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ducumentation

NEWMEN: our partner in France offers automation solutions with robolinkĀ® joint arms

Martin Raak | 11. January 2013

Mathieu Charles has founded a company NEWMEN in France. He offers complete automation solutions by using our robolink® components. Please find attached a link to his website www.newmen.fr , current pdf-flyers and a link to a youtube video with an example application. YOUTUBE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHy1eltKCrY 0 0

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robolinkĀ® 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 joints and grippers

Martin Raak | 5. December 2012

Some words about grippers in combination with our robolink joint arms: Different grippers can be attached to our arm tubes. One common solution are pneumatic grippers. They are (often) lightweight and not so expansive. We can adapt several grippers from SCHUNK, FESTO, GIMATIC, FIPA and others easily. Please ask us. Also suction systems are (usually) […]

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robolink technical documentation (*.pdf)

Martin Raak | 22. September 2012

Our robolink articulated arms work according to the modular system. Every customer can configure “his” articulated arm. Many new products were developed in the course of recent years and data sheets alongside them. Here is now a pdf document, in which all (?) important answers to potential questions have been summarized. Configuration of articulated arms, […]

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Film clip on robolink modular system

Martin Raak | 5. September 2012

In addition to the written documentation which I published yesterday (pdf, 28 pages), here is a short video post, where some points are explained “live” (about 4 1/2 minutes). The commercial is in English, so if you have a weakness for “German English” with little hitches, you shouldn’t miss it … 0 0

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