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SAN FRANCISCO—Momentum Machines is developing a burger-making robot named Patty that can assemble a cooked burger and bag it in less than 30 seconds.
Ford Motor Co. is investing $100 million globally to install robotic laser inspection technology to improve fit and finish quality at its assembly plants.
CHICAGO—A video showcases some of the robots that were on display at McCormick Place this week.
ODENSE, Denmark—Danish company Universal Robots has introduced a lightweight, flexible robot that can work alongside factory personnel without safety shielding.
MORRISVILLE, NC—German automation supplier SCHUNK is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its North American headquarters here.
DRACHTEN, the Netherlands—A new wave of robots—far more adept than those commonly used by automakers—are increasingly replacing manual labor in assembly operations worldwide.
DUNCAN, SC—Stäubli has developed a new robot that can quickly and accurately mill carbon-fiber-reinforced polymer and other composite materials.
ANN ARBOR, MI—Richard Litt, the founder and chairman of robotics integrator Genesis Systems Group, and Martin Buehler, Ph.D., the former director of research at iRobot Corp., are the winners of this year’s Engelberger Robotics Awards.
Changing even a few, small parts of your assembly process can make a big difference in energy efficiency and operating profit.
ESSLINGEN, Germany—Bird beaks and gecko feet were the inspiration for two new gripper models introduced by Festo.