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Low-Cost Automation

igus robot control software: free simulation and cost-effective control of robots

Published on: May 13, 2020

Fast entry into Low Cost Automation using a digital twin in intuitive robot control May 13, 2020 – igus has developed control software for its Low Cost Automation solutions that allows users to easily program their robots. igus robot control is available online, free of charge, and offers the user an easy introduction to automation. […]

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Whether simple or complex: motor control systems for automation

Published on: April 1, 2020

D3 and D1 dryve motor control systems from igus ensure a speedy start-up of linear and rotational systems April 1, 2020 – igus has developed two new cost-effective and easy-to-operate control systems so that users from all areas of industry can quickly start up their motorized drylin® E drive axes. The D3 dryve controls simple […]

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New cable management kit pairs with any cobot arm, optimizes cable protection

Published on: February 11, 2020

Hook-and-loop mounting brackets combined with superior triflex® R plastic cable carrier keep cables, human workers safe February 11, 2020 – Large and mid-sized corporations alike are becoming more interested in automating tedious and repetitive tasks. We are still quite far, though, from fully automated processes and manufacturing and assembly still require some human interaction. It […]

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Vertical instead of horizontal: how motion plastics make agriculture sustainable

Published on: February 6, 2020

Self-lubricating tribo-polymers ensure the reliable operation of vertical farming systems February 6, 2020 – igus plays a major role in the cost-efficient and reliable operation of products used in vertical farming, which is a rapidly growing and promising alternative to conventional methods to produce food for the fast-growing world population. Self-lubricating tribo-polymers from igus, the […]

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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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