As we embark on a new year, we share our predictions of the top trends from both the robotics automation industry and Macron Dynamics in 2015.
Macron Dynamics has introduced two new products to their T-Bot and H-Bot gantry robot product lines, the TBG-12 and the HBG-12. The new products are smaller, lighter, and designed to complete difficult jobs both efficiently and accurately.
October marks the beginning of Manufacturing Month, a time to recognize the manufacturing industry and bring to light the advances the market sees each year. With the industrial logistics robots market estimated to reach $31.3 billion by 2020, Macron Dynamics is gearing up to bring you the best automation systems yet.
Macron is now fulfilling orders for belt driven actuators, sensor kits and gearboxes configured online, in an industry leading seven-day turnaround time.
Macron Dynamics has hired industrial automation industry expert Michael Giunta as their National sales Manager to develop and organize Macron's technical sales team.
Macron has introduced a new line of heavy-duty X/Z linear robots to their line of linear robotics. The new UC gantry family consists of four pick and place linear robots and are designed for heavy payload pick and place functionality.
Macron recently celebrated its 25-year anniversary in a private ceremony with Pennsylvania congressman Michael Fitzpatrick.
Anthony J Cirone, president and founder of Macron Dynamics, Inc., a manufacturer of belt driven linear actuators and multi-axis automation systems, was recently nominated as a finalist for the 2012 Philadelphia SmartCEO Leaders in Technology Award.
Macron has introduced a patent-pending arresting system designed to promote safer use of belt driven actuators in vertical automation applications. Macron’s cam lock arresting wedge system™, or CLAWS™, is a U.S. patent-pending arresting system that prevents cart free-fall in the event of belt breakage
Macron completed delivery and installation of an automated optical inspection gantry system to a large U.S. manufacturer of thin film solar panels. Macron engineers were required to incorporate an overhead transport system for moving the solar panels during the inspection process. The application also called for the Macron gantry system to include an integrated machine frame and protective panels.