Posted: 05/06/2023 03:32:59 p. m. by Craig Rubenstein
Topics: Laboratory Automation, Trade Shows

Integral to individual patient care and the overall health care system, the need for diagnostic testing in lab medicine continues to surge, and more facilities than ever are embracing automation and robotic systems to streamline high-throughput areas of the clinical diagnostic lab. Chronic disorders and infectious diseases are a key driver for this, prompting the need to safely, accurately and timely process samples. Read More

Posted: 16/05/2023 12:13:32 p. m. by Josh Leath
Topics: Arc Welding, Tips and Tools

Once a technology imagined and used for Fortune 500 companies with big assembly lines, robotic automation is now a necessity for most small, medium and large businesses alike to keep competitive. Simple to justify for large quantity runs for automotive and consumer products in the past, today’s cost-effective robots and automation systems are tackling tough jobs for a wide range of applications in nearly every industry. Read More

Posted: 10/05/2023 05:29:38 p. m. by Sarah Mellish
Topics: Trade Shows

Come immerse yourself in cutting-edge technology at the Western Manufacturing Technology Show (WMTS)! Over 75 industry suppliers will be on hand at the Edmonton EXPO Center (Edmonton, AB, Canada) to highlight and demonstrate the latest technologies, including high-performance robotic automation. Plus, attend complimentary presentations and SMART sessions covering timely industry topics and Canada’s business climate. Read More

Posted: 28/04/2023 05:46:54 p. m. by Bill Edwards
Topics: Collaborative, Tips and Tools

With any industrial robot application, adhering to the applicable industry and OSHA safety standards is critical to ensuring the safety of anyone that may interact with it intentionally or unintentionally. This involves performing a task-based risk assessment, ensuring that the prescribed risk reduction measures are correctly chosen through verification, and then tested to ensure that they work as designed by validation. Read More

Posted: 10/04/2023 03:00:00 p. m. by Sarah Mellish
Topics: Education and Training

For robot manufacturers and integrators, many jobs are in the engineering category, but working in robotics can mean more than being an engineer. Most suppliers have positions in sales, marketing, manufacturing, finance, IT, customer service and more. As the industry grows, professionals with varied backgrounds will be needed to maintain the high level of manufacturing execution required to fulfill future demands. Read More