autopick - The Picking Robot by psb
For some years now, we have been experiencing a robotics hype in intralogistics in trade journals and at trade fairs. Mostly, these are classic six-axis jointed-arm robots, which are looking for their way from production to logistics. The goal: fully automated small parts picking. The main driver here is the labor shortage.More
Furniture assembly with Ensenso N35
Who has not already experienced this: the new piece of furniture is just waiting to be assembled. You put the parts into order, look into the assembly instructions and… it takes longer than expected!
Scientists at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have developed a robot that can independently assemble the individual components of a chair without interruption. The robot consists of an Ensenso N35 3D camera and two robot arms equipped with grippers for picking up objects.More
Pick & Place with 3D camera
Storage of packing for pharmacies - fully automated with 3D technologyMore
Pick & place with HORST
Removing parts from a box in any position and storing them in a sorted manner, and doing so with the greatest possible cost optimization and simplicity!
This was the objective for the demo cell that we set together with Fruitcore Robotics and their HORST for the in-house exhibition of our joint solution partner Staveb Automation in Switzerland.More
Bolt picking x-elect with Mikado
With the new x-elect automatic screw feeding system, Dürr is taking the automation of assembly concepts to the next level.More
Autonomous shaft production with Mikado
Securing Germany as a production location through automation - this could be the headline of the innovative, fully autonomous production line of Schuster Maschinenbau.More