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    Kawasaki Robots Perform Laser Show in Cologne Cathedral, Germany

    Robots perform in a church for the first time ever! In an effort to attract young people to visit the historic Cologne Cathedral and reflect on its message during the world’s largest computer game show, GAMESCON, held in Cologne, Germany, in August 2016, the church reached out to Ruhr-University Bochum to create a task force to help. The outcome was the creation of a unique event, the SilentMOD light and music show featuring three Kawasaki RS005L robots. Kawasaki Robotics GmbH was honored to have the opportunity to support such a beautiful and creative endeavor.

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    Kawasaki Robotics
    featuring NUMBERS No:Z

    What happens when human imagination meets Kawasaki technology? A perfectly engineered choreography that captures the essence of harmonized movement between humans and robots, performed by world-renowned animation dance duo NUMBERS No:Z and Kawasaki robots.

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    Kawasaki: Kawasaki Robotics, Akashi / Nishi-Kobe Works

    With more than 139,000 robots installed worldwide, Kawasaki Robotics is a leading supplier of industrial robots and robotic automation systems with a broad product portfolio, able to service a wide range of applications across diverse industries. We have incorporated over 45 years of experience as a robot industry leader into the development of the most technically advanced controllers and the highest quality robots. We support our customers’ needs from initial purchase, implementation and training to technical assistance and maintenance. With our cost-effective and reliable automation solutions, we strive to maximize our customers’ productivity, safety, flexibility and product quality.
    Kawasaki Robotics is your flexible automation partner.

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    Ninja H2R Framework Welding

    We have over 45 years of experience developing robots that improve manufacturing productivity and quality for both our customers, and ourselves - see Kawasaki robots weld the frame of the new Kawasaki Ninja H2R motorcycle.

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