Applied Automation

Applied Automation takes on three new product lines

Applied Automation takes on three new product lines

Applied Automation has announced that it is now an official UK distributor of products from OptoForce, On Robot and EasyRobotics. These companies produce products that work with the Universal Robots collaborative robot arms, which Applied Automation is an existing UK ‘preferred partner’. The sale of collaborative robots has seen tremendous growth in the last few […]

By May 13, 2018 0 Comments Read More →
Collaborative robots drive efficiency improvements

Collaborative robots drive efficiency improvements

Automation experts X-STK | Applied Automation describe how using collaborative robots is helping customers boost machine performance. Highly adaptable, affordable and with plug-and-play solutions, collaborative robots are helping manufacturers around the world automate processes and improve efficiency. In order to meet the growing demand for their product, linear motion experts, HepcoMotion, decided to automate the […]

By February 28, 2017 0 Comments Read More →
X-STK | Applied Automation is now a UR preferred partner

X-STK | Applied Automation is now a UR preferred partner

X-STK | Applied Automation is delighted to announce it has been confirmed as Universal Robots’ Preferred Partner after only ten months. The elevation in status from distributor to Preferred Partner is recognition of X-STK’s superior performance selling the collaborative robots in the UK. UR has seen a 120% increase in robots sold in the UK […]

By November 6, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Choosing the right robot – Applied Automation

Choosing the right robot – Applied Automation

The experts at control specialist Applied Automation review the ever expanding robot market and how to make the right choice for your application. Demands on production lines and robot cells are continuously increasing. This involves factors such as quality and flexibility, as well as energy efficiency, sustainability and productivity. Additional operations usually require additional robots; […]

By June 19, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Applied Automation unveils its new Plymouth HQ

Applied Automation unveils its new Plymouth HQ

Applied Automation (UK) has welcomed guests from around the world for the official opening of the new headquarters in Plymouth. The diverse nature of Applied’s work was reflected in the range of industry guests with representatives from sectors such as robotics, automotive, optical, medical and marine. Visitors toured the factory and were shown the bespoke […]

By May 27, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Applied Automation brings robots to Drives & Controls

Applied Automation brings robots to Drives & Controls

X-STK|Applied Automation will be making its debut at the Drives and Controls Show with two stands focusing on robotics and the ‘connected factory’. Embracing the robot revolution, company will be showcasing three very different types of advanced robots in the Live Robotic Zone. Working alongside the team on stand D980 will be the collaborative robots […]

By February 11, 2016 Read More →
Applied Automation offers Universal Robots

Applied Automation offers Universal Robots

X-STK | Applied Automation is delighted to announce a new partnership with Danish manufacturer Universal Robots. The control and automation specialist has become a UK distributor for the Universal Robots robotic arms that are changing the face of robot technology. David Rowe, managing director of X-STK | Applied Automation said: “There is a lot of […]

By January 20, 2016 Read More →
Applied Automation launches conveyor at PPMA

Applied Automation launches conveyor at PPMA

Using an Omron delta robot with vision system technology, Applied Automation used a robot challenge as part of a demo cell to launch a new range of conveyors at PPMA 2015. The demonstration introduced the Carryline flexible plastic chain conveyor, with the spiral conveyor featuring in a machine set-up with a robot spelling challenge. The […]

By October 10, 2015 Read More →
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