Articles & News on Discrete Manufacturing & Machine Control
Kaman Distribution, a leading value-added distributor of bearings, power transmission, automation, and fluid power products, celebrates its milestone of 50 years in business.
Multi-pick end effector solution wins for pick-and-place robotics technology in logistics.
Wyzo, the World’s First Direct-drive Sidebot, Opens Opportunities for US Producers at PACK EXPO Las Vegas
Revolutionary approach to pick-and-place offers unrivaled speed, flexibility and ease of use.
Lynx Software Technologies and the CODESYS Group announce a technology partnership to bridge IT and OT worlds in mission-critical industrial environments.
- by Renee Bassett
The ISA Global Cybersecurity Alliance (ISAGCA), along with admeritia GmbH, announced that it is a contributing organization for the release of the “Top 20 Secure PLC Coding Practices.” This article was originally published in InTech's July/August issue.
- by Andrea Pufflerova
Vision-guided robotics deploying 3D machine vision has become the cornerstone of the global race for greater automation. In contrast to 2D vision systems, which can only provide 2-dimensional output images without depth information, 3D vision technologies are able to cope with the intricacies of the 3-dimensional space, delivering a 3D point cloud with X, Y, and Z plane data.
The mechatronics and automation innovator will showcase packaging industry updates in PC-based control, IIoT, drive technology and EtherCAT networking solutions.
Orders for manufacturing technology totaled $490.3 million in June 2021, according to the latest U.S. Manufacturing Technology Orders report published by AMT–The Association For Manufacturing Technology.
Prudent American Technologies, a premier USA-based contract manufacturer of highly engineered injection molded plastics and precision machined products, is pleased to announce the addition of Eric Jackson as business development manager, Aerospace.
- by Claudia Jarrett
In recent years, there has been a global shortage of welders. The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) reports that almost 81% of manufacturers can’t find enough skilled welders to meet their needs. Thankfully, automation can help fill the gap. Here, Claudia Jarrett, US country manager at automation parts supplier EU Automation, explains why cobots may be the solution to the world’s welding shortage.
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