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Swarfcast Ep. 87 – A 7-Axis Collaborative Robot for Non-Programmers, with Zac Bogart

July 7, 2020 - 6:31am -- Nijazi Kuksi
Zac Bogart

Today’s guest on the show is Zac Bogart, founder of Productive Robotics.

Productive Robotics manufactures a 7-axis collaborative robot called the OB7. Zac says that the OB7 is different from other robots because it can’t be programmed with code, it only works by the operator showing it what to do. Also, by featuring 7 axes rather than the 6 axes of a typical robot, the OB7 has the ability to do more awkward human-like movements, such as grabbing a part inside a CNC machine while not being directly in front its door.

A Gap in My Perception

July 7, 2020 - 6:23am -- Nijazi Kuksi
Yeezy

We just recorded the biggest gain in stock prices for any quarter since 1998 with American unemployment at unprecedented levels. You don’t need to read the obvious in this blog, so let’s talk Yeezy, Kanye West, and Gap.

Gap stock rose 42% in one day last week when Kanye West announced he was designing a clothing line with his Yeezy brand on it, exclusively for Gap for 10 years. Gap’s value jumped $2 billion dollars with the news.

Swarfcast Ep. 73 – Assessing Your Machine’s Performance with Eric Fogg

March 23, 2020 - 2:31pm -- Nijazi Kuksi
episode 73

Our guest on today’s show is Eric Fogg, co-founder and head of machine connectivity at MachineMetrics. MachineMetrics produces a device that connects directly with machine tool PLCs and controls to track realtime and historical data on equipment. Operators use the data to assess how machines are truly performing, which is often quite different from what they perceive.

Read the full blog: https://todaysmachiningworld.com/eric-fogg/

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