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Into a new era together  (14. Apr 2014)
Augsburg-based robot and system builder KUKA is focusing on human-robot collaboration, i.e. safe cooperation between humans and robots, at AUTOMATICA 2014 in June.
Jonas Glimdén New CEO of KUKA Nordic AB  (14. Mar 2014)
In January 2014 Jonas Glimdén took over as new CEO of KUKA Nordic AB.
KUKA inaugurates new robot production facility in Asia  (10. Mar 2014)
Following the start-up of its new production facility in Shanghai, KUKA celebrated its opening in the company of guests from China and abroad. At center stage was one of the best-known Germans in China: table tennis star Timo Boll.
KUKA holds movie premiere  (07. Mar 2014)
KUKA celebrates the opening of its new robot production plant in Shanghai on March 11th.
Expert lecture on “moiros” concept study  (17. Feb 2014)
When the robot moves to the workpiece – mobile industrial robotics is making its way into our everyday work
German Ace for Asia  (24. Jan 2014)
Shanghai/Augsburg, January 2014 – The Augsburg-based robot and automation company KUKA has won the German table tennis player Timo Boll as brand ambassador in China. Boll is rated among the most popular sports stars in China and will represent the brand KUKA in his second athletic home country.
KUKA robot receives prestigious industrial design award  (07. Jan 2014)
KUKA Robotics has won one of the most prestigious honors in Industrial Design: the Good Design Award. The KUKA robot KR 270 QUANTEC ultra was awarded end of last year in the category "Robotics / Bionics".
Zurich/Augsburg, December 2013 – KUKA robots have inspired the watchmaker SEVENFRIDAY to put a watch with the KUKA look and feel on the market. For a short time now, “SEVENFRIDAY P1-03 Automation Orange” has been available from the company’s online shop.
The KR AGILUS Waterproof – immune to dirt and water  (17. Dec 2013)
Robots don’t always have it easy. They have to do their jobs in the dust and dirt – not to mention reliably and with utmost precision. All this in tough environments such as machine tools as well, where they are challenged by major stresses like swarf, cooling lubricants, oil or water spray.
When robots make art  (12. Dec 2013)
The works of art by acclaimed Israeli industrial designer and artist Yaron Elyasi can now be produced by a KUKA robot: what was once a one-off creation now forms the basis for industrially manufactured designer objects. For Elyasi, it’s a dream come true: “Robot-based automation enables the consistent production of multiple units, whereas manual methods previously only allowed individual items to be made.”
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