This webinar will convey basic information about collaborative robots and what makes them inherently safe and easy to use. We will discuss the concept of “incremental automation” to help get you started, as well as how to calculate the ROI of your investment, and most importantly, the deployment time-saving nature of “plug and play” peripherals.
On Demand Explore the technologies that are fueling the possibilities of today and tomorrow, helping to solve the regulatory compliance challenges of Pharmaceutical & Medical Device manufacturing in new and more effective ways.
On Demand Join an expert team of panelists from New Scale Robotics and Universal Robots for this webinar to learn how QC teams can effectively automate their current gaging processes to alleviate QC bottlenecks, improve real-time process control and collect digital inspection data for their suppliers.
On Demand In this talk, Patrick Sobalvarro will offer a deep dive into machine vision technologies, such as custom time-of-flight sensors and 3D vision techniques and algorithms that allow for safe, effective human-robot collaboration.
On Demand This session introduces four strategies to keep your company stream-lined and efficient. The solutions shared in this presentation come from our many years of experience working with quality engineers in manufacturing organizations.
On Demand The world has gone digital in a revolutionary way. But what about your company? Beyond emails, social media, and teleconferencing, digitalization of manufacturing processes should be a natural next step. But it’s not as simple as flipping the digital switch, it’s a process that requires a well-planned and gradual transformation.
On Demand This presentation will review the use of metrology casting materials or replica materials that are used to create high fidelity reproductions of these difficult-to-measure surfaces. These reproductions can then be more easily measured.
On Demand The manufacture of new energy vehicles (NEVs) is accelerating at a rate not seen in the automobile industry in the last 100 years. Battery and fuel-cell powered vehicles are quieter and have fewer moving parts, yet meeting the same manufacturing quality standards requires new applications of quality measurement solutions.