4 mins read Founded in 1964, GYS is a French industrial group and a major player in the design and manufacture of welding equipment, battery chargers and car
3 mins read The aerospace industry is a demanding sector, requiring extremely rigorous and standardized industrial processes. For example, a machined engine part must be cleaned of particles
3 mins read If French industry is in the middle of an automation revolution, against an economic backdrop conducive to relocation, what about construction? Robotization is playing a
4 mins read Interview with Yannick Caulier, at Framatome Intercontrôle In the nuclear industry, ultrasonic testing of welds is a key factor in ensuring the safety, integrity and
4 mins read Fuzzy Logic has announced the launch of its no-code industrial robot programming and simulation software, Fuzzy Studio, on its website. Fuzzy Studio allows non-experts in
6 mins read In this tutorial I will show you how you can integrate external axes, like positioners, tracks and the like into your Fuzzy Studio projects. You will see how with just a little bit of setup you can simulate the motion of any external axis in Fuzzy Studio and make sure that your process trajectories are regenerated on the fly. Please not that these examples will all use asynchronous axis motion, which means the axes and the robot will not be moving at the same time. For example, if we have a part with two sides and we can only reach one side at a time with the robot, rather than adding a second robot, we will simply turn the part 180 degrees with a positioner (or turn-table).