Join Us at FABTECH 2018 in November
Every year, FABTECH combines an unmatched and informative mix of new manufacturing technologies and processes with highly immersive educational experiences.
Join Us at IMTS 2018 in September
Every two years, the IMTS Conference partners with industries thought leaders and co-located conferences to provide a wide range of educational presentations. Each session is designed to give attendees information on the latest technology and trends being used to overcome today’s manufacturing challenges.
Presenting the FlipBot: Innovative Solutions for Palletizing and Packaging at PACK EXPO 2017
KUKA Robotics will be among 1,800+ world-class industry exhibitors at Pack Expo Las Vegas in booth #C-5208. Attendees will ‘flip‘ when they visit KUKA Robotics on the show floor with FlipBot. First introduced at SXSW 2017, this demonstration features the KR 6 R900 AGILUS in a bottle flip challenge. But this demonstration is more than thrills, it allows for optimization of complex processes, harnessing large sets of data to help a robot get better at something all on its own.Learn about the KUKA Robotics at PACK EXPO 2017 Las Vegas.
Welding Developments from Kuka Robotics at FABTECH 2016 Las Vegas
Official KUKA Robotics System Partner Midwest Engineered Systems has partnered with several international industry leaders to develop a complete and scalable additive metal manufacturing solution. Additive manufacturing commonly referred to as Industrial “3D Metal Printing” is a digital process, which uses 3D design data to build components in layers by depositing material. Learn about the KUKA Robotics at FABTECH 2016 Las Vegas.
Innovative Solutions for Palletizing and Packaging at PACK EXPO 2016
KUKA will feature how it is possible to use traditional industrial robots in collaborative applications by incorporating auxiliary safety technology. Those visiting the KUKA booth will get to see and interact with a KR 10 R1100 AGILUS robot in a fence-less application. With the use of area scanners, this demonstration represents a work cell environment that allows for fence-less solutions offering speed and throughput for automation cells but still safe for the human to enter the area when needed. Learn about the KUKA Robotics Hands-On Demonstration at Pack EXPO 2016.
KUKA Robotics Corporation at IMTS 2016
KUKA has curated automated live booth demonstrations to showcase the hot topics of today’s manufacturing revolution. Industry 4.0 or Internet of Things “IoT” is no longer concept but a reality. Stop by the booth to see the latest in additive manufacturing, 3D Metal printing, 3D measurement inspection, collaborative robots, safe operations, vision-guided robotics, cloud-based automation monitoring, and CNC-based controls and KUKA KORE for next generation in STEM education.
Learn about the KUKA Robotics In-booth Demonstrations at IMTS 2016:
- The future of manufacturing on display
- KUKA Robotics Introduces the KR 3 Agilus
- The KR AGILUS WP – Your Personal Robotic Barista
- Performance Reinvented: The KR CYBERTECH Nano Series
- The KUKA Official Robot Education program is at the KORE of STEM Education
- True Human-Robot Collaboration with the LBR iiwa
KUKA Global Partner Donates Robots to Dayton School
February 2016 – Auto glass company, Fuyao, recently donated robotic arms to a Dayton tech school to use for training and experience so students can develop and hone their skills in order to prepare for a future career in the industry.
Fuyao is one of KUKA’s many global partnerships. The relationship between the Fuyao and KUKA has been established through the use of KUKA’s robotic arms moving and guiding glass through factories, assembly, and manufacturing processes. Robotic arms like these can build a stronger foundation of learning for students who participate in STEM education classes and career paths.
“We want the students to build and develop job skills and create a pipeline of young people who have what the need to begin an excellent career,” said John Gauthier, president of Fuyao Glass America Inc.”
High School Students Becoming Certified Programmers
Students from Benjamin Russell High School in Alabama will soon be presented the opportunity to work hand in hand with KUKA robots. Students will be able to set themselves apart from the competition by earning robotic programming certifications. This initiative is being led by teacher Anthony Hart who just completed KUKA’s in-house training program in hopes of bringing the project to the classroom.
“I hope some of the students pursue careers in robotics,” said Hart, in his second year of teaching robotics at Benjamin Russell. “That’s a big, big career field right now…..”
2014 International Machine Tooling Show Kuka Robotics
September 8th, 2014 – Shelby Township, MI / Chicago, IL – Visit KUKA Robotics in booth N6200 during the International Machine Tooling Show to see how KUKA Robots can “See it, Cut it, Weld it, Load and Unload it” showing how automation can bring efficiency to the manufacturing process.