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OnRobot

Teglvaerksvej 47H
5220 Odense SØ
Denmark

Telephone : +45 53 53 57 37
Email : sales@onrobot.com
Web : https://onrobot.com/


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    Robotic tools make 3D manufacturing process safer(06/07/2021)

    Using robot technology from OnRobot, students built an automation solution that eliminates worker exposure to the nylon powder used for 3D printing and additive manufacturing. Exposure to the nylon powder is harmful as workers may inhale, ingest or accidentally rub it into their eyes while working. The Lancaster students’ solution reduces worker exposure and eliminates associated health risks.

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    OnRobot launches complete plug-and-play intelligent screwdriver(19/06/2020)

    OnRobot announces the release of its smart, complete-out-of-the-box Screwdriver that allows manufacturers to automate a wide range of assembly processes quickly, easily, and flexibly.

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    New food-grade certified Soft Gripper from OnRobot(09/04/2020)

    The new OnRobot food-grade Soft Gripper is able to pick a wide array of irregular shapes and delicate items in food and beverage, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals production, as well as manufacturing or packaging.

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    How cobots are changing the game for food manufacturers(23/01/2020)

    The UK manufacturing sector appears to be in a slump. Traditionally, one of the subsectors lagging behind in terms of automation was food manufacturing. However, this field is now going through some interesting changes.

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    OnRobot launches small but mighty electric vacuum gripper(20/12/2019)

    OnRobot announces the launch of the VGC10 compact electric vacuum gripper, that addresses customer demand for a small, powerful and highly configurable gripper for nearly any application.

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    2020: What’s in store for robotics?(02/12/2019)

    The UK’s relationship with industrial automation has been somewhat troubled – yet fascinating. In the 18th century, Great Britain became the world’s principal commercial nation, taking the lead in the First Industrial Revolution. Fast-forward to the modern day, where industrial robots have taken global factories by storm, and some countries are embracing automation more enthusiastically and successfully than others.

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    Robot compatibility taken to the next level(10/09/2019)

    OnRobot A/S announced the release of a new end-of-arm-tooling (EoAT) interface to dramatically simplify automation; making it faster and easier for manufacturers to unlock the benefits of collaborative robots.

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    End-of-arm tools knocking down the barriers to manufacturing automation(24/07/2019)

    The manufacturing industry is constantly evolving, with technological advances in automation enabling businesses to reach new levels of productivity across all sectors. For example, a recent report by ING revealed that robot use within food manufacturing in Europe has increased by 50% in the past five years.

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    Danish robot equipment flagship company acquires unique robotics firm(31/08/2018)

    Purple Robotics, which developed an innovative vacuum gripper within one year – the world’s first gripper specifically for cobots – has now been acquired by OnRobot.

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    New areas of application for collaborative robotics(20/06/2018)

    The newly formed OnRobot, a combination of Perception Robotics, OptoForce, and OnRobot, will be launching three new products at Automatica 2018; the ‘Gecko Gripper’, ‘Polyskin Tactile Gripper’, ‘RG2-FT’ and a major technical upgrade of the existing ‘HEX’ force-torque sensor product line based on OptoForce technology.

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