Videos

Visual demonstrations of the latest technology revealing just how innovative and effective the latest products and solutions can be.



igus drylin delta robot coming to a location near you

drylin delta robot is now on tour; there are live performances at business venues up and down the UK and Ireland, from Aberdeen to Bristol and Dublin to Galway. Last week our skilled engineers toured ...





How igus ball transfer units move high loads easily

igus ball transfer units designed for use on conveyor tables transport delicate or heavy goods in multiple directions. Made of the high-performance plastic xirodur B180, they can absorb loads of up ...








First desktop robot for industrial use

Automata, a London-based robotics company, today announced the launch of Eva – the first-ever desktop robot for industrial use, following £5.3m in funding.





LCR 4.0 case study: Heap & Partners

Founded in 1866, Heap & Partners designs and manufactures industrial valves, instrumentation and associated equipment. Based in Wirral, the company distributes its products to a range of sectors ...


How igus could be with you sooner than you think

We know the chances of getting out to visit shows and exhibitions are becoming few and far between. With our mobile display, we take to the road and come to you; it is an opportunity for you to get ...


LCR 4.0 case study: Beverston Engineering

Based in Liverpool City Region’s Knowsley borough, Beverston Engineering specialises in the prototyping and manufacture of state-of-the-art engineering components for a range of industries. These ...


LCR 4.0 case study: Valuechain

Software company Valuechain has been working with part ERDF funded business support programme, LCR 4.0 to improve its ground-breaking ‘DNA 4.0 smartfactoryvr’.


How igus motion plastics keep AGVs moving

Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs) are revolutionising warehouses, where everything works automatically, is self-sufficient and, even, self-learning. They come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, but all ...


LCR 4.0 case study: CNC Robotics

CNC Robotics is the UK’s leading robotics integration company specialising in advanced robotics systems for machining. Founded in 2010, the Liverpool-based manufacturer works in a range of sectors ...



How e-chains help guide and protect cables and hoses

When cables and hydraulic lines connect to a moving machine component, such as a telescopic loader, there are several ways to allow the movement. While the easiest is to simply allow slack hose, this ...


How low-cost automation is made simple with igus

In this week’s video, we see all the lubrication free elements from igus combined into a fully-tailored low-cost automation system. From bearings, linear guides and cable management systems to ...