Posts Tagged with ‘Robots’

A New Collaborative Robot

July 10, 2015

FANUC America Corporation recently introduced a new collaborative robot. FANUC CR-35iA is a new robot that was designed to work safely in a shared workspace with humans, and does not require the use of safety fences. The robot can work alongside humans in applications requiring heavy and repetitive lifting, including: machine tending, handling heavy payloads, higher […]

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New Robot to Change the Face of Manufacturing

March 21, 2015

Sawyer is a new robot that is set to significantly improve the manufacturing industry. Developed by Boston’s Rethink Robotics, the robot is expected to increase efficiency, safety, and productivity in factories. Sawyer weighs in at 41.9 lbs, stands at 3.3 feet tall, features one arm, and is more flexible than other robots. It was created […]

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Oakton Students Take “Oaktimus Prime” to 7th Place in NASA Robot Contest

June 30, 2014

Congratulations go out to Oakton Community College for their strong performance in NASA’s fifth annual Mining and Robotic Competition. The group, made up of nine Oakton students, came in 7th place in the contest, with their “Oaktimus Prime” (a great name!) robot. This remote-controlled excavator robot collected an impressive 49 kilograms of simulated lunar dirt, […]

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