In honor of Makers Week, Macron's MSA-PSC belt driven actuator was used for a unique balloon scale arcade game. See how it works.
Material handling is one of the fastest growing sectors of automation. Learn how Macron's X/Z gantry system solution provided KwikPall founder Steve Ross with a small, standard palletizing machine at an affordable price point.
As automation continues to rise in factories across the globe, large-scale applications are becoming a common challenge requiring unique, low footprint designs to fit within specified space constraints.
Sometimes complex challenges require simple solutions. Both of the T-Bot and H-Bot products from Macron Dynamics are unique in that their simplistic design can complete difficult jobs more efficiently, providing scalable, economical, and fast gantry systems.
Recently, a Macron Dynamics system integrator, Adaptive Innovations Corp. of Lakewood Colorado, developed a 2-axis, high speed X/Z Row Palletizing / De-palletizing system. To provide X/Z motion, the company integrated a Macron MGS-UC2 linear robot kit.
Macron recently unveiled their newest standard H-Bot Linear robot design, nicknamed the "Mac-in-a-Box," suitable for an endless amount of applications.
Macron recently delivered a Dual X / Dual Y independent axes linear robot to assist automated production in an automotive fabrication facility.
In 1999 Macron delivered its first large-scale sorting gantry, capable of distributing totes of contact lenses to 1,700 individual compartments using infrared signaling technology.