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KUKA at the 2016 K trade fair  (17. Aug 2016)
KUKA Robotics is focusing on application-oriented automation solutions at the 2016 K trade fair for plastics in Düsseldorf. In cooperation with system partners, the robot specialist from Augsburg has developed ready-to-use solutions. From 19 to 26 October 2016, these will be presented to trade fair visitors across an area of 250 square meters at Booth C49 in Hall 12.
Removing the barriers to success: KUKA robots work collaboratively with humans  (10. Aug 2016)
In a Ford Motor Company factory in Cologne, Germany, KUKA's LBR iiwa robot is helping to transform their production line into Industry 4.0 – the 4th industrial revolution – in which humans work hand-in-hand with robots and factories become smarter.
Automated machining of workpieces: KUKA robots as machine tools  (02. Aug 2016)
At Wieland Anlagentechnik GmbH, a KUKA robot from the KR QUANTEC series performs the handling and cutting of workpieces. The KUKA.mxAutomation interface to the Siemens CNC SINUMERIK 840D sl with Run MyRobot ensures simple operator control.
KUKA at AMB 2016  (28. Jul 2016)
Machine tools: robot-based solutions for the metalworking sector
Handling: KUKA KR QUANTEC robot and Boll Automation optimize the unloading of tubes for axle production  (22. Jul 2016)
Automatisierungs-Lösung bei der Daimler AG verkürzt Taktzeiten und eliminiert Stillstand- sowie Rüstzeiten
The new KR 3 AGILUS: the agile lightweight robot  (07. Jul 2016)
KUKA is presenting the newest member of the KR AGILUS family of small robots. The extremely compact KR 3 AGILUS completes the series of small robots.
Handling: KUKA small robot loads and unloads CNC machining centers  (04. Jul 2016)
DANNORITZER Medizintechnik GmbH & Co. KG benefits from use of the KUKA KR AGILUS small robot in the MRC flextray mobile robotic cell developed by wbt automation GmbH & Co. KG
LBR iiwa on tour in Germany  (30. Jun 2016)
Human-robot collaboration (HRC) is playing an ever greater role in production. There are also other fields of application, however. For a project with Vodafone, an LBR iiwa is luring visitors into Vodafone stores in six cities and drawing selfies.
Project at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London: A KUKA robot demonstrates the automated production of fiber composite elements  (22. Jun 2016)
On 17 and 18 June 2016, a KUKA robot manufactured a fiber composite element using carbon and glass fibers before the eyes of the visiting public at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. The lightweight construction material is used for the roof structure of the Elytra Filament Pavilion. Numerous high-profile guests attended the presentation.
Human-robot collaboration (HRC) in medical applications  (17. Jun 2016)
The “Haptic Ultrasound” application is the centerpiece of the KUKA booth at the Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery (CARS) research congress. Every year it brings renowned physicians and engineers together to discuss new trends and developments in the field of medical technology. The expert conference, with its accompanying exhibit, is being held from 21 to 25 June 2016 in Heidelberg. KUKA is presenting the “Haptic Ultrasound” application on site. The lightweight robot LBR also demonstrates the possibilities of human-robot collaboration (HRC) in medical applications.
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