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robolink® angle Sensors (general description and technical details)

Martin Raak | 8. January 2013

First of all I want to thank all robolink® users and customers for interesting projects in 2012 and wish you all a happy and exciting new year 2013. The last year brought us projects from USA, China, India, Japan, Austria, France, Slovenia, Turkey, Macedonia, Italy, England, Switzerland, Poland, Brazil, Great Britain, and the Netherlands (besides […]

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robolink as camera crane

Martin Raak | 6. December 2012

Our customer “Kuno Seebaß Medienproduktion” in Germany was one of our earlier beta testers. He built this nice camera crane with our joints. His aim is to optimize it now with more igus components. I like the video because it shows nicely our possibilities with robolink in these applications. Please visit also Kuno Seebaß’ website:  […]

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Speed 5DOF arm with IME (igus® motion editor)

Martin Raak | 26. October 2012

At MOTEK and FAKUMA we have shown for the first time our new IME software. A common question from many prospective customers was: “How fast can I position with it?” Admittedly, the speeds of the arm shown there were not exactly breathtaking. Now that we have once again optimized the program a little, here is […]

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Company FAUDE GmbH shows an “intelligent assisting arm” with robolink at MOTEK:

Martin Raak | 17. October 2012

Company Faude GmbH from Gärtringen has equipped a robolink articulated arm as manual assistant for the data analysis. This allows customers to leave contours and read out robot coordinates and speeds. This is then used in the next step for the dosing of media (e.g. glue) in semi-automated workstations. Faude GmbH offers this arm as […]

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First self-programmed pick & place applications with our new software

Martin Raak | 24. September 2012

At the MOTEK 2012 in Stuttgart, we are presenting a new robolink software with which the customer can program simple applications with our robolink articulated arms (see picture: screenshot of the programming interface):    The program was developed by Professor Behnke of the Institute of Computer Science, University of Bonn. His team is the current […]

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