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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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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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Interconnection of the hall sensor (revised and posted on 15/03/12)

Martin Raak | 13. September 2012

The hall sensor Honeywell SS443A has an open collector output. This is intended for connection to a TTL/CMOS circuit – the 10kΩ pull-up resistor is already on the board. In this case no further circuitry is necessary. In our test facilities, we like to apply the output to a 24V controller (e.g. PLC). This can […]

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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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