IPR Robotics to participate in 24th Annual National Robot Safety Conference

IPR Robotics, LLC, located in Troy, Michigan, will be participating in the upcoming Robot Industry Association's (RIA) 24th Annual National Robot Safety Conference on Sept. 25, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana.

IPR Robotics, LLC, located in Troy, Michigan, will be participating in the upcoming Robot Industry Association's (RIA) 24th Annual National Robot Safety Conference on Sept. 25, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana.


"IPR Robotics is proud to be participating in this event as a Member of the RIA's Partnership for Collaborative Safety ", said Dan Peretz, Vice President - North America. "IPR is committed to providing robotic system integrators and end users with custom End of Arm Tools, tool changers, gripping modules, 7th axis rails and other robot systems peripherals that facilitate full compliance with RIA and ISO safety and training standards."
If you have interest in meeting with IPR Robotics' at the Indianapolis event on Sept. 25, please contact us at techsales@iprrobotics.com or call Dan Peretz at 248-556-7556.

IPR Robotics, LLC is affiliated with IPR - Intelligente Peripherien fuer Roboter GmbH, located in Schwaigern, Germany, which has been in business since 1989. IPR's global product offering includes a broad range of standard end-of-arm components including grippers, compliance wrists, alignment devices, tool changers, load limiters and force/torque sensors, along with 7th axis robot rails. IPR Robotics, LLC has been in the US since 2003 and excels at combining these components into complete EOAT solutions to meet the needs of each application. IPR provides the Hands and Feet of robots! www.iprrobotics.com

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