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Simplify Click Detection with This New Skill

Amanda Lee
by Amanda Lee on Mar 1, 2018 11:05:00 AM

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Learn more from automation Pros here!

Improve insertion, assembly, and quality control tasks


Want your robot to perform insertion, assembly, and quality control tasks, like pushing buttons?  Use the new Click Detection Skill to make sure your robot applies force when and where you want it to. Find out more about this Skill here.

Unload and load faster with the Dual 2-Finger Adaptive Robot Gripper

Gerenga shared how he improved his unloading and loading application by using the Dual 2-Finger Adaptive Robot Gripper with a Universal Robots arm. Take a look at how he did it!

Track part variables in your robot program


Mhowe wanted to track a part number in his robot program, so he could check that all the numbers added up properly. This is especially useful when a problem is detected. Take a look at what matthewd92 proposed as a solution.

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Amanda Lee
Written by Amanda Lee
As an e-marketing coordinator, Amanda focuses on Robotiq's content management. With her background in marketing, she hopes to bring valuable, relevant, and consistent content to our audience through the blog, social media and video center.
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