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The new robolink IP44 from igus: a robot that defies water!
For applications where you need to connect a supply direct to axis 2, igus’ new swivel bracket is ideal. In this video you see the new swivel arm in action.
Industry 4.0, smart machines, predictive maintenance – they all describe intelligent technology. Are you looking for a low-cost product to get you started with this new technology in your machines? Speak to igus!
igus has developed the world’s first ‘e-skin flat’ single pod – designed specifically to guide cables in compact and particle-free cleanrooms.
igus robolink DP can now be used in splash water applications with a protection class of IP44. In this video you will see how the robolink robot arm not only copes with water, but also an igus colleague!
The new Autumn 2020 products are here! They include 3D printed engineering plastic parts with integrated Industry 4.0 sensor technology and an ingenious way of transporting & reordering cables.
New felt seals have been designed and manufactured by igus to protect iglidur plain bearings from the adverse effects when running in excessive amounts of sand, dirt, and abrasive dust.
An online trade show created by igus has attracted more than 10,000 customers since its launch in May.
In this world first, igus can integrate sensors into its printed motion plastics components to predict maintenance requirements and avoid downtime.
A ready-to-fit 7th axis has been designed and manufactured by igus to enable Universal Robots (UR) and robolink robots to travel several metres.
The new PRT-04 from igus not only reduces installation space by up to 50%, it costs up to 30% less than its predecessor!
igus has joined the world’s largest automation membership body to advance the research of Profinet technology in dynamic applications.
New software to improve the control and use of robots has been developed and launched by igus.
igus e-chains are now even lighter with a weight reduction of up to 48%, allowing higher speeds with the same strength.
Engineers across the UK are set to join an online workshop this month – to discuss and learn more about the 3D printing of plastic gears.