MATRIX DESIGN, LLC TO FEATURE LIVE ROBOTIC MACHINE TENDING AND DEBURRING SYSTEMS AT AUTOMATE 2017

Matrix Design, LLC will be exhibiting at Automate 2017 from April 03-06, 2017 at McCormick Place in Chicago. Held every two years, Automate exhibitors will be showcasing a full range of automation technologies and solutions in robotics, motion control, and vision.

South Elgin, IL - February 14, 2017 - Matrix Design, LLC will be exhibiting at Automate 2017 from April 03-06, 2017 at McCormick Place in Chicago. Held every two years, Automate exhibitors will be showcasing a full range of automation technologies and solutions in robotics, motion control, and vision.

"We're looking forward to being at this year's show where attendees will have the opportunity to see the latest advancements in Automation technology," says Jeff Bennett, Vice President of Sales and Marketing. "We're thrilled at the opportunity to have our world class automation systems and solutions on display and available for demonstration where manufacturers can see firsthand how their operations can benefit from increased productivity, improved safety and work environment, decreased costs, and consolidation of processes."
Matrix will exhibit in booth #1612, a 20' x 30' space, and will feature live automation demonstrations of their robotic machine tending and deburring systems. Matrix's experienced staff experts will be in attendance to present their systems and to consult with attendees.

About Matrix Design
Matrix works closely with end users to develop, build, and install robotic automation systems. Specializing in machine tending, deburring, and a range of material handling systems, Matrix has built a reputation for designing and delivering the most optimal and robust industrial automation systems to manufacturers worldwide. To learn more, visit www.matrixdesignllc.com or call us at 847-841-8260.

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