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Kassow Robots KR Pulse Ecosystem

March 20, 2024

Kassow Robots launched its KR Pulse ecosystem. The aim of KR Pulse is to enable systems integrators and industrial end customers to seamlessly combine Kassow Robots cobots with end-of-arm tools and software solutions. Copenhagen-based Kassow Robots, majority owned by Bosch Rexroth, has added a new ecosystem section to its website. 

The approach to which Kassow refers 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 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.

In 2024, Kassow Robots will continue to drive its systematic expansion of the KR Pulse ecosystem with strong partner companies ready to join in the coming months.

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. Everybody knows how convenient it is, when you’re installing a printer at home to be able to simply plug in the cord and activate the printer in the system settings. C-Buns allow plug and play functionality for partner solutions.

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