Y-Blog

Posted: 7/17/2018 9:48:27 PM by Craig Rubenstein
Topics: Laboratory Automation, Trade Shows

Extremely productive, reliable and flexible equipment is needed for high-volume clinical laboratories to address their specimen processing requirements. Laboratory professionals rely upon automation to assist with rapid identification, preparation and routing of specimens. Read More

Posted: 7/2/2018 10:00:00 AM by Sayre Jeannet
Topics: Collaborative, Custom EOAT, New Technologies, YRC1000

As many manufacturers consider transitioning to a distributed manufacturing system (DMS) for greater production flexibility, the concept of collaborative robotic implementation becomes paramount. A power and force limiting (PFL) collaborative robot (cobot) with sensitive force monitoring capability, like Yaskawa’s six-axis HC10, is an easy-to-use machine with an industrial pedigree that is designed Read More

Posted: 6/27/2018 2:50:27 PM by Keith Vozel
Topics: Bin Picking, Machine Vision, Software

With almost all technology, time is your friend, and time has a habit of improving the state of technology through any number of advances and improvements. These advances affect all aspects of any given device, including the size, price, usability and flexibility for the application of that technology. Innovative improvements in vision are no exception, and vision technology as it relates to robots is even more prominent, renewing interest for the use of Vision Guided Robotics (VGR) in the manufacturing of parts and packaging of goods. Read More

Posted: 4/16/2018 3:12:52 PM by Steve Klopfenstein
Topics: Maintenance, Tips and Tools

Implementing a cutting-edge automation system can deliver exceptional speed and precision, leading to reduced cycle times, increased production volume, and less waste or rework. While the right combination of innovative solutions, tailored to exact application requirements, can deliver transformative results, there comes a time when parts become obsolete, machines break down or process needs change. Read More

Posted: 4/2/2018 9:33:02 AM by Sarah Mellish
Topics: Education and Training, Events

The enthusiasm for automation and STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) related fields continues to grow, bringing optimism to the future of the robotics industry. Regional events like TechFest in southwest Ohio and grassroots activities during National Robotics Week have contributed a new level of excitement to audiences of all ages about the cultural impact robotics will continue to have on society.

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