OnRobot stands for ease of use, cost-effectiveness and safety. With a full line of 'plug-and-produce' end of arm tools, the company has something for everyone. The OnRobot range includes innovative grippers, sensors and tool changers. In this way, the aim is to help manufacturers to make optimal use of collaborative robots.
Robotiq was founded to free human hands from repetitive tasks. Many manufacturers struggle to get robots to work in their plants due to cost and complexity. Robotiq's tools and know-how simplify collaborative robot applications so that factories can ramp up productivity. With a global network of connected robot experts, Robotiq helps customers around the world. WiredWorkers is one of those links in that network.
Schunk, founded in 1954 as a mechanical workshop by Friederich Schunk now has the world's largest range of gripping systems, clamping technology and standard gripping parts.
qbrobotics, an Italian company founded in 2011 as a spin-off of the University of Pisa - Research Center "E. Piaggio" and the Italian Institute of Technology. The company operates from its headquarters in Pisa, where they work on the implementation of each business process. The constant search for innovation in robotics and automation has led qbrobotics to internalize all production processes and create its own laboratory - qblab - where the testing phase is carried out and where the new product lines are developed.
End of Arm Tooling
AIM Robotics mission is to deliver the best precision automated fluid dispensing solutions and make them more accessible, user friendly and versatile to small scale manufacturers – ensuring they gain a competitive edge. Aim Robotics achieves this by delivering Plug&Play dispensing solutions that easily mount onto any collaborative robot of your choice.
With automatic tool change from TripleA robotics, your cobot will have the flexibility to deploy more tools and generate more output. Deploy your favorite robot tools on your favorite cobot brand. The pass-through moduls can be places to ensure perfect cable fit, for easy adaptable connectivity between the cobot and the robot tool.
Atlas Copco MicroTorque
Atlas Copco was founded in Sweden in 1873. In 1949, it opened its first office in the Netherlands. As part of a large multinational, Atlas Copco Nederland has grown over the past six decades to a top position in the Dutch market. They offer companies solutions in the areas of compressed air, nitrogen, power and vacuum. These products are developed in-house and manufactured to the highest standards.
The Danish company Spin Robotics was founded in 2019 by two dedicated and ambitious entrepreneurs. Together, the two founders have more than 15 years of experience in the robot industry. Spin Robotics' head office is located in Odense, the cobot capital of Denmark. Spin Robotics was founded with the aim of developing, selling and distributing innovative plug'n'produce screwdrivers for collaborative robots.
Vision & Software
RoboDK was founded in 2015 as a spin-off from the CoRo-Laboratory at ETS University in Montreal, Canada. This lab contains many industrial robots and focusses on conducting applied research making it one of Canada's most prestigious robotics labs. RoboDK is a powerful and cost-effective simulator for industrial robots and robot programming.
Pick-it was founded in 2016 as a product spinout of Intermodalics, an organisation that develops software for robots and has developed and tested the Pick-it product for 3 years before bringing it to the market. Pick-It was founded by three men Peter Soetens, Ruben Smits and Bert Willaert saw the potential to simplify process automation for a large number of production companies with one product, the Pick-It 3D camera.
Ewellix was formerly SKF Motion Technolgoies, part of the SKF Group. SKF was founded in 1907 in Gothenburg, Sweden. The company manufactures and supplies various products and systems worldwide, including mechatronics products. Ewellix is the world's largest bearing manufacturer and has the largest industrial distribution network in the industry.
Pilz, the company with 40 subsidiaries and branches on all continents, is the technology leader in automation technology. The aim of Pilz is to automate machines and installations in such a way that the safety of people, machines and the environment is always guaranteed.
OHTAKE's product range consists of various screw feeders. The Screw Feeder takes care of the supply of screws to streamline a process/production line. These are perfect for feeding screws to collaborative robots.
Asyril SA, founded in 2007. They are experts in providing flexible feeding systems. Asyril is committed to providing the world's most advanced parts infeed components, integrated infeed modules and powerful infeed, sorting and palletising systems.
At the time of dddrop's inception in 2004, the 3d printing market offered only two categories: large machines that deliver industrial results but were often too expensive for smaller entrepreneurs, or smaller, affordable machines that were unable to deliver reliable results that were needed in the business and R&D market. Using the dddrop printers enables us to develop flexibly and quickly.