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Reduce costs in vending machine construction with reliable components

Andrej Schmidt | 31. March 2020

A vending machine may only cost a little, but must meet a high quality standard. How can costs be reduced without worsening or even improving quality?

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Test new joint with 180° movement (RL-50-003)

Martin Raak | 6. November 2012

The initial endurance tests of the new joint at 180° pivot angle have been running for several days. All our tests run 24/7.  Once as 4DOF system: and once as a pure 2DOF joint with 1.0 kg load:   Vote Up +0 Vote Down -0You already voted!

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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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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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Technical specification for 31 articulated arm options

Martin Raak | 7. August 2012

There are 4 kinds of joints offered by igus® which can be combined to form articulated arms. A pure pivot joint and a pure rotary joint (1 DOF), as well as the original multiple-axis joint for rotating and pivoting (2 DOF) – available in symmetrical (+/-90°) and asymmetrical (+130°/-50°) versions. The combination produces altogether 31 […]

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