At the beginning of September KUKA Systems held an interesting white moon cakes DIY activity in China. The snowy moon cake originally came from Hong Kong. It’s different from the traditional Chinese moon cake, which is traditionally baked and has a golden yellow color. However, the snowy moon cake’s raw material is glutinous rice; the cake looks white. Most snowy moon cakes have a transparent milky white skin but there are also red, yellow, green and other colors with eatable color powder. They have different tastes and a very harmonious and graceful appearance. The snowy moon cakes are without baking, the process is simple and the taste is soft and smooth, slightly elastic, and it is a very popular cake now in China. Ingredients : 80 g moon cakes powder 32 g water 4 g white oil 80g Moon cake paste (Lotus, sweet bean paste, mixed nuts) Method : 1. Add the boiled water to the moon cakes flour, and then, mix it with the white oil until the dough is smooth and soft. 2. Divide the moon cake paste in 20g and roll it tightly into a ball.   3. Divide the dough into 20g and roll into a ball. 4. Flatten the dough. Place the filling into the center of the dough. 5.Wrap it up tightly and seal the edges; roll it into a ball 6. Press each ball into moon cake mold and then push it lightly out on a serving plate. Cover tightly with plastic film and chill for 1-2 hours. And the result speaks for itself and our colleagues are obviously proud about it:... Read More
Time is flying. The Hannover fair is in full swing. This year many solutions for the industry 4.0 are in focus. Topics like Human Robot Collaboration (HRC), Mobility and Networking play a major role. Especially our Coffe 4.0 application amazes our visitors and spoils with tasty coffee in the sign of industry 4.0. Coffee 4.0: The KR Agilus as a Barista Whether  you add milk and sugar or prefer it unsweetened and strong, everyone likes their coffee in a particular way. That is why we are preparing coffee in a new way: by having two robots serve the drink as mechanical baristas – from order taking through to preparation and serving. Customized products in industrial manufacturing With the Coffee 4.0 application, KUKA is demonstrating what is already possible today. All core functionalities of networked digital production in a smart factory are implemented in a fully operational manner. The required production and system data are thus stored in the Cloud. By scanning the barcode the mechanical barista receives the customer order. The customer used this barcode already before to establish his coffee preferences. The benefits are obvious. For example, system data can be called up from anywhere on a mobile device, maintenance requiremments can be predicted and the Service team can immediately be informed of any irregularities via the Internet. The showcase can be transferred at almost any industrial production process. Instead of grinding and brewing, it could be welding, adhesive bonding, pouring, laser cutting and much more. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 5.0/5 (1 vote... Read More
Happy new year everybody!  We just started in the new exhibition season 2016 and proudly present our booth at EUROGUSS, the International Trade Fair for Die Casting.  It is Europe’s biggest trade fair for die casting and takes place from January 12-14 in Nuremberg. A highlight at our booth is our “Bier Paulii” – a LBR iiwa, which can not just pour wheat beer with a perfect head, but also rinses the glass and swings the last remnants of yeast from the bottle.  If you want to see our Bier Paulii in action, you are welcome to visit our stand (Hall 6, 309). We look forward to seeing you!   VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes... Read More
In a commercial, that was created together with Paulaner, tradition meets innovation – in the battle for the perfect poured wheat beer. Who can do it faster? Radio moderator Bernhard Fleischmann, called “Fleischi”, or the sensitive LBRiiwa from KUKA? Take a look if Fleischi can beat a master or hasn’t the ghost of a chance against the Weißbier-Paulii:     VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes... Read More
Our apprentices are top Today, Madeline Ehrenreich has her last day in the Department. She supported the marketing for four months actively. At the end, she baked a “snow white cake”… department code inclusive, reallly marketinglike, that goes without saying! Madeline, for your future we wish you all the best and good luck with your apprenticeship. You will find the right recipes for the snow white cake for example here                       VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes... Read More
Did you actually know in which branch and for which purpuse you can use robots? Certainly in the automotive industry. Also in the food, plastics or foundry industries. One new application you will find in the UK. Our subsidiary KUKA Systems Ltd. develops applications for the disposal of nuclear waste. Together with a resident research facility, testing be carried out in a simulated environment. The robot pick up and handle the radioactive waste. The development with the use of robotics in these critical areas is still going ahead because the use of robot units is a real and viable option. Have a look at: http://www.bbc.com/news/business-33849026 VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes... Read More
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