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How Robotic Arms Defined the Industrial Revolution

A version of this post originally appeared on Tedium, a twice-weekly newsletter that hunts for the end of the long tail.

In the nearly 100 years since Czech playwright Karel Čapek borrowed the phrase “robot” from his brother Josef and introduced it to the lexicon, the relationship between man and machine has become endlessly complex and world-defining. Robotic limbs are a particularly great example of this.

Most of our modern innovations have been shaped by the fact that, nearly 60 years ago,

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Discover what you can do with the Visual Components eCatalog

With nearly 2,000 pre-defined components, the Visual Components eCatalog contains a robust library of virtual models of robots, machines, and equipment from dozens of leading brands. Checkout what you can do with the eCat!

Interested in seeing your equipment in our public eCatalog? Let us know!

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How to create presentation ready content in under 10 min with Visual Components

One of the greatest challenges that system integrators face is responding to project proposals with speed and accuracy. However, speeding up your proposal workflow can lead to costly mistakes, to the project and your reputation. So, how can you improve the quality and accuracy of your project proposals without sacrificing responsiveness?

In the following video, we will show you how to achieve both speed and accuracy in your project proposal with Visual Components 3D manufacturing simulation software. Create presentation ready content

How to create project ready content with Visual Components

For many manufacturing professionals involved in the design of new production solutions, communicating their work to customers and stakeholders is the most difficult part of their job. But, it’s really not all that easy. The production solutions being deployed on factory floors are becoming increasingly complex. It’s challenging for most to explain how these technologies work, much less sell them. Don’t panic, we can help.

Visual Components helps manufacturing professionals to simplify complex production data and turn it into

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The Importance of PLC Validation in Manufacturing

A programmable logic controller (PLC) is a specialized type of computer designed for applications requiring high reliability, ease of programming and sophisticated fault diagnosis. PLCs are commonly used in manufacturing processes, especially robotic devices on assembly lines.

A PLC’s design must be validated before it can be used. This process consists of three phases, which include defining the functions that the PLC must perform, building a PLC that performs those functions and proving the PLC behaves as intended. PLC

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Increasing control software quality with virtual commissioning

What is virtual commissioning?

Commissioning, usually the last step in the engineering process, can take up to 15-20% of the total delivery time of an automation system project. Unfortunately, nearly 2/3 of the time spent in commissioning is spent on fixing software errors*, since the control software usually goes through proper integration testing only after all the hardware has been procured and assembled.

Because commissioning is usually carried out under nearly impossible deadlines, the development of custom control software is often rushed,

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Simulation vs. Visualization – what’s the difference?

We’re often asked about the differences between simulation and visualization. While these technologies are becoming increasingly popular by professionals in the manufacturing industry, we’ve noticed that there’s often some confusion between the concepts. Let’s see if we can help shed some light on this discussion!

In short, we define simulation as the production of data and visualization as the representation of data. While 3D visualization technology makes all of the elements look real, simulation technology makes them function as

(Tiếng Việt) Cùng VEC tham dự Triển lãm CIMIF 2017 tại Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Dear Business Partners, Customers of V.E.C!

To expand the market, connect with domestic and foreign enterprises, V.E.C will bring the optimal automation solutions to CIMIF 2017, Cambodia. CIMIF 2017 is the first step for V.E.C to explore and enter the Cambodia market in the near future. This is also the opportunity to connect and cooperate with businesses in the Cambodia market in particular and Southeast Asia in general. The exhibition covers 14 countries from all over the world, including Bulgaria, CPC,

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