News & Articles

  • 09

    Feb
    2011

    Gears undoubtedly occupy a critical place in mechanical design. Name any mechanical device and it is sure to have gears in one form or the other. They have found a wide range of applications in our lives. To understand the importance of gears is

  • 03

    Jan
    2011

    In today’s economy, robots are exactly what the doctor ordered to improve the health of the economy and keep jobs at home. Fear of displacement from robotics and automation is misplaced in today’s global marketplace. What should really give workers pause is when their

  • 12

    Dec
    2010

    Autonetics continues its expansion of modern industrial optical metrology products to include in-process, PCP (Progressive Cavity Pump) rotor inspection. The tight tolerances and long cycle times encountered in rotor production necessitates inspection during the whirling process to avoid costly waste of materials and machining

  • 22

    Sep
    2010

    Autonetics products will be featured in the December issue of Modern Machine Shop magazine. See the article here: http://www.mmsonline.com/videos/video-in-process-scanning-of-a-turned-profilevia-robot

  • 20

    Sep
    2010

    Autonetics wishes to express our deep appreciation to our partners and all who visited our display at IMTS 2010. We would especially like to thank Kenna Technical, Micro-Epsilon, Hartwig, Morris South and Kawasaki for being instrumental to our combined success. A summary of this

  • 29

    Aug
    2010

    Driven by customer request, Autonetics persists in development and adaptation of our popular internal diameter gaging methods to challenging purposes. We recognize that a variety of industries continue to develop devices that require precisely machined components. This trend is driving machine tool manufacturers to

  • 08

    Aug
    2010

    At the recent THiNC developers group hosted at Carron Engineering’s facility in Wells,MA Autonetics announced an opensource development initiative with top developers in the industry. The THiNC simulator allows a developer to run THiNC applications on any PC machine and create advanced simulations for tool load, common

  • 23

    Jul
    2010

    On July 21 Autonetics met with representatives of Micro Epsilon America to review new developments in laser micrometer and thermal imaging fields. Micro Epsilon’s high resolution optical micrometers are a critical component of our in-process, non-contact, gauging solutions therefore we strive to remain informed

  • 16

    Jul
    2010

    Gaging solutions for large and small diameter shafts, cams, spindles or axles. Autonetics patented process of non-contact robotic gauging addresses a lapse in quality control concerning the turning, shaping and fabrication of items. Our product specifically addresses measurement of item dimensions while still in

  • 15

    Jul
    2010

    The future of palletization is in innovation and optimization. Reducing the processes and steps in warehousing reduces errors. At Autonetics we know the number of automation instructions just through re-entering data multiple times is staggering and results in direct loss of productivity, effectiveness, accuracy,