RBR50 companies are recognized based on their groundbreaking applications, market influence, and industry potential. The list represents many different levels and facets of the robotics ecosystem. This international compilation spans 10 countries and includes companies ranging from brand-new startups to the biggest robotics makers.
As you may know, we started freeing hands since 2008 and we are glad to be nominated alongside other great names in the industry from around the world. This mention especially motivates us to keep on freeing more human hands from tedious tasks!
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The master would always tell the slave (via modbus registers) when it was ok to perform a task and then would wait to ensure that the slave performed the task before moving onto the next task anytime the two needed to move synchronously then the two would work on separate tasks asynchronously before coming back to synchronous motion.
Here is a video of the simple POC we did for the customer, very simple motions that are not extremely well synchronized but you can get the idea of what is possible.
...actually, we support up to four Grippers on the same arm.
Our new Gripper URCap software upgrade now includes multiple Grippers control. But that’s not all!
Here is the list of new features and bug fixes on the new Gripper URCap:
Support for configuration and programming of up to 4 Grippers on the same UR arm. The Grippers can be moved all together or one at the time.
The Gripper can now be reactivated from the Installation tab.
- The toolbar and Edit Action screen now include buttons to set speed and force to min/max values in one tap.
Watch a video on how to install the Multi-Gripper feature:
Download the new URCaps on our support website.
I have never heard of this and never came across icons that we common to various robots. The different robot companies have their own ways of displaying robot state. Most common is using colors displayed somewhere on the robot teach pendant. Green is running, yellow is paused and red is the protective stop either via Fence or Estop. Note that in the PAUSE state, for an industrial robot you cannot have an operator close to the robot. It needs to be in protective stop for interaction.