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Thread: Industrial robots, KUKA AG, Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany

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    KR 3 AGILUS - Maximum Performance

    Published on May 2, 2016

    PRODUCT PREVIEW: The KR 3 AGILUS is ideal for use in 600 x 600 mm automation cells since it enables automation in confined spaces and reaches maximum performance in minimum space.

    Thanks to its intelligent design, the KR 3 AGILUS is cost-effective, requires minimal maintenance and is highly reliable. The KR 3 AGILUS is optimized for the production of the smallest components and products. For example, for applications such as the assembly of small parts, Pick & Place, screw fastening, brazing, adhesive bonding, packaging, testing & checking and much more.

    Wherever minimum cycle times and maximum output in production are needed, the KR 3 AGILUS – one of the fastest robots in its class – is ideally suited for the task.

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    Explore the robotic smart factory of the future - KUKA @ Hannover Fair 2016

    Published on May 10, 2016

    A video in our Hannover Fair 2016 movie series.

    Come along with us as we explore our digital ambitions for the future of industrial automation. The KUKA booth at Hannover Fair 2016 was THE place to learn about smart factories, connecting robots and other automation equipment to the cloud, the benefits of machine learning and big data for optimized production, new easier robot programming methods, flexible methods of matrixed production, as well as some new KUKA robots and how it all fits into the 4th industrial revolution - Industrie 4.0.

    In this video we dive into the details surrounding the complete smart factory we set up in our booth - a unique demo that nobody else could match in all of Hannover Fair 2016 - showcasing how the integrated KUKA technologies from every one of our different divisions provide the solutions to modern production challenges that our customers are increasingly concerned with.

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    MILLER and KUKA cooperate for Industrie 4.0 welding solutions

    Published on May 11, 2016

    Miller Electric Mfg. Co., a member of the Wisconsin trade delegation that attended Hannover Fair 2016, has signed a memorandum of understanding with KUKA Robotics to cooperate in each company’s respective markets to deliver Industry 4.0 arc welding technologies.

    The Insight Centerpoint™ 9.0 solution from Miller provides real-time welding process control for automated welding systems and KUKA is a market leader in robotics and automation.

    Tim Temby, group president of Miller’s parent company, Illinois Tool Works Inc., said, “KUKA and Miller have worked together to make the integration process between our equipment fast and easy. We have created packages that provide everything needed for automated arc welding applications.”

    The goal of the memorandum of understanding, according to Stefan Lampa, CEO of KUKA Robotics in Germany, is to increase operational efficiency for each company’s customers with arc strike robots.

    Mark Hogan, secretary and chief executive officer of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC), which organized the trade mission and provided support to participating Wisconsin delegation members and exhibitors, said, “Increasing the global adoption of technologies developed by Wisconsin companies is a primary objective of WEDC’s international business development ventures. The partnership formed between Miller Electric and KUKA today underscores the healthy trade relationship Wisconsin enjoys with Germany and demonstrates the strong potential for new business opportunities for Wisconsin companies in overseas markets.”

    Hogan was joined by U.S. Department of Commerce Deputy Under Secretary for International Trade Kenneth Hyatt in observing the memorandum signing, which incorporated this video demonstration of Miller Electric’s and KUKA’s products working together to digitize and weld Temby’s and Lampa’s signature on an actual shop floor.

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    Volkswagen factory of the future - humans and robots working together

    Published on Jun 17, 2016

    A video in our Hannover Fair 2016 video series. We talked with our long time partners at Volkswagen during Hannover Fair to get an inside look at their research into human-robot collaboration and how that will redefine vehicle production at VW over the coming years. It's a paradigm change in the world of automation.

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    Flexible and Portable Robotic Machine Tending Solution

    Published on Jul 18, 2016

    At Dannoritzer Medizintechnik, wbt automation has delivered an innovation solution to handle small batch machining operations using a portable robotic cell with a KUKA KR AGILUS. Each machine, in this case a Haas VF-2SSYT, is equipped with fixtures that the MRC flextray system can be docked to. It's as easy as wheeling the cell up to the machine center and clicking start.

    The pallets on the system are loaded with blanks or semi-finished parts and fed into the robotic cell. The KR AGILUS small robot opens the drawer containing the pallets, removes the parts and places them in the clamping fixture. Once they have been machined, the robot removes them again and sets them back down on the pallet.

    “The parts are accessible for inspection and various parameters can be monitored to ensure process reliability without having to interrupt the automation,” explains Production Manager Julian Dannoritzer. The robotic cell can process up to four drawers, each with two component-specific pallets, and is thus also highly suitable for small and medium batch sizes. Individual expansions can be easily tailored to specific customer requirements.

  6. #26

    KUKA @ BI-MU 2016 - Milan, Italy

    Published on Dec 5, 2016

    Recapping KUKA Italy's presence at BI-MU 2016, a trade show for metal forming and metal cutting machines, robots, automation and auxiliary technologies, held at Fiera Milano. Come along and take a booth tour in this video created by our colleagues in Italy.

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    Helping small and medium enterprises to automate with robots

    Published on Jan 23, 2017

    KUKA Robotics was proud to have played a large role in the SMErobotics research project to develop novel methods to help small and medium enterprises cost-effectively automate production and manufacturing with robots.

    Over two-thirds of European workers in manufacturing are employed in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Their primary means of competition is to respond rapidly to changing production needs and to keep product quality at a very high level.

    While robots are able to carry out repetitive tasks to a high standard, currently they largely do not meet the demands of SMEs for high flexibility. Today’s robots know only their nominal task, which limits their ability to deal with frequent changes in the manufacturing process.

    For the operation of robots in an SME environment, which is typically less structured and involves more uncertainties than large-scale or mass-production industries, the currently available solutions result in overly complex system integration.

    Instead, cognitive abilities should be included in the equipment and cognition should take place in both the robot and the human, such that the worker’s knowledge can be fully utilised and productivity demands can be met. Additionally, the concepts and symbols used in dialogues need to have a common grounding in order to guarantee ease of use.

    In this video we provide an overview and review of the SMErobotics project in which KUKA was intimately involved.

  8. #28

    Makino iAssist uses KUKA Mobile Robot for complete machine tending solution

    Published on Dec 26, 2017

    iAssist is the first of its kind autonomous and collaborative robot designed especially for the machine-tool industry. This state-of-the-art solution is a collaborative initiative between KUKA and Makino.

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