The first development of the Robotik Toolbox for Strehl Kinderreha Orthopädietechnik from Bremervörde has proven itself in orthotic production: it saves time, is clean and besides increases the attractiveness of the craft.
The KUKA Agilus has found its place in the machine shop. With the right end effector, we use by means of a CNC module for projects in which it can score with its 6 axes.
In a ZIM research project (Central Innovation Programme for SMEs based on a resolution of the German Bundestag), we joined forces with the TU Berlin to take on the challenge of teaching a collaborative robot dexterity. Its task: to independently assemble complex geometries in space in order to digitally support assembly in the future.
So far, humans still do better.
The question now is: for how much longer?
With the Robotik Toolbox calligraphy application, you control a KUKA Iiwa LBR by pointing a finger on a smartphone, tablet or multitouch table and enable a playful encounter with the future at your trade fair or corporate event.