Cost-effective automation is the best possible solution for gripping, turning, pivoting and placing items and returning them to their initial position - especially in the case of simple pick-and-place tasks performed over a long period of time.
Serving orange juice, loading the dishwasher or sorting purchases. The new low-cost igus robotics concept is intended to make these tasks possible.
ARTEMIS, an all girls robotics team from Abbotsleigh Senior School in Sydney, successfully uses Treotham parts to create a robot for FLL and FRC competitions.
In this exclusive interview with Robotics Today, Mikael Paltoft explains why companies should embrace automation or risk being left behind.