Hot off the heels of the recent Robotics & Automation exhibition in Milton Keynes HMK Automation Group is preparing to exhibit at the Advanced Engineering Show, stand G1. The two day event is being held at the NEC, Birmingham, on October 31st and November 1st.
Advanced Engineering is your opportunity to meet and network with fellow OEMs and supply chain professionals eager to see the latest technologies and engineering solutions.
HMK will be showcasing its new Standardised Palleting Solution. The stand will feature a live demonstration of the TECHMAN TM12 Collaborative Robot palletising boxes, making it an ideal partner for a variety of warehouse palletising tasks along with the TM5 using 3D vision to perform a bin-picking task that would be impossible to automate with less advanced machines. The quest for automation on the factory floor is nothing new, but alongside the real value automation offers to businesses, it also enables the workforce to focus on higher-value tasks. Lower cost automation could completely alter production processes for smaller businesses, who might have previously been unable to use robotics because of price constraints.
The new Collaborative robot from TECHMAN merges systems that usually function separately in conventional robots.
Featuring an increased payload and reach capability the TM12 and TM14 still remain, Simple, Smart & Safe. With an achievable reach of 1300mm and 12kg payload for the TM12 and 1100mm reach and 14kg payload for the TM14 Cobot, they are ideally suited for a variety of industries – Packaging and Plastics, and Food. Featuring ease of operation and rapid deployment, these robots reduce automation and maintenance costs whilst increasing precision and production, perfect for applications requiring 100% accuracy.
Celebrating its 10th year, Advanced Engineering continues to build even further upon its position as the UK’s largest annual gathering of OEMs and engineering supply chain professionals. No other event reacts so quickly every year to the dynamic changes that are happening right now within advanced engineering and manufacturing. With an expanded Connected Manufacturing show zone, and the launch of a new co located event, Nuclear Engineering, the 2018 show will certainly be no exception.