FABTECH gives Stäubli an opportunity to illustrate solutions that improve productivity while increasing profits.

RoboticsTomorrow discusses FABTECH 2015 with Jan Abel of Stäubli

Jan Abel | Stäubli

 

Your company will be exhibiting at FABTECH Expo this year, what is it that makes this an important event for your company?

FABTECH gives Stäubli an opportunity to illustrate solutions that improve productivity while increasing profits. 

 

What can a visitor to your booth expect to see this year? 

MPS Demo Cell will illustrate two active docking stations, TX200 Staubli robot, Weld Gun, Tip Dresser and  Controller.  The Stäubli’s TX200  is an industrial robot that offers unique features designed to deliver the best possible process quality and productivity in all environments.  Combitac, a customized multi-coupling system allows you to connect all energy circuits at once.  

 

When you get a chance to walk the exhibit hall floor yourself, what is it you will be most interested to see?  

It is always interesting to see the latest innovation, cutting edge technology and spend time with show visitors.

 

When you book a booth for a tradeshow like this what are your expectations and what does your company hope to accomplish at the event? 

The Staubli Group offers innovative mechatronics solutions for every industry and we are always ready to serve present as well as new customers. 

 

 

About Stäubli

Stäubli is a mechatronics solution provider with three dedicated divisions: textile machinery, connectors and robotics. With a workforce of 4000, the company generates a yearly turnover of 1 billion Swiss francs. Originally founded 1892 as a small workshop in Horgen / Zurich, Stäubli today is an international group with a presence in 25 countries and a head office in Pfäffikon, Switzerland.

 

Staubli Corporation

Staubli Corporation

Stäubli is a leading manufacturer of textile machinery, quick release couplings and robotics systems. With a workforce of over 4500 employees Stäubli is present in 25 countries supported by a comprehensive distribution network in 50 countries worldwide. Stäubli's North American headquarters is located in Duncan, South Carolina and has over 200 employees supporting Textile, Connectors and Robotics customers, with a dynamic sales force strategically placed on the West Coast, Canada, Mexico, and elsewhere throughout the continent.

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