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KUKA Automation + Robotics

Hereward Rise
West Midlands
B62 8AN
United Kingdom

Telephone : 0121 585 0800
Fax : 0121 585 0900
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Kuka to deploy Nokia 5G SA private wireless networking 11/07/2021
KUKA is set to deploy Nokia 5G SA private wireless networking at its Smart Production and Development Center in Augsburg, Germany. Full Story...

Rise of the cobot 16/10/2016
Suzanne Gill takes a look at the cobot. Finding out how safety can be assured and looking at where this new breed of robot is being employed. Full Story...

Efficient robot-based manufacturing 27/08/2013
It takes more than variable speed drives and efficient motors to make a manufacturing system energy efficient. Robot mechanics and the materials chosen for its design will also have an effect on the energy efficiency of a system in motion. Full Story...

Robotic machine solution solves coupling handling issues 24/04/2013
A new custom-designed product handling system, designed and developed by Linkx Systems, and which incorporates a KUKA robot, is delivering productivity gains and enhanced process consistency for MP Eastern, a supplier of anodising and electroplating services. Full Story...

Kuka goes soft on control 28/07/2010
Kuka is controlling its latest generation of robots with Fujitsu Technology Solutions driven computer-based control. The KR C4 robot is based on open industry standards in which complete safety control has been integrated as a software function. Full Story...

Automatica: Assembly, robots, vision trade fair 22/05/2008
Automatica International Trade Fair for Automation: Assembly, Robotics, Vision will take place June 10 to 13, 2008, at the New Munich Trade Fair Centre, to bring together all areas of robotics and automation under one roof. It has been held every two years at the New Munich Trade Fair Centre since 2004. Full Story...

Machine vision applications 01/10/2007
Originally used for inspection, modern digital cameras have combined with high speed communications, increased processing power, and highly articulate robots to extend vision applications into areas that were previously thought impossible. Here are five examples of new technology that would have been impossible five years ago. Full Story...