick ROI. He also describes the differences between an AMR and an AGV, and addresses the topic of safety. Lastly, he prescribes ways to get started with this equipment, including what upfront costs companies should be prepared for.
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The new series of handheld 3D scanners is aimed at professionals and small businesses.
ATI Industrial Automation’s QC-7 Robotic Tool Changer is a solution for automatic end-effector exchange.
Chromatic white-light sensor increases options for rapid non-contact scanning, helps electronics and medical manufacturers succeed with emerging technologies
FANUC and Rockwell Automation formed a coalition to address skills gap issues with work and apprenticeship programs.
Today’s machine tools create an enormous amount of data. One way of using this information is to implement automated feedback processes that improve machining operations. In this episode, Alan Rooks, Editor in Chief of Manufacturing Engineering magazine, talks with Scott Mahrle, director of business development for Q-DAS and Hexagon Integrated Solutions, and Frank Krazer, system engineer for Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence, about what automated machine tool feedback is and how it impacts the manufacturing process; how automated machine tool feedback can increase the efficiency of both people and equipment; how it can produce costs savings; and how manufacturers can build workers’ confidence in this process.
Halter CNC Robotics, a CNC automation firm, announced it will be awarding a $2,500 scholarship to a U.S. veteran or active service member who wants to study manufacturing automation, engineering or robotics.
Marposs has launched a new virtual and interactive showroom that highlights its solutions for the gauging, inspection and testing of components manufactured for the electric vehicle market.
Ethernet ports first started appearing on CNC lathes and machining centers more than 20 years ago.
The new five ultra-accuracy models are offered in both 6-axis and 7-axis variants