ATI Industrial Automation Services

Posted by invest on November 25th, 2022

ATI industrial automation is a high-tech business that provides a full range of solutions and services that improve manufacturing efficiency. Our services include industrial automation, engineering and design services, and software development. We also provide services to help companies make the most of their IT investments. Our team will help you develop customized solutions for your business needs.

QC-29 Robotic Tool Changer

ATI Industrial Automation has announced the QC-29, a robotic tool changer that is designed to bring rugged technology to the table. With a design for 25 to 35 pound payload class robots, this latest iteration offers three module mounting flats, built-in air ports and a lockable locking mechanism, ensuring high-efficiency tool changing. This tool changer is the first of its kind from ATI and is compatible with ATI's full line of Standard Utility Modules and Tool Stands. It also comes with ATI's patented Fail-Safe design, allowing it to easily and quickly secure a variety of end-of-arm tooling (EOAT) in place.

The QC-29 Robotic Tool Changer is a definite must-have for any automation professional. Its new patented locking mechanism is pneumatically actuated, which provides secure attachment of a variety of end-of-arm tools. With its rectangular shaped body, the QC-29 is a good fit for most UR robots. It's also an excellent choice for collaborative robotic applications. The QC-29 is not limited to end of arm tools, and can also be configured for servo motor support.

Mini43LP Force/Torque Sensor

ATI Industrial Automation has announced the introduction of their ultra-thin Mini43LP Force/Torque Sensor, designed for use in small automated applications. The device features high-precision force sensing, an angled cable exit, and a bolt-down mounting pattern. Its small size, low weight, and rugged design make it well-suited for a variety of applications. ATI customers can use the Mini43LP to enhance repeatability and accuracy in product validation, enhance the repeatability of assembly, and optimize the work envelope.

The Mini43LP is compatible with ATI's line of communication interfaces, including RS-232, RS-485, RS-422, and RS-432. It is also compatible with miniature robot models from Mecademic and Yaskawa. In addition to the obvious benefits of high-precision force sensing, the Mini43LP also features an angled cable exit that keeps lifting power for end-of-arm tools intact.

The Mini43LP's small size and low weight make it a great choice for automated applications. In addition, the device has a number of features that are important to users, such as a large through-hole and a bolt-down mounting pattern.

CRX-ready end-effector kits

ATI Industrial Automation has developed CRX-Ready end-effector kits to help increase productivity and flexibility in collaborative robot applications. The kits include an end-effector, software, and hardware required to get the application up and running. They offer a robust solution for automatic tool changing, force sensing, and material removal.

The kits include the ATI Passive Compliant Force Control Device, which allows for pneumatic compliance in part-to-process applications. The device includes a mount, a pneumatically actuated locking mechanism, and software plugins that provide three compliance options. Users have access to the cobot application support team to help them integrate the device into their applications.

ATI Industrial Automation has also developed CRX-Ready Material Removal Tools. These tools feature pneumatically controlled integrated compliance and constant force for high feed rates. They include an Axially-Compliant Orbital Sander (AOV), a Compliant Deburring Blade (CDB), and a Radially-Compliant Deburring Tool (RCV). These tools are designed with fine-tuned compliance and are capable of processing a wide range of materials.

Open house and technology training fair

ATI Industrial Automation is a world-leading robotic peripheral equipment developer. Its product line includes robotic end-effectors and collision sensors for industrial applications. It also develops safety devices and compliance devices. The company recently opened a new office in Queretaro, Mexico. Its headquarters are located in Apex, North Carolina.

The company's robotic end-effector products include Multi-Axis Force/Torque Sensors, Automatic Tool Changers, Material Removal Tools, and Through-Hole Tool Changers. The company also offers all-inclusive packages for CRX cobot applications. The company's Robotic Tool Changers enable multiple robot end-effectors to perform the same operation in a single, flexible operation.

ATI has recently developed robotic end-effectors for applications such as robotic deburring. The company's engineers will discuss these applications. They will also talk about six-axis torque sensors and industrial field bus systems.

Attendees of the ATI Industrial Automation Open House and Technology Training Fair will learn about the latest products and applications. The event will also feature live robotic demonstrations of ATI products. There will also be a chance to talk with ATI account managers about applications.

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