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Slideshow: Packaging Robots Become Superhuman
10/24/2013

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Here's the claw end of a robot arm. ABB's FlexGripper can be adjusted to pick up a wide range of items, large or small.  (Source: ABB)
Here’s the claw end of a robot arm. ABB’s FlexGripper can be adjusted to pick up a wide range of items,
large or small.
(Source: ABB)

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far911
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Re: All the packaging robots
far911   10/25/2013 4:56:07 AM
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Hoe effectively they will perform will be an issue and the on the contrary we be needing engineers for there maintanence,so ROBOTICS engineering is key of FUTURE.

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Re: All the packaging robots
Charles Murray   10/24/2013 7:59:42 PM
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When it was in Chicago last year (Pack Expo rotates between Chicago and Las Vegas), the noticeable aspect of the show was the robotics. Walking the floor, it would be easy to think you're at a robotics show.

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All the packaging robots
Rob Spiegel   10/24/2013 10:56:42 AM
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It was quite a sight to see a whole landscape of packaging robots at PackExpo. The robots have taken over this industry.

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