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Southern Manufacturing & Electronics

Farnborough, Hants(GU14 6XL)

11/02/2020 - 13/02/2020

Southern Manufacturing and Electronics is the most comprehensive annual industrial exhibition in the (more)

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Mitsubishi launches new robot model at SPS 2019
Mitsubishi Electric is completing its range for robotics beginners and cost-conscious users with the MELFA RV-8CRL articulated arm model, which was shown for the first time in Europe at SPS 2019. This robot is an addition to the RH-CH Series SCARA robots, which also cater for low-to-medium (more...)
Mobile robot moves payloads up to 250kg
Omron as launched a new mobile robot, the LD-250. With a payload capacity of 250kg, the LD-250 is the strongest and newest addition to the company’s LD series of mobile robots. Together with the Fleet Manager, which enables the control of multiple mobile robots with different payloads through (more...)
Collaborative or cooperative: which type of robot suits your needs best?
Barry Weller, product manager at Mitsubishi Electric, looks at the key features of collaborative and cooperative robots and how to quickly identify the best system for an intended application. Robots are becoming increasingly easy to use, more economical and suitable for a higher number of (more...)
Robot versus knot – it’s a tie
The applications for robots and automation continue to grow as the technology becomes ever more capable and flexible. Add innovative design concepts to the mix and it is now possible to achieve tasks that were once the strict domain of the human. A system designed to tie knots automatically clearly (more...)
Food cutting becomes a piece of cake
A fully automated inline cell for cutting and slicing food of any size and shape on the fly is bringing maximum performance, flexibility and productivity to the food sector. Competition in the food industry is fierce and the fast pace of business and development means that any advantage can have a (more...)
RARUK demonstrates robot solutions at PPMA 2019
From entry-level products through to complete turnkey solutions, the RARUK Automation product programme enables the company to partner with OEMs, systems integrators and manufacturers to provide innovative, application-specific automated solutions. This is a company that truly provides automation (more...)
Functional safety
A safety related control function is one of the measures that makes a contribution to the overall reduction of risk with machinery. As digitalisation and automation progress, so electrical, electronic or programmable electronic systems (E/E/PES) are used increasingly in the field of safety (more...)
Smart automation
Mark Gray of Universal Robots tackles fears surrounding smart automation and artificial intelligence. The concept of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and smart automation are being thrown around more and more frequently in the manufacturing sector. These are divisive in nature and have led to the (more...)
Trust igus for low cost automation
The ‘spinning jenny’ is hailed as revolutionising the weaving industry, spinning multiple balls of yarn at the same time. Speed is still our industry’s most pressing requirement today – the higher the production rate, the lower the cost per unit. As such, igus continues to (more...)
Robots take their pick in plastic moulding application
A Mitsubishi Electric robot, PLC and HMI combination has provided PCE Automation with an ideal solution for its latest take-out system for plastic injection stretch blow moulding (ISBM) machinery. The MK5 which also supports integrated leak testing of plastic containers is based on a Q-series PLC, a (more...)
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