In the early Spring 2017 In-Position Technologies had the opportunity to attend the STEM Academy (K-8) Night of Code on the ASU Polytechnic Campus. Here you will see pictures of students exploring and discovering a real-world Dobot! Students as young as Kindergarten used the Joystick to manipulate Dobot, our Educational Robot, and move it on it’s 3 axes! A few of the students were celebrating their birthday, so they programmed their very own Birthday wish from the Dobot; Happy Birthday the Dobot wrote with its End of Arm pen! Junior High students were able to try their skills with Blockley, a programming language that Dobot reads when students code the robot. Besides coding; Dobot students can 3D print, pick and place objects with its gripper and suction cup arm, and even Laser print. The host teacher printed an ASU Logo, Go Devils!! At the Stem Prep Academy, students gain hands-on experience, which is helping to establish a strong STEM Education base in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. In-Position enjoyed the evening, celebrating the partnership with teachers training students to be prepared for real world employment in the field of robotics!
Dobot Assembly Project Currently on Twitter, our new clients are tweeting about using the Dobot Suction Cup to pick and place objects used in demonstration here at a US trade show. Mr. Ricardo O. reports that, “I am very thankful to have found you. Your product...read more
Meet our Robotic Educational Navigational interface, RENi! She will be our guide as we explore the world of science and technology with the Dobot Magician! Born on the Asian continent, our robotic friend takes her name from the Mandarin word “rén”, meaning “person” or...read more
I want to 3D print faster! How can I get a better quality print? These are both comments I get all of the time. There are a lot of different settings that can affect the speed and quality of your print and the tricky part is it all depends on what you want to do....read more
Mini Production Line Simulation The Conveyor Belt Kit for Dobot Magician is a complete production line simulation. Who knew this simulation could engage students in the classroom with real world applications for tomorrow? The Conveyor Belt Kit has adjustable speeds, a...read more
In a not too distance past, new technology was something reserved for professors, scientists, or high powered executives. Let’s take computers for example. In 1986 the fastest computer on the market in was the Compaq 386 Desktop computer which ran for $6,499 ($14,499...read more
In-Position Technologies highlights the educational aspects of automation through use of the Dobot Magician robotic arm - the robot that...read more
In-Position Technologies would like to thank everyone who stopped by our booth at the NoCom 2017 Trade Show on April 27th in Loveland, CO. We are looking forward to meeting with you in the near future to discuss your upcoming projects. We would like to thank the...read more