We are celebrating 10 years of operations at KUKA Systems de Mexico. We have been successfully contributing to the KUKA Systems group in growth and ability to support and deliver major projects to our customers. We celebrated at our plant in Mexico by sharing lunch together. We also received awards for years of service. Congratulations and viva de Mexico!   KUKA Systems de Mexico esta celebrando 10 años de estar operando en Mexico.  El equipo en Mexico ha contribuido al crecimiento del grupo de KUKA Systems  y cuenta con la habilidad para dar soporte y entrega de proyectos a nuestros clientes.  Los festejos se celebraron en la planta de Mexico, donde todo el equipo compartió una comida y reconocimientos fueron entregados al personal de KUKA por sus años de servicio. Muchas Felicidades y que Viva Mexico!   [show slideshow] VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes... Read More
Don’t forget!

Don’t forget!


Posted By on 2013-12-05

Tonight is St. Nicholas and my cleaned extra-large boots are already available. St. Nicholas visits children in the night of 5th to 6th December, leaving apples and nuts or in the present day also sweets such as chocolate St. Nicholas, gingerbread and gifts. Not to forget, a boots or a pair of shoes should be placed, in which St. Nicholas places his gifts. Free after Theodor Storm “From out the forest I now appear, to proclaim that Christmastide is here! For at the top of every tree are golden lights for all to see…” the St. Nicholas day sweetens the waiting for Christmas and woe to it only the helper comes to me! In my family there is also the tradition to give St. Nicholas the wish list for Christmas. Therefore, mine is already written and today’s night on the trip. Who wants to have it easier, can write directly to the Christ child. Here you can find the address: Letter to Christ child           VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes... Read More
Production-News

Production-News


Posted By on 2013-11-26

<iframe width=”640″ height=”390″ src=”//www.youtube.com/embed/OlqGHNLBtnU” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe> Here you can find the real application of WaveLine. We already presented it as a simulation a few month ago. Finally, the real application of waveline at our customer in South Africa. Do you like our new video? note: With the KUKACobra, KUKA Systems represents its new development in Press Shop Solutions. On the robotarm at KUKACobra is mounted an additional linear and pivot shaft for faster loading and unloading of the presses. KUKACobra is the central component in the automation system concept WaveLine. Along with the press manufacturer FAGORARRASATES. Coop. KUKA Systems has developed the WaveLine. It is the first high-speed pressline with robotic automationon at the market . This ideally combines the advantages of tandem and transfer press lines. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes... Read More

School Spirit Day


Posted By on 2013-11-06

Every year, KUKA Systems North America celebrates School Spirit Day for the Michigan State and University of Michigan College Football game. The teams are distinct rivals, a tradition that is observed at KUKA, many of whom are alumni for the colleges or have children and relatives attending. Colleagues are encouraged to wear their team’s colors of blue for U of M and green for Michigan State and also all other colleges colors are encouraged. Spirit Day gets all the team together at the Hot Dog Lunches in all the KUKA buildings in the US. The winner of the game this year was Michigan State. Go Green!       VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes... Read More
An Indian tradition

An Indian tradition


Posted By on 2013-11-04

  Diwali is one of the most important holidays in India and always starts on the fifteenth day of the Hindu month Kartik (late October / early November), 20 days after Dasahra to new moon. The different regions tell different stories about the origin of the row of lights. But in all the stories the return of the Divine King Ram(the embodiment of goodness and light) is celebrated  with the lights. This is the reason why people decorate their houses and land with diyas and colorful lights. Depending on the region, the party takes one to five days wherein each holiday has its own symbolic meaning and focus. • Dhanteras (Day 1): The first day of Diwali is known as Dhanteras (Dhan means ‘wealth’ and Teras means ‘13th day’). As the name implies, this day falls on the 13th day of the lunar month. During this day, people observe a fast which is broken after sunset when the women light lamps throughout the night in respectful adoration to Yam, God of Death. • Naraka Chaturdashi (Day 2): The second day of Diwali is Naraka Chaturdashi when the demon Naraka was defeated by Lord Krishna. On this day, people bathe before sunrise. This day is known as ‘Chhoti Deepavali’ as, according to the ritual of the puja, five lamps are lit at strategic places in the house – the gateway, barn, well, peepul tree and kitchen. • Diwali (Day 3): The third day is celebrated as the actual Diwali when the moon wanes entirely and there is complete darkness in the sky. Laxmi Puja is performed on this day using tiny diya lights to drive away the evil spirit. • Padwa (Day... Read More
Jean’s Day Donation

Jean’s Day Donation


Posted By on 2013-10-28

During 2012 and 2013 KUKA Systems North America employees and contingent workers donate $5 to wear jeans on Fridays. Over $16,900 has been donated to a number of charities. The charities are chosen by the employees and contingent workers and often go to help support KUKA employees families and friends. Our KUKA colleague Ken Barnes has a daughter who is fighting breast cancer, this year’s donations from Jean’s Day will go towards her care. The KUKA Cares fund will top up the amount. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes... Read More
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