From Automobiles to Pharmaceuticals, Glass Making’s New Best Friend: GlassBot - Robotics Business Review
Get the most out of Ro­bot­ics Business Review!


This is an article excerpt. Please register to view the entire article.
Learn more about membership benefits and start your membership today!

From Automobiles to Pharmaceuticals, Glass Making’s New Best Friend: GlassBot
GlassBot Glass Making
© K. Dobberke für Fraunhofer ISC
L. Automatic weighing of batch units; R.one of five furnaces and robot.
GlassBot produces in 24 hours what takes a human 2-3 weeks
By Emmet Cole


The Fraunhofer robot was inspired by high-throughput screening (HTS) robotic systems commonly used in the pharmaceutical industry. HTS robotics enables pharmaceutical companies to mix and analyze millions of drug combinations in a period of weeks at a rate of around 300,000 per day.

“With this robot we can create new glasses in a more reproducible way and eliminate to some extent this ‘human factor’,” says Kilo.

This is a preview article. Please register to view the entire article.

Get started
Create your membership.
Already a member?




Leo Baryudin

Want to learn more about our membership options? Give me a call.

Leo Baryudin, Robotics Membership Manager
508-663-1500, x 235 · LBaryudin@ehpub.com

Comments
No comments yet. Be the first to post a comment.

Name:

Email:


View comment guidelines

Remember me

Notify me of follow-up comments?




Special Focus: Robots and the Law
Robots and the Law

Expert insight on the ethical and legal issues affecting robot regulations globally.


Starship Goes the Last Mile for Deliveries

Get Ahead of Commercial Drone Rules

RoboLaw Expert Tries to Educate European Legislators
More in Robots and the Law

Special Focus: 3D Printing
3D Printing

The new reality of customizable, one-off production:
Additive Manufacturing (AM). Where it’s going, why and what’s
driving its emergence.


3D Printing Begins to Come of Age…Finally!

Exoskeleton Research Steps Up to Challenges

Robotics Takeways From CES 2016
More in 3D Printing



Robotics Takeways From CES 2016

Chinese Firms Invest $20M in Israeli Robotics R&D

RoboBusiness Europe Is Reborn in Denmark

In Their Own Words: 10 Women Talk About the Future of Robotics

Is Robotic Welding ‘Inevitable’?