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This month is our Robots & Automation special feature, which includes all of the recent news on this topic....
Shortage of skilled workers, difficult delivery conditions and high energy costs: German SMEs are struggling with major challenges. According to a global survey by the Manpower Group, 75% of all entrepreneurs said they had difficulty filling positions. The use of industrial robots is intended to provide a remedy.
When leading ice sculpture constructor and supplier Design Ice Norway needed a tool capable of creating intricate designs but also robust enough to easily cut through huge ice blocks, they turned to CNC Robotics. The 6-axis KUKA robot was installed in their freezing hall in Norway and works effectively and
continuously in harsh sub-zero temperatures.
Wild & Küpfer AG needed a solution to involve robots handling trays, positioning and orientating parts, and inspecting the final assembly.
The six-axis FANUC robots they invested in contribute added value to assembly line automation due to their reliability and good value for money.
Leading handling equipment supplier Vacucom has announced the enhancement of its product portfolio with a
new, comprehensive range of end-of-arm tooling components. This product line is from Vacucom’s new supply partner, CRG.
The company can also design, build, and test entirely bespoke EOAT solutions tailored to your specific application.
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