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Nick Hudson Promoted to Operations Manager

Nick Hudson Promoted to Operations Manager

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RNA are pleased to announce that the promotion of Nick Hudson from Project Manager to Operations Manager. Nick has over 15 years of experience in the automation and engineering field, and has been with RNA since 2016. Over the past two years, Nick has taken on the lead management role for most of the largest projects.
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RNA continues engineering expansion

RNA continues engineering expansion

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With the start of 2018 we have had the pleasure of welcoming new members to RNA due to continued expansion of our well-established business. Continue Reading

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Robotic Packaging System Packs Filler Caps

Robotic Packaging System Packs Filler Caps

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RNA developed an automated robotic packaging system for packaging 2 different types of filler caps. The system utilises a machine mounted Nachi MZ07L robot with a bespoke gripper system to suit the filler cap and the corrugated interleafs. Continue Reading

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Robotic Parts Feeding System Handles Swiss Watches’ Most Delicate Parts

Robotic Parts Feeding System Handles Swiss Watches’ Most Delicate Parts

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Asyril’s 3-axis vibration feeder can handle parts smaller than 0.1 mm and up to 10 mm in size.

For years, specially trained employees at Swiss watch part supplier Affolter SA underwent the tedious task of manually handling a large variety of highly precise parts designed to operate some of the world’s best watches. The work was monotonous but necessary. Continue Reading

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RNA at Motek 2017: Show Review

RNA at Motek 2017: Show Review

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The recent Motek show in Stuarttgart proved to be very successful for the RNA Group. Together with our partner Asyril SA, Rhein-Nadel Automation GmbH presented the ROBO-FLEX P flexible feeding and assembly cell, demonstrating how a continuous, fixed-tact assembly system can be realized without the need for a buffer using two Asycube platforms in parallel. Continue Reading

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