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A Swedish recipe that really hits the spot
Volvo press image Welding process Faster and more reliable: Volvo is constantly improving its welding processes. (Photo: Volvo)
A Swedish recipe that really hits the spot
Festo press image Tip Dresser Tip dresser for articulated-arm robots: On the right the two holes for electrode milling, and on the left the compact housing with the vision system which provides the data for repositioning the electrodes. (Photo: Festo)
A Swedish recipe that really hits the spot
Festo press image static welding equipment For static welding gun systems: A fast and precise pivot arm brings the electrode milling device, the so-called tip dresser, to the electrodes after 150 spot welds have been completed. (Photo: Festo)
A Swedish recipe that really hits the spot
Festo press image Leif Winberg/Volvo and Leif Lindahl/Festo At the camera-controlled electrode milling device: Leif Winberg, Plant Engineer for Resistance Welding at Volvo in Olofström (left) and Leif Lindahl, Business Development Manager Automotive with Festo Sweden. (Photo: Festo)
A Swedish recipe that really hits the spot
Festo press image Robots Time savings: The new tip dressers significantly reduce cycle times where multiple welding robots are in use. (Photo: Festo)
A Swedish recipe that really hits the spot
Volvo press image body parts volvo Properly welded: Volvo body parts (Photo: Volvo)
The automated chameleon tongue
Festo Press Images Bionic Gripper 1 The adaptive shape gripper DHEF grips formless, round and sensitive objects – as the tongue of a chameleon does. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
The automated chameleon tongue
Festo Press Images Bionic Gripper 2 The adaptive shape gripper DHEF grips formless, round and sensitive objects – as the tongue of a chameleon does. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
The automated chameleon tongue
Festo Press Image Stefanie Seiler and Nenja Rieskamp These two Festo colleagues developed the adaptive form gripper DHEF from a bionic prototype to a catalogue product: Stefanie Seiler (Product Management, on the left) und Nenja Rieskamp (Product Development) (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Human-Robot Collaboration in Industry 4.0
Festo press photo Human-Robot Collaboration The robot performs restacking tasks in the immediate vicinity of the worker, among other processes.
Human-Robot Collaboration in Industry 4.0
Festo press photo mobile robot worker The robot as a mobile worker: it is not permanently installed but mobile and flexible for versatile production.
Human-Robot Collaboration in Industry 4.0
Festo press photo printed circuit boards The APAS robot from Bosch supports quality inspection of printed circuit boards.
SupraMotion: contact-free, quiet and clean
SupraMotion_1 With superconductor technology, objects can be stored and moved without contact – as with the SupraDrive exhibit, presented in 2017.
SupraMotion: contact-free, quiet and clean
SupraMotion_2 The levitation gap remains stable even beyond walls – shown here is the SupraShuttle.
Dr Melzer heads steering committee Industry 4.0 platform
Festo Press Image Handshake Industry 4.0 platform steering committee Dr Frank Melzer (right) replaces SAP Member of the Management Board Bernd Leukert as head of the Industry 4.0 platform steering committee. Source: Janina Henning / Industry 4.0 platform
Dr Melzer heads steering committee Industry 4.0 platform
Festo Press Image Dr. Frank Melzer Dr.Frank Melzer
Together at the forefront of robotic milking technology
Lely Press Image Martijn Boelens “Just like Lely, Festo is an internationally active family-owned company which focuses on long-term responsibility instead of short-term profits. When it comes to product development we have a similar approach,” stresses Martijn Boelens, Vice President Customer Solutions at Lely. (Photo: Lely)
Together at the forefront of robotic milking technology
Festo Press Image Arnoud Nieuwdorp “The movements of the hybrd arm of the milking robot Astronaut A5 motion is gentler, and it’s more energy-efficient and faster,” says Arnoud Nieuwdorp, Global Key Account Manager, Festo Netherlands. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Together at the forefront of robotic milking technology
Festo Press Image Jan Bredau “With the new robot arm operating and maintenance costs, and thus total cost of ownership, decline as well,” adds Dr. Jan Bredau, head of Systems Engineering at Festo corporate headquarters in Esslingen, Germany. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Together at the forefront of robotic milking technology
Lely Press Image Lely milking robot Lely’s milking robot Astronaut A5: Automation helps to avoid hard, monotonous work and to increase output. (Photo: Lely)
Together at the forefront of robotic milking technology
Lely Press Image Robot arm Robot arm of Lely’s milking robot Astronaut A5: with electric axes from Festo and corresponding software. (Photo: Lely)
Together at the forefront of robotic milking technology
Festo Press Image ESBF Powerful, fast and precise positioning - the electric cylinder ESBF. High performance with a rating of 17 kilonewtons and a stroke of 1500 mm. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Together at the forefront of robotic milking technology
Festo Press Image EMCA 2 Integrated drive EMCA: The brushless DC motors from Festo with absolute position recording, integrated regulator, power electronics, absolute encoders. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Entering the next stage with artificial intelligence
Festo Press Image Dr Frank Melzer "AI algorithms will be introduced in automation products from Festo and generate additional added value for our customers," explains Dr Frank Melzer, Member of the Board, Product and Technology Management. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Entering the next stage with artificial intelligence
Festo Press Image E2M Module All-round service unit component: fitted with sensors gathers data from the energy efficiency module MSE6-E2M from Festo that can be evaluated to counteract deviations. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Entering the next stage with artificial intelligence
Resolto Press Image Resolto Informatik GmbH Festo has now taken an additional step forward in digitalisation. With the takeover of Resolto Informatik GmbH in the spring of 2018, it will also be able to offer solutions with artificial intelligence for real-time applications. (Photo: Resolto Informatik GmbH)
Unique forms of motion derived from nature
Festo Press Image AquaJellies Autonomous behaviour thanks to integrated communication and sensor technology. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Unique forms of motion derived from nature
Festo Press Image BionicWheelBot Mechatronic overall system: intricate kinematics based on a natural model. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Unique forms of motion derived from nature
Festo Press Image BionicWheelBot The BionicWheelBot in rolling mode with extended propelling legs. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Unique forms of motion derived from nature
Festo Press Image BionicFlyingFox Despite its wingspan of 228 cm and its overall length of 87 cm, the BionicFlyingFox weighs 580 grams. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Unique forms of motion derived from nature
Festo Press Image BionicFlyingFox The wing kinematics of the BionicFlyingFox are also divided into primaries and secondaries. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
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