This robot wants to put MacGyver to shame Georgia Tech researchers aim to build a "MacGyver robot" that knows how to use nearby objects to escape risky situations. Hopefully it won't sport a mullet. by Leslie Katz October 2012
Introduced by Platt Boyd, Branch Technology’s customized Kuka robotic arm is sliding on a rail system to print ABS walls for the company’s own exhibition booth. At 25 feet wide by 58 feet long, this is the world’s largest freeform printer.
Siemens wants to further reduce the power consumption of manufacturing robots in the automotive industry. One approach to this problems deals with movement patterns that require less acceleration energy, as was reported in .