FANUC America Corporation
3900 W Hamlin Road
Rochester Hills, MI 48309 US
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As Seen In Modern Machine Shop
On Display at Eastec 2019
Here is an overview of some of the CNC machining and other technology showcased at the biennial manufacturing trade show.
Make Your Way to the ETC - Digital Transformation
A decade after MTConnect was first introduced at IMTS, connected devices are offered by a host of suppliers here at the show. See the best examples of the technology in action in AMT’s Emerging Technology Center in the North Building.
Flexible Fixturing Supports Automation
Robotics and carousel systems with custom fixtures help Akron-based Slice Mfg. Studios process hundreds of medical devices unattended.
FANUC America Announces Plans for a New Michigan Facility
FANUC America plans to open a new facility in Auburn Hills, Michigan, to open in the fall of 2019.
An Automation System for a Job Shop Environment
A flexible robotic part-loading and unloading system enables a small Indiana shop to boost production without a large investment.
FANUC Makes Its 500,000th Robot
The company is also planning on almost doubling its production capacity in 2018 with a new facility.
Precision and Custom Solutions Showcased at Mitsui Seiki
A tour of the company’s factory in Japan highlighted the accuracy of its machine tools as well as their adaptability for specific applications.
Video: High Production Rate on VMCs Using Robotic Automation
This “Twin Cell” system uses one robot to deliver work into the cell and another robot to load both of the machines. The choice to remove machine doors enables faster load/unload time between machining cycles.
Collaborative Robots Load, Unload Machines Without Need for Barriers
Westec 2017: FANUC America will demonstrate machine load/unload with its CR-7iA table-top size collaborative robot equipped with iRVision.
Automation Advances at FANUC 2017 Private Show
Updates unveiled at the company鈥檚 annual event promote higher-volume production, easier programming and better monitoring capability across product lines.
Machining Simulator Encompasses Complete Manufacturing Process
PMTS 2017: The machining simulator features Autodesk Fusion 360 CAD/CAM/CAE software and a custom machining simulation program designed by ModuleWorks.
Touchscreen HMI Simplifies Machine Monitoring
FANUC America鈥檚 iHMI (Intelligent Human Machine Interface) is designed to provide a simpler, more efficient and intuitive way to interact with the company鈥檚 30i/31i/32i-Model B CNCs.
JIMTOF 2016 Report: Exhibitors Show a Strong Embrace of IIoT
The recent Japan International Machine Tool Fair reflects the rapid move toward smart factories in which smart machines are fully networked.
JIMTOF: A Strong Embrace of IIoT
The recent Japan International Machine Tool Fair reflects the rapid move toward smart factories in which smart machines are fully networked. Japanese providers of manufacturing technology have clearly embraced the concepts of the Industrial Internet of Things.
Cobots and Beyond
Collaborative robots address a challenge that will continue to be addressed.
Vertical Machining Cells Challenge Horizontal Dominance
When part volumes are high, and success is measured in pennies and seconds, moving away from horizontal machines requires creative thinking about robotics, cutting tools, workholding and more.
FANUC Expands CNC Training Program
The expansion includes extra courses and additional equipment investments for several facilities in the United States.
FANUC America Appoints President and CEO
Mike Cicco will be responsible for all of the company鈥檚 operations in North and South America.
FANUC Developing Open Platform for Connecting CNCs, Robots, Peripheral Devices, Sensors
The system in development is part of a collaboration between FANUC and three other automation and Internet of Things providers.
Three Technology Takeaways from FANUC Tour
New CNC, automation and Internet of Things technologies stood out during a recent event at FANUC鈥檚 manufacturing campus in Japan.
Portable CNC Simulator Enables Milling, Turning Training
FANUC America offers its CNC simulator for educational use, providing learners with exposure to a FANUC control without the need for a machine tool.