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New Danish Robot Revolutionizes Manufacturing
Universal Robots' CTO, Esben H. Ostergaard, and the UR5 and UR10 robotic arms
Universal Robots' lightweight robotic arms are now making their US debut at this year's International Manufacturing Trade Show (IMTS) in Chicago
By RBR Staff


Does this headline look familiar? While the international robotics community anticipates the unveiling of Rethink Robotics’ new line of compact, inexpensive, easily programmable robots, the Danish-based Universal Robots brings its six-axis robotic arms—boasting the same revolutionary qualities—to the U.S. for a very public show-and-tell. 

The UR5 robotic arm manufactured by Universal Robots has been announced “The world’s most innovative robot” by The International Federation of Robotics and IEEE Robotics and Automation Society. The US audience will now see the…

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