HyRobotics Corp. of St. Louis displayed a new servo robot at NPE 2015, with a Keba controller and motor, aimed at the North American market.
HyRobotics calls it the EPIK line (for “excellent programmable injection robot with Keba controller”).
Also at NPE 2015, HyRobotics demonstrated its Muge:in and Temp:in systems. Muge:in screens out defective products measured by weight, through a specially designed load cell on the robot arm. Temp:in uses the robot arm to detect the surface temperature of the mold or molded parts.
Both systems save data, which can be checked on a smart phone.
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