The second generation of robotics is now upon us, as end of line and bench robotics are becoming economically accessible, robotic integration within industry is no longer only associated with large scale production and automotive assembly lines. Pick and place single arm, multi-axis robots are more popular than ever as users see both their cost and operational benefits. Capable of working along-side humans they perform the repetitive precision work required, faster and without fault.
This hub is the place to find out more about robotics, whether its kits or design ideas you need, or simply to just discuss more about this technology. Check back for latest updates.
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2 months agoReally cool . But not every one own a laser-cutter. It's much more expensive than a 3D printer.
5 months agoJust caught up with this show, and yes I'm old enough to have seen the original film in 73. Actually the new show seems closer to science fact than science fiction. With today's developments in AI, Robotics,...
5 months agoI want to go to Westworld!
6 months agoHi zafrulumar!
thank you very much for your note. I didn't seen the attachments were no more threre.
Probably something went wrong with our new portal.
The files for lasercutting,...
6 months agoHello GianlucaRS
I do not see link to download 3D Printed parts. Please share. Also in your video you were showing a web page having details of Robotic arm cut outs. Please share...
February 27, 2017 09:44
There have already been a few other articles on DesignSpark about the Braccio Tinkerkit. It’s not surprising really, as the Arduino and Braccio combination is a low cost (and great FUN!) way to start your journey into robotics.
February 14, 2017 14:18
Nice piece from Rory Cellan-Jones on BBC News, features the impact of automation on employment and how robotics and artificial intelligence are being used in modern distribution centres. Well worth reading.
February 9, 2017 10:57
When we think about robots today, they are generally rigid and made of metal, with sensors usually located outside of the body. This particular robotic hand of the Device Plus project is soft and sensitive.
February 8, 2017 08:45
Here we are again using our IGUS RobolinkD for another cool application. This time we are going to use Groov software to remotely control RobolinkD bench arm.
January 19, 2017 16:08
Open source robotics is the subject of an article by Paolo Carnovale, Head of Industrial Marketing at RS Components. He discusses how modern robotics are delivering more freedom, flexibility and affordable solutions.
January 10, 2017 16:01
ST Robotics delivers a complete series of how to video to let the customers be immediately ready to start using their bench robots
January 10, 2017 16:00
ST robotics provides continuous support throughout the learning curve with manuals, technical documentation and several "How to... " video. ST Robotics aim to provide a low cost solution to experienced users for a diverse range of advanced or complex
December 11, 2016 23:27
We caught up with Dr Michael Schinke of Infineon Technologies at electronica 2016 in Munich, to discuss their Rubix Cube world record breaking machine and the latest technology trends.
December 7, 2016 16:07
Discover additional news features, projects and exciting things that are happening in the world of Robotics. See a robot solve a Rubik's Cube or find out how collaborative robots may be the future of industrial manufacturing.
November 29, 2016 16:26
Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) have given the world computers that can beat people at chess and “Jeopardy!,” as well as drive cars and manage calendars. See how AI has progressed from the 1950's to today.
November 2, 2016 10:12
I'm always intrigued when a new TV series starts, and what better than one featuring androids, programming and James Marsden........introducing Westworld!
October 7, 2016 09:38
This is the fourth step of four project about how to apply an open source motion control system to a robotic arm. This time we brought the RobolinkD from IGUS into a real factory, www.gsconverting.com, for a working test.