Universal Robots produce a robotic arm which is characterized by being extremely flexible and easy to use in the day-to-day production.
It differs from anything else in the market in the sense that it is lightweight, very easy to re-program for any non-robot expert and can be easily moved around in the production facilities.
This enables the possibilities for small and medium sized companies to implement robots into the production, even though they do not posses the robot expertise inside the company. They can do everything themselves. And at low costs.
We, MISUMI Group, Inc. and its subsidiaries and affiliates, do hereby make further development of the MISUMI business models, pursue strategic management and extend our support to the Manufacturers World-Wide as a ‘ Behind-the Scene-Supporter’ for purposes of delivering products and services of high originality of ‘ Short-Term & Just-in-Time’, ‘High Quality’ and ‘Low Cost’ to our customers.
Iberobotics is a technology-based company specializing in the manufacture, import and sale of robotic equipment household and professional services of surveillance, monitoring, cleaning and maintenance.
Our team has extensive experience in the sector. Specialists in different areas that converge in robotics (computer, electronic and mechanical), guarantee optimal solutions to the problem."
ServoCity.com is a online storefront that provides a large selection of mechanical components for use in robotics, R/C applications, animatronics, videography, photography, industrial projects, and a wide array of other fields. We provide high quality products paired with fast and friendly service to our customers around the globe.
In 1994 Brian Thomas Robotics began in a dorm room at Southwestern College in Winfield, KS. Initially, the company focused on manufacturing educational robots and kits for school tech labs. In 2001, the business expanded to include a new division, Robotzone, that met a need for more industrial robotic components for the commercial and government markets.
Eventually the need for similar robotic components and servo gearboxes grew to include the individual hobbyist market. To meet demand, Robotzone launched ServoCity.com - making these goods more easily available to the end user. With the recent release of Actobotics™, ServoCity has added hundreds of new products in the last few months. The line’s popularity is growing fast and continues to expand at a rapid pace.
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