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    ABB Ltd., industrial robotics, Zurich, Switzerland

    Website -

    ABB Group on Wikipedia

    President and CEO - Björn Rosengren

    Projects and products:

    smart cities

    ABB Ability, industrial Internet of Things

    industrial robots

    RoboScreen, robotically controlled video display products

    [email protected], intelligent home control

    YuMi, human-friendly dual arm robot

    RobotStudio, simulation and offline programming software

    Robot IRB 140 PICASSO

    ABB robot playing snooker

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    ABB Robotics - automotive body assembly - ride the line

    Published on Jun 13, 2013

    The assembly of auto car bodies (Body in White) is a complicated task employing a range of high tech processes. In this movie we have bought that process to life by enabling you to "ride the line" and witness at close proximity the range of technologies used. Starting from the transfer of the underbody you will see Gluing, Framing, Spot Welding, Assembly, Materials Handling, Vision Guidance, Laser Brazing, Laser Cutting, Laser Welding, and Polishing. Enjoy the ride.

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    ABB Robotics - Welding skip truck chassis

    Published on Oct 4, 2013

    The Busi Group in Italy identified a need to increase the quality of their fabricated frames and worked with ABB to automate & improve their competiveness using ABB welding robots. Movie features arc welding and assembly of roll on roll off skips containers.

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    ABB Robotics - Welding hedge cutting attachments

    Published on Oct 16, 2013

    UK OEM manufacturer, Shellbourne Reynolds, used to sub contract much of its arc welding needs on its range of hedge cutting tractor attachments. That was before they decided to adopt a "just-in-time" manufacturing philosophy based on a ABB standard FlexArc robot welding cell. Amongst the clear benefits realized are reduced inventory and welding times one third of those previously attained.

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    ABB CEO Ulrich Spiesshofer discusses Q3 2013 financial results

    Published on Oct 23, 2013

    New CEO, Ulrich Spiesshofer, outlines ABB's priorities on growth, collaboration and execution.
    The Q3 2013 financial results show that revenues and operational EBITDA are higher in all divisions and net income is up 10 percent. Base orders return to year-on-year growth and large project awards remain slow.

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    ABB Robotics - Introducing the IRB 6700: 7th Generation Large Robots

    Published on Nov 4, 2013

    The new generation, IRB 6700 family, are the highest performance robots in the 150-300 kg class, and are designed to provide a life time of affordability and reliability. They have has 20 percent lower Total Cost of Ownership thanks to a more robust design, longer service intervals and simplified maintenance.

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    ABB at the eCarTec 2013 in Germany

    Published on Oct 21, 2013

    Learn about some of the challenges and opportunities to a future of sustainable transportation. We've been charging batteries for decades. But connecting those batteries to the grid and making sure charging an e-car is as reliable and convenient as saying "fill it up" is another story.

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    ABB Robotics - Dual Arm Concept Robot at iREX 2013

    Published on Nov 6, 2013

    At iREX 2013 ABB Robotics took the opportunity to show a vision of what dynamic small parts assembly solution could look like in the real-world by presenting just one of the development projects for our Dual Arm Concept prototype robot. The cell on display has been operating in an actual manufacturing environment for many weeks and has assembled tens of thousands of eStop switches for one of our ABB Low Voltage businesses.

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    ABB Robotics - Thermal Spraying with Praxair TAFA

    Published on Nov 13, 2013

    The thermal spray process has been around since the early 1900s, and until recently it was a labor intensive endeavor. Every part was hand sprayed and quality largely depended on the skills of the operator. It wasn't until the late 1990s that robots really began to be accepted and used in the thermal spray industry."

    These days, parts for the aerospace industry are so exacting and complicated that the only way they can be thermal spray coated accurately is through robotics. A coating less than a millimeter thick significantly increases the engine life and temperature limits and, in some cases, engine efficiency.

    "As robot prices started to come down we realized we could use them much more cost effectively than any other solution for accuracy and high quality," says Richard Thorpe, TAFA brand equipment manager. "Today you'll also find surface coatings in petrochemical, industrial gas turbine and other general industry applications."

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    ABB Robotics - Assembly of ABB Low Voltage Circuit Breakers

    Published on Nov 13, 2013

    The ABB SACE factory in Frosinone, south of Rome are reaping the benefits of using ABB robots in the production of their electronic and thermo-magnetic low voltage circuit breakers. The robots are employed in a range of applications producing core compenents and assembling final products. Since they began using robots in 2000 production has doubled without adding additional staff; and they have eliminated wastage and reduced energy usage by 30%

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