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Types of E-Stops and How to Use Them

E-stop (emergency stop) push buttons, pull cords, and other e-stop devices are designed to be highly visible through using the standard red and yellow colors. These E-stop buttons and pull cords are positioned throughout the robot system on of variety…

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LR Mate Robot Loading Unloading Kitako-Shimada

Loading Unloading Kitako-Shimada - Load and unload tasks are a very popular application in robotics. In most cases, these jobs have higher levels of safety risks like repetitive motion injuries or burns from removing parts that are too hot. Kitako-Shimada…

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Two Packaging Lines – One Palletizing Station

A food and beverage company wanted to automate their packaging lines with end-of-line palletizing. As their product count increases and pallet patterns get more complicated, the customer saw the need to change their current palletizing process. Customer Challenges – End-of-Line…

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Three Considerations for 3D Bin Picking Applications

Some have called bin picking the “holy grail” of robotic automation and it certainly is all the rage in automation circles. What production manager or plant manager doesn’t want to have unattended machine loading operations, so their increasingly scarce plant…

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Automated Material Handling – Rolls of Insulation

Latest Integration Project Overview - Automated Material Handling – Rolls of Insulation Motion Controls Robotics latest integration project is an automated material handling system for stacking rolls of insulation. This system was designed and integrated for a customer in the…

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FANUC M-10iA Robot Unboxing

Many customers purchasing a new FANUC robot are curious about what comes with the robot. There are basic changes among the different robot models in size of cables and controller, but our robot unboxing video of a M-10iA is a…

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UT Co-op Program Benefits Robotics Industry

Motion Controls Robotics is one of 2,400 companies with the privilege of employing students from the University of Toledo (UT) College of Engineering Co-op program. Motion Controls Robotics fully supports co-op programs because getting young students involved in and excited…

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