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KUKA launched a new industrial robot at the Automatica
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12/06/14 - Leading German robotics manufacturer KUKA Robotics launched a new robot at the Automatica in Munich recently.
Okuma Australia secures robotics distribution agreement
Editorial
10/06/14 - Okuma Australia has secured a distribution agreement for Australia and New Zealand with Belgium robotics company, Robojob.
At the KUKA Robotics Australia opening
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21/05/14 - KUKA Robotics Australia officially opened in Australia after operating in the country for 15 years through agencies.
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15/05/14 - The National Manufacturing Week 2014 (NMW 2014) opened with a challenge from Australia's Chief Scientist, Professor Ian Chubb.
Daniel Wilson used MathWorks’ Simulink Software to develop his winning entry ‘Skymaster’
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30/04/14 - University of Sydney robotics researcher Daniel Wilson has won the 2014 International Simulink Challenge.
Singapore hopes 3D printing and robotics will save its manufacturing sector
Editorial
07/04/14 - The future of Singapore’s manufacturing industry lies in high-tech areas such as 3D Printing and robotics, according to a major planning agency.
Festo to unveil robotic "kangaroo"
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04/04/14 - German automation company Festo has added to its collection of robots inspired by nature with its BionicKangaroo.
Greg Sale MD KUKA
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07/03/14 - The Australian Packaging and Processing Machinery Association (APPMA) has welcomed KUKA Robotics Australia as the latest new member company.
CSF Robotics’ 7-axis robotic machining system
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05/03/14 - Automation and robotics specialist CSF Robotics has developed a unique 7-axis robotic machining system.
Jeremy Nathan
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19/02/14 - AMTIL has announced the speakers for the various sessions at the Australian Manufacturing Conference.
ABB's Integrated Vision features sophisticated imaging technologies
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11/12/13 - ABB Integrated Vision is a new vision system that delivers greater reliability and speed for vision guided applications.
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28/11/13 - ST Microelectronics announces that its STM32 microcontroller has been selected by Anki, a start-up for use in their first product, the Anki Drive.

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