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High pressure with adjustable angle can achieve so much more

Specialised Drones delivering High Pressure Cleaning Solution

Robotic joints, which are sometimes known as axes, are the moveable parts of a robot that cause relative motion between adjacent links. These links refer to the rigid components that connect the joints to ensure their proper and straightforward operation. To guarantee precision and accuracy while using a robot, it is crucial to check that the joints are operating as intended. This article gives a detailed explanation of robotic joints, and the types of robots and mechanical joints used in robotic technology.

Robotic Joint: How Robotic Solution is Boosting Efficiency

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During busy times, Noms Bake Shop make 10,000 decorated cookies a day. “If there are 10 people on a shift, that’s a thousand cookies each. Leaning over a table while squeezing a piping bag all day long would cause decorators pain and discomfort.

How Noms Bake Shop solved their staff shortage problem

Franka Emika Robots are serving up mocktails, coffees and soft drinks to technology fans in Switzerland at the Smyze Robotic Bar. Thirsty customers simply order drinks via a touchpad and the robot then launches into action preparing the desired beverage.

Frank Emika Robots Deliver the Smyze Robotic Bar

Franka Emika robots helped create the 2020 Philip Plein Digital Runway Show. The video and photoshoot replaced the usual city-based fashion show that was cancelled due to the Corona pandemic.

Franka Emika Helps Capture Philip Plein Digital Runway Show

Franka Emika GmbH from Munich has developed the world's first automated corona test station. With the use of a specially developed cobot, the test station enables people to get tested without any human interaction.

Automated corona tests with robots and the item X series

This paper is about fast slosh-free fluid transportation. Existing approaches are either computationally heavy or only suitable for specific robots and container shapes.

A Solution to Slosh-free Robot Trajectory Optimization

In this video, we can see a Franka Emika Robot packing a mobile phone. The robot is able to be trained in the task using intuitive mimicry, and then it is able to repeat the task without break, theoretically indefinitely.

Product Packing With Automated Robot

PCB testing requires high quantities (up to several tens of thousands) of printed circuit boards for in-circuit testing need to be inserted into a manual test fixture then removed after testing is complete.

Benefits of PCB Testing with robots

Touch screen user interface is ubiquitous on everything from smartphones, and laptops to ATMs. In this video, the Franka Emika robot tests the touchscreen functionality of two phones.

Franka Emika robot touchscreen device testing

In this video, the Franka Emika Robot is moving blank sheet metal into the machine where it is pressed.

Franka Emika Robot completing Automated press brake loading

Technology for creating 3D force and proximity sensors based on silicone, offering also the ability to customize shape and characteristcs. Key application is in collaborative robots

3D-shaped mechanically-compliant soft force, pressure, or proximity sensor with ease of integration and good reliability data?

The Franka Emika cobot end joint allows for limitless rotation, which is ideal for screw driving. It can be used directly in a screw driving application due to the built-in force/torque sensing.

Franka Emika For Screwing and Inspection

As seen in the video, the Franka Emika cobot is being tested for compliance. The Franka Emika Robot features seven degrees of freedom (DoF) and seven axes of motion, which allows the cobot to move as quickly as a human hand.

Franka Emika Robot Compliance Test

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