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Robotics Technology Panel Discussion

8/17/22 2:00 pm to 8/17/23 2:00 pm EDT
Contact: Meg M.

Available On Demand until August 17, 2023

Robots are less expensive and easier to use than ever. The technology is well within the reach of even small and midsized manufacturers. According to the International Federation of Robotics, there are 228 robots for every 10,000 manufacturing workers in the U.S. That’s more than twice the global average. The skilled labor shortage and the increasing popularity of collaborative robots will only increase that trend.


Whether you need a six-axis cobot for machine tending or a desktop Cartesian robot for dispensing adhesive, you’ll find it at The ASSEMBLY Show. A dozen suppliers will be displaying the latest robots, grippers, tool changers, compliance devices and other technologies at the show—and that doesn’t include systems integrators, which can create turnkey robotic lines for your plant, or companies like MTA Automation, which offer robotic workcells for soldering or dispensing.

Before you visit the show floor, tune into this exclusive panel discussion featuring executives from four of the nation’s top suppliers of robotic technology: ATI Industrial Automation, Epson Robots, FANUC America and Universal Robots.

Learning Objectives:
  • Discuss the advantages and limitations of Cartesian, SCARA, six-axis and delta robots.
  • Explain when to use cobots—and when traditional industrial robots might be better.
  • Identify how and when to use tool changers and compliance devices.
  • Describe how to robotize common manufacturing operations, such as machine tending.
  • Assess how and when to use vision guidance.

Sponsored by:

ATI Industrial Automation
BalTec
PromessWEISS

Universal Robots


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