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Customer Application FH Bielefeld (GER)

Martin Raak | 14. February 2018

A group of bachelor graduates developped an automated 3D game with robolink® (4 axis RL-D-RBT-3322-BC-AE in this case). They used Beckhoff control electronics for the complete unit. For more information please contact Prof. Dr. Thomas Freund: thomas.freund@fh-bielefeld.de 0 0

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Customer application with robolink® with DC motors

Martin Raak | 2. February 2018

Company RoVi Robot Vision uses our small version 5 DOF robolink® arm with DC motors for their Demo of a camera-based sensorless robot arm, more info: http://www.rovi-robotics.de/ https://youtu.be/EeeWOamXSj4 0 0

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FAKUMA 2017, Automation unit at Dr Boy booth

Martin Raak | 8. November 2017

At the FAKUMA trade show, our supplier and partner DR. BOY (http://www.dr-boy.de/) presented an injection moulding process. The automated handling of the products is operated by a 4 DOF robolink® joint arm RL-D-RBT-5532-BC (igus standard product) together with a CPR control unit (http://cpr-roboter.de/produkte/igusrobot.html). 0 0

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Calculation of Inverse Kinematics for individual robot arms

Martin Raak | 30. October 2017

An interesting, unusual problem solution to the calculation of complicated Robolink® movements is offered by www.RoBo-mac.de The program, a Mathematical 3D joint Toolbox controls Direct and Inverse Kinematics, all parameter and measurements “of your robolink® arm” can become basic inputs of the calculation. The program tool not only calculates “Pick & Place” final positions, but also individual […]

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Customer application Albis Plastic at FAKUMA 2017

Martin Raak | 23. October 2017

ALBIS is an igus customer and supplier: https://www.albis.com/ At FAKUMA fair, they presented a very nice “demo plastic factory”, using our 4 DOF robolink® arm RL-D-RBT-3322-BC as manipulator. The complete project has been realised by the training workshop at Albis (“AZUBI” project). Very nice demonstration!         0 0

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