Thursday, June 28, 2007
 
FANUC Robotics Central to Host Intelligent Robot Applications Forum
 
The forum will include a wide range of intelligent robots including the M-430iA high-speed picking robot

FANUC Robotics America, Inc. will demonstrate its latest intelligent robotic solutions for assembly, machine tending, packaging, bin picking, coating and arc welding at the company’s facility in Mason, Ohio, (Cincinnati), July 18-19, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.   

 

The event will feature robot system demonstrations, interactive presentations, and breakout seminars on the company’s new LR Mate 200iC LEAN (light, efficient, accurate, nimble) robot and iRVision products including examples of 2D and 3D robotic vision applications.  Also, attendees will have the opportunity to meet with automation experts to discuss their own manufacturing challenges. 

 

In addition to the LR Mate 200iC mini robot and iRVision (built-in vision), FANUC Robotics will demonstrate the new ARC Mate 100iC arc welding robot, M-430iA high-speed picking robot, P-250iA and P-50iA industrial coating robots, force sensing, offline programming, and simulation. 

 

“Our event is designed for current and potential users of robots,” said John Roemisch, general manager, FANUC Robotics Central.  “It will be a perfect opportunity for potential users to gain first-hand knowledge of robot operations, programming, electrical interface, and workcell planning.  In addition, it will provide experienced users with details on our latest technologies including vision, force and torque sensing, and motion control.”

 

FANUC Robotics Central is located at 7700 Innovation Way, Mason, Ohio 45040.  For more information call 1-800-iQ-ROBOT (option 5), or register online .