Kassow Robots Launches the KR Pulse Ecosystem

To help integrators and customers combine cobots with end-of-arm tools and software solutions.

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Kassow Robots announced the the launch of its KR Pulse ecosystem, which aims to help systems integrators and industrial end customers seamlessly combine Kassow Robots cobots with end-of-arm tools and software solutions.

Kassow Robots, majority owned by Bosch Rexroth, also announced the addition of a new ecosystem section to their website.

โ€œThe launch of KR Pulse is a milestone for Kassow Robots,โ€ Kassow founder, co-owner  and CEO Kristian Kassow said. โ€œWith our ecosystem for peripheral devices and software, our end customers and partners can now implement cobot solutions even more quickly. The easy integration of our cobots into automation processes has been an essential part of our business concept since the beginning. KR Pulse further strengthens this approach.โ€ 

This approach is the core idea of his 7-axis lightweight cobots: to enable industrial end customers to automate more flexibly than is possible with conventional cobots.

KR Pulse comprises components, application kits, engineering tools

KR Pulse is made up of three segments: components such as grippers or vision systems, application kits such as hardware for applications like welding or dispensing and engineering tools to foster processes such as simulation.

C-Buns combine cobots with products from KR Pulse

Kassow Robots C-Buns (compatibility bundles) are one of the most important building blocks of the KR Pulse ecosystem. They enable the seamless functional integration of other products with Kassow Robots cobots (plug and play), a capability that is in high demand for end customers today.

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