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CAD CAM integrated robotics, what it means for your production.

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CAD CAM integrated robotics, what it means for your production.

CAD, Computer Aided Design, has been around for as long as robotics, nearly 50 years in development and 30 years in common use. CAD allows analysis, flexibility and fast changes. CAM is Computer Aided Manufacturing, this utilises software to aid manufacturing. Commonly used together: CAD CAM. Industrial robots have a traditionally been programmed manually, that is from point to point by a specialist programmer, movements and functions recorded and played back. Although reliable this is an inflexible method, changes can be made but this can be a complex task. There are a few reasons why this methodology is used, it...

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What's the logo about then?

What's the logo about then?

It started as a robot head, a stylised and simplified one, until it was as simple as possible. It is also an equals sign so hagen=automation. Black and red signify power, competence and technology... apparently.  

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Installation of robots - an industry view of the status quo

Installation of robots - an industry view of the status quo

The installation and programming of robots is often seen as being a complex process for skilled robot engineers and sometimes it is. But in actual fact many robotic applications are straightforward, and depending on the type of robot and the programming interface, can be very fast to get working even for the uninitiated.  Robots' flexibility makes them to some degree complex: the skills of electrician, computer programmer, network engineer, mechanical engineer, designer, choreographer and pilot are all needed to install a traditional industrial robot. Add to this the same robot engineer will probably need to know how to weld, have...

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Robotics news and information

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Robotics news and information

After many years in the robotics and automation industry and selling robots from most of the main brands it has become apparent that a revolution in affordable robotics is about to change manufacturing. A new type of robot is here, fast, flexible, adaptable, easy to use and, most importantly, affordable. Much has been spoken about industry 4.0 and collaborative robotics revolutionising industry but these ideas have still not put automation into the hands of small businesses as the cost barriers have been too high. But, finally, things have changed. We are here to make it easy and inexpensive to automate....

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