Stäubli Robotics Announces Winner of Robot Give-Away

Stäubli Robotics, manufacturers of high speed and precision robots for industrial applications, was a major attraction at this year’s AUTOMATE show in Chicago. Among the highlights at the Stäubli booth was a raffle for a complete RS40B CS8C 4-axis SCARA robot system, which went to lucky winner Dorothy Williams from Kellogg Company.

DUNCAN, SC - Stäubli Robotics, manufacturers of high speed and precision robots for industrial applications, was a major attraction at this year's AUTOMATE show in Chicago. Among the highlights at the Stäubli booth was a raffle for a complete RS40B CS8C 4-axis SCARA robot system, which went to lucky winner Dorothy Williams from Kellogg Company.


The prize package included a wall-mount RS40B robot arm, 20-mm diameter and 200 stroke, a CS8C controller, working mode box with a 5-meter cable, a 5-meter interconnect cable, SP1 pendant with a 7-meter cable and a week of training. Ms. Williams commented, "This is an awesome opportunity to get acquainted with Staubli robotics!"

The Robotics Division also showcased its TS60, TS80 and TX200 robot systems at the event, and introduced VALproduct solutions, the newest line of Stäubli Robotics Control software.

About Stäubli:
Stäubli is a mechatronics solutions provider with three dedicated divisions: Textile Machinery, Connectors and Robotics. With a workforce of 3700, Stäubli has a presence in 25 countries and agents in 50 countries around the world. For more information, visit www.staubli.us.

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