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SCARA robots on show at Fish International 2024

SCARA robots on show at Fish International 2024

Shibaura Machine and its distribution partner TM Robotics will exhibit a trio of high-speed, flexible and cost-effective SCARA robots for food processing and packaging applications at Fish International 2024. Germany’s only trade fair for fish and seafood will be held at the Messe Bremen exhibition centre in Bremen, Germany, from 25-27 February, 2024. Shibaura Machine […]

By February 15, 2024 Read More →
Building customers’ trust with robots

Building customers’ trust with robots

Ryan Guthrie, vice-president of Shibaura Machine partner, TM Robotics, explains how advanced artificial intelligence (AI), robotics and machine learning technologies can help manufacturers improve food traceability, ensure the safety of their products and build trust with customers. Food traceability is not just a matter of compliance, it’s also essential for maintaining customer trust and brand […]

By January 29, 2024 Read More →
TM Robotics brings flex appeal to Automation UK

TM Robotics brings flex appeal to Automation UK

TM Robotics has announced its participation at Automation UK, held 20-21 21 June 2023 at the CBS Arena in Coventry. TM Robotics will be showcasing a demonstration of the Shibaura Machine THL SCARA robot working with the Flexibowl feeding system. Manufactured by Italian company ARS and distributed by RARUK Automation, the Flexibowl is described as […]

By June 9, 2023 Read More →
TM Robotics shows new robot additions in Münich

TM Robotics shows new robot additions in Münich

Industrial robot supplier, TM Robotics, the premier distribution partner of Shibaura Machine, will launch the full THE range of SCARA robots to the European market at Automatica 2023. Held from 27 to 30 June in Münich, Germany, Automatica is a significant event for Europe’s robot launches. TM Robotics will exhibit under the Shibaura Machine name […]

By May 19, 2023 Read More →
Machine builders offer advice when choosing a robot

Machine builders offer advice when choosing a robot

Nigel Smith, managing director of TM Robotics, gives an insight in what original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) look for when choosing a robot for their machines. The World Robotics 2022 report shows an all-time high of 517,385 new industrial robots were installed in 2021 in factories around the world – and many of those are integrated […]

By May 18, 2023 Read More →
TM Robotics shows SCARA series under original name

TM Robotics shows SCARA series under original name

TM Robotics, official Shibaura Machine distribution partner for Europe, exhibited the company’s latest industrial robots for the European market at Automatica 2022. Automatica 2022 marked TM Robotics’ first European trade show following the Toshiba Machine corporate name change to Shibaura Machine in April 2020. The company was initially founded as Shibaura Machine Tool Co in […]

By July 12, 2022 Read More →
Are robots in the factory bosses or slaves?

Are robots in the factory bosses or slaves?

In the 1990s, could you have imagined the rise of the self-service checkout? This twenty-first century phenomenon is now a common sight in most supermarkets, and despite a few challenges – and more than a few “unexpected item[s] in the bagging area” – they are a change largely for the better. Like self-service checkouts, industrial […]

By January 27, 2022 Read More →
Robot programming tool supports all phases of automation

Robot programming tool supports all phases of automation

“You must be diversified enough to survive bad times,” said the American academic and investor, Joel Greenblatt, “so that skill and good process can have the chance to pay off in the long-term.” Here, Nigel Smith, CEO of TM Robotics, explains the importance of robot programming that’s simple enough to be refigured to any kind […]

By November 26, 2021 Read More →
Robots boost cricket ball manufacturing efficiency

Robots boost cricket ball manufacturing efficiency

Under the laws of cricket, it is illegal for players to rub any substance other than saliva and sweat onto the ball, let alone scuffing it with their fingernails. Similarly, strict rules apply to the manufacturing of cricket balls. Cricket ball manufacturer Kookaburra designed its first ever machine tending robotic system to produce the perfect […]

By October 21, 2021 Read More →
Automate for accident reduction

Automate for accident reduction

Could Britain afford to lose 6.3 million working days? According to The Labour Force Survey, this figure illustrates the volume of unplanned worker absence due to non-fatal workplace injuries. In fact, the number of non-fatal workplace injuries in the UK reached 693,000 in 2019/20, with cuts and lacerations among the most common causes. Industry leader […]

By October 13, 2021 Read More →