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Switzerland-based Bachmann Engineering lately obtained UR+ certification from Common Robots for its Bachmann Blasting Unit (BBU) resolution. The certification ensures compatibility with UR’s collaborative robots (cobots) and compliance with particular high quality standards.
The BBU is a whole attachment set that permits the automated insertion of workpieces into current blast machines. This course of is mastered with a switch station that ensures the bellows and coupling system are fastened of their precise place. The system is designed in order that the robotic connects the bearing flange and gripper flange in a force-fit method. This enables the robotic to maneuver the workpiece with positional accuracy within the blasting machine in the course of the blasting course of. When the method is full, the robotic arm guides the workpiece out and deposits it on a workpiece provider.
“We’re more than happy that, due to the certification, we are able to now provide the Bachmann Blasting Unit all through the world as a UR+ product,” stated Andrea Alboni, regional supervisor, western Europe, Common Robots. “”The certification is a sworn statement to the revolutionary energy of Bachmann Engineering AG.”
UR is a pioneer and the world’s main developer of cobots. UR cobots are designed for masses as much as 3 kg, 5 kg, 10 kg and 16 kg. It was acquired by Teradyne in 2015 for $285 million. Teradyne additionally owns AutoGuide Cellular Robots, Energid, Cellular Industrial Robots (MiR). UR generated a report $311 million in income in 2021, which accounts for almost 83% of all income for Teradyne’s industrial automation group.
“We’re proud that with the BBU we are able to now provide a primary product with UR+ certification,” stated Marc Strub, CEO of Bachmann Engineering AG. “Value stress and a scarcity of expert employees are forcing many firms to search for artistic options – using UR cobots together with UR+ merchandise is an apparent selection.”
UR+ merchandise are third-party peripherals and options which were examined by Common Robots for compatibility with UR cobots. The UR+ ecosystem lately licensed Prolong Robotics‘ Superior Mechanical Help System (AMAS) that permits customers to manage robotic arms remotely from anyplace on the earth. The system works with user-friendly know-how like Oculus and StreamVR, making it accessible to non-technical customers.
UR, PickNik Robotics, and FZI Forschungszentrum Informatik lately launched the primary model the open-source ROS 2 driver for UR’s cobots. The ros2_control powered driver is appropriate throughout the complete line of UR robots.