Wandelbots, the Dresden, Germany-based robotics software developer, announced that it has added FANUC to its portfolio of robotics manufacturers.
MIRAI controller generates robot movements directly and in real time through human demonstration.
FANUC saw strong demand for robots in lithium-ion battery plants due to growth in the electric vehicle market.
FANUC’s CR-35iB is intended to work safely alongside humans in applications that would usually require lift assist devices.
The latest CRX cobots are meant to complement FANUC’s existing line of CR and CRX cobots that now total 11 cobot model variations.
With a 1000 kg payload, a 3,253mm horizontal reach, and a 4,297mm vertical reach the M-1000iA is ready to go to work.
New opportunities are attracting more pioneers of new robotic applications, here are five pitfalls automation industry startups need to avoid.
FANUC America’s LR-10iA/10 robot is designed for machine tending, assembly, dispensing, material removal, picking, packaging and part transfer.
Vention announces recent product partnerships with collaborative robot tool maker OnRobot, along with the addition of the FANUC CRX cobot to the Vention product line.
FANUC America has introduced its LR Mate 200iD/14L, the 10th model in its LR Mate series of tabletop industrial robots. Since the LR Mate Series was launched nearly 30 years ago, it has become one of FANUC’s biggest sellers with 70,000-plus units installed across the world. The LR Mate can handle parts weighing up to…
Japanese robot maker FANUC is investing 26 billion yen ($240 million) into the expansion of its Shanghai, China plant. The company plans to expand the Shanghai facility five-fold over the next three years, through a joint venture that is operated with local player Shanghai Electric Group. The new project covers an area of about 431…
FANUC launches a new feature that enables FANUC CNCs to directly program robots through G-code. This new feature helps to unify the programming of both CNCs and robots, and reduces operator training. FANUC CNCs now have the ability to control connected FANUC robots providing machine tending or other assistance through FANUC’s Quick and Simple Startup…
ATI Industrial Automation has released a slew of end-of-arm tooling kits that are compatible with FANUC’s CRX Series collaborative robot arms. N.C.-based ATI Industrial Automation said the kits include options for automatic tool changing, force sensing, and material removal. They enable tasks such as machine tending, part inspection, surface preparation and more. ATI said the…
Plus One Robotics is combining its machine vision with FANUC America’s robotics for a new e-commerce order-fulfillment system, which FANUC will demonstrate at its Custom Experience Center.
The Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing, or ARM, Institute has selected eight new projects focusing on high-value ways to empower U.S. manufacturers using robotics and automation.
FANUC America has added five-axis workforce training tools to its simulation and CNC Guide offerings, the latter of which is free through September 2020.
From heavy lifting arms to collaborative robots, manufacturing and other industries now have a variety of options, depending on their needs.
FANUC has been quite busy of late. It introduced a line of arc welding cobots at FABTECH in November. And earlier this week it began distributing the mGrip modular gripping system from RBR50 company Soft Robotics. Today at iRex in Tokyo, the world’s largest robotics show, FANUC introduced its series of CRX cobots. There are […]
Soft Robotics has announced that its new mGrip soft robotic grippers will be available worldwide through FANUC’s distribution network. They will also be integrated with FANUC’s products.
Aerobotix announced that it had passed a milestone of installing and integrating 100 FANUC robots, mainly in the aerospace and defense industry.
In this first part of a two-part look at the China robotics scene, the managing director for Asia at STM Stieler updates his observations by looking at causes for the manufacturing slowdown and discussing robot leaders.
The ARM consortium, which is dedicated to advancing the state of robotics for manufacturing and empowering the American workforce, has grown to 200 organizations.