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Unmanned Sailing Vehicle Tested for Data-Gathering Capabilities

Published on: February 3, 2020

With manned research ships getting too expensive, unmanned drones are being evaluated as an alternative.

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Harnessed energy supply systems help create new technology

Published on: January 29, 2020

Machine tool manufacturer DMG MORI has developed a new automatic turning machine with multiple spindles for producing turned and milled parts in both boring and bar machining. Key components to the company’s MULTISPRINT multi-spindle automatic lathes series are readychain harnessed energy supply systems from igus, the Germany-based manufacturer of motion plastics.

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Plane assembly takes swift flight with help from igus® cable guides

Published on: January 27, 2020

A Spanish manufacturer is using industrial robots equipped with cable guides from igus® for quick and efficient riveting of aircraft fuselages on one of the world’s most widely-used planes.

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New Exoskeleton Shoulders Rehab Burden for Stroke Patients

Published on: October 16, 2019

Bob Whitford is not a man who gives up easily, not in his personal or professional pursuits. Whitford, a senior occupational therapist at St. David’s Medical Center in Austin, Texas, lost his arm as a young boy but overcame his disability to achieve success in competitive cycling. He eventually won a bronze medal in cycling […]

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