Stäubli to host Stäubli Tech Day, Oct. 13, 2016

Stäubli will be hosting Stäubli Tech Day Oct. 13, 2016 at their Duncan, SC location.

Stäubli Technology Day will be an exciting event geared towards manufacturing professionals who want to maximize profit and value in their workflows. Stäubli's industry experts will be present to demonstrate how their top of the line Connectors, Robotic and Textile technology improve productivity.

Stäubli Connectors will be illustrating a wide range of quick connections that provide convenience and security to all cover a large number of industries. From the Multi Tool Changer to Injection Mold Couplings, Stäubli connectors adhere to strict rules of ergonomics, safety and long term leak-proof characteristics for more efficient and economical applications.

Stäubli's Robotics experts will be demonstrating top-of-the-line robotic technology to help manufacturers achieve better productivity through the utiliziation of clean, consistent high performance robots. Since 1982, the Stäubli Group has brought its innovation to the robotics market place and today Stäubli Robotics is a leading player in automation around the world.

There will be industry specific seminars to attend over the course of the day and vendor showcases highlighting our valued partners.

Seminars include:
Stäubli Robotics "Driving Automotive Solutions" and "Humid Environment Applications" by Paul Deady
"Intro to Stäubli Suites" and Stäubli Services" by Florian Vie
Diverse Automation "Expansion of Diverse Automation and Cloud Robotics" by Tony Wallace
Calvary Robotics "Flexible Robotics Applications" by Jim Diederich
Edgewater Automation "Edgewater Automation's Global Capabilities Overview" by Lars Helland
Stäubli Connectors "Multi Tool Changer" by Markus Weckbach
"Automation with Connectors" by Jeff Franz
"Quick Mold Change" by Steve Nystrom
Lanco Integrated "Utilizing Robotics in Flex Feeding and Assembly Systems" by Thomas LaNigra

To learn more and to reserve your spot, visit: http://www.staubli.com/techdays.

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