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Content tagged with Automation & Motion Control posted in April 2008
Robot Paints VW at Hannover Fair
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4/27/2008  Post a comment
Watch this robot in action painting the shell of a VW car.
Arm Robot Shows off Fluidic Muscles
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4/24/2008  Post a comment
Festo shows off an articulated arm robot whose movements derive from 12 of the company’s “fluidic muscle” actuators.
Yaskawa Robots Perform Percussion at Hannover Fair
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4/24/2008  Post a comment
Watch these Yaskawa robots as they display their robotic percussion capabilities at the Hannover Fair in Germany.
The World's Strongest Robot at Hannover Fair
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4/23/2008  Post a comment
KUKA's world's strongest six-axis robot Titan is put to work hoisting an entire car body while a second synchronized robot performed wheel assembly tasks.
Robotic Jellyfish Swim at Hannover Fair
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4/21/2008  Post a comment
They may look whimsical, but the waterborne AquaJelly makes use of mechatronic design practices, control strategies and actuation methods that could have serious engineering implications.




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