SAS Automation introduces ABG-25 adjustable bag gripper
This innovative gripper uses stainless steel fingers for both strength and their ability to withstand harsh manufacturing environments. A decker mechanism is designed to facilitate an accurate bag placement--crucial for a tightly packed pallet. In less than 30 seconds, the tool’s bag width can be changed from 7.25 to 21 inches.
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ProSoft announces ProSoft Connect IIoT platform
The service features EasyBridge technology, enabling users’ PCs to connect to the remote network, and letting software tools such as RSLinx,...
RedViking to introduce Argonaut MES at IMTS 2016
Argonaut lets users install only the manufacturing apps they need, only where they need them and control them from a central location.
Laird introduces the BL652 BLE module
The BL652 is a fully-integrated, stand-alone BLE and NFC solution ideal for a number of applications including EIoT devices in industrial or...
Phoenix Contact releases FAME 3 test system
The system’s touch-safe design, with automatic current transformer (CT) short-circuit function, ensures a high degree of safety for test and...
SEPAC announces Thin Spring Engaged Brake
The TSEB is ideal for a wide range of OEM applications, including: servo motors/systems, medical apparatus, robotics and imaging equipment,...
FANUC America announces Mike Cicco as President and CEO
Cicco joined FANUC in 1999 and has held a variety of management positions. As President and CEO, Cicco will have responsibility for all of the...
Daifuku North America moves to new Michigan headquarters
The 76,889 square-foot facility will house over 300 employees including engineers, project managers, sales, customer service and administrative...
ABB announces 2016 North American Robotics Value Provider Award winners
The awards were presented during ABB’s annual Robotics Value Provider Conference on June 9th in Atlanta, GA.
Should Robots Be Outfitted with Self-Defense?
By Rick Delgado, Freelance Technology Commentator
As robots become more prevalent and capable, they’ll likely require bigger investments from...
Peratech announces Michael Levin as Chief Commercial Officer
Levin joins Peratech from Synaptics, where he was a Senior Business Manager and led initiatives to introduce keyboard and automotive products....