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Vision Based Parts Sorting System

EPSON 4-axis scara robot uses two vision systems to automatically find, inspect and sort various electronic components.   A robot based vision inspect & sort systems eliminates the risk of operator error in part identification and packaging.   Vision #1 is a downward looking camera that finds the location and orientation of the components and send this positional data to the robot. The robot uses this information for part pick up. Vision #2 is a sideways looking camera that reads the numeric symbol and transfers it to the robot. The robot uses this information to place the component in the…

Automated Flexible Assembly Bin Picking Cell

A major automotive components supplier installed an automated two stage bin picking cell that uses two EPSON robots interfaced with a vision guidance system to assemble automotive brake lines. The higher throughput rates and increased yields help this supplier keep a competitive edge.   The cell was designed & built by Adaptive Equipment.   Adaptive Equipment Gainesville, FL, USA Tele: +1.352.284.8590  

Robotics Innovation from Epson

Epson’s robotics was founded in the manufacture of watch movements, which demands efficient and highly precise assembly of extremely small components.   Today, Epson robots are deployed across our production lines to enable precision assembly, efficient manufacturing and high levels of automation. By continuing to evolve our efficient, compact and precision technologies, Epson robotics is expanding possibilities.  

Epson’s Flexion N-Series 6-Axis Robot at Assembly Show

Epson’s revolutionary new 6-Axis robot, the Flexion N2, was on display as part of an impressive 5-robot demo unit at the Assembly Show in Rosemont, IL.   Features: -New compact folding arm technology – world’s first -Maximizes motion efficiency for faster cycle times -Reduces required workspace area by up to 40% versus standard 6-Axis robots -Unique tight space motion capability keeps arm extremities out of the way -450mm reach and 2.5 kg maximum payload  

Applications invited for NIDHI-PRAYAS Scheme (ROUND III) focused on Electric Vehicles

iCreate (International Centre for Entrepreneurship and Technology) invites  Applications under NIDHI-PRAYAS Scheme (ROUND III) focused on Electric Vehicles   iCreate is a Government authorized PRAYAS Centre has up to 15 openings for prototype level projects under the NIDHI-PRAYAS scheme (ROUND III) of the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India.   Suggested areas of focus for applying to iCreate are: Motor power management systems Battery Management Systems Charge Controllers Smart features for electric vehicles Cooling systems for Battery Packs Charging stations – regular as well as fast charging Regenerative braking Super capacitor-based energy storage Design of complete prototype EV’s (2,…

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