Staubli - Don't miss The Assembly Show!

At the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois, Staubli will showcase how our clean, consistent, high performance robotic systems can help protect your people, production and investment.

The Assembly Show has quickly become the "must attend" industry event for assembly professionals where the main objective remains the same - helping suppliers, buyers and users of assembly equipment in manufacturing plants connect, learn, share and explore all things "assembly."


At the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois, Staubli will showcase how our clean, consistent, high performance robotic systems can help protect your people, production and investment.

Stäubli Robotics. The Future is Man and Machine.

Stäubli Robotics will simulate a highly realistic Smart Factory in which different TX2 models in multiple interlinked cells will prove their Industry 4.0 compatibility, as well as their collaborative skills.

"Our complete range of robots allows manufacturers to introduce automation into their production processes in new and exciting ways," said Roger Varin, CEO, Stäubli North America. "Our new TX2 line is redefining performance by allowing for true collaboration between man and machine."

Stäubli now offers the world's widest range of robots in special versions and is the undisputed market leader in this segment. Additional products such as HE, Cleanroom, Super Cleanroom, ESD and Stericlean designate special versions, which deliver the same high level of performance that has come to be expected of the standard models.
Stäubli will have robotic demos from the TX90 HE, TP80 Round and the TP80 with a Smart Factory demonstration from the TX2 series. The new TX2 line is offered in six model series: TX2-40, TX2-60, TX2-60L, TX2-90, TX2-90L and TX2-90XL, and is capable of handling loads between two and up to 15 kilos with a reach between 515 and 1,450 millimeters.

With the launch of the TX2 series and CS9 safety control, Stäubli has opened a new chapter in man-robot collaboration. The six-axis robots have a separate safe digital encoder for each axis and an integrated safety board. All safety features comply with the stringent requirements of the highest safety category, SIL3/PLe.

Visit Stäubli at Booth #613, for the latest innovations from Stäubli Robotics and see how our clean, consistent high performance technologies can help protect your people, production, and investment.




About Stäubli North America
Staubli North American headquarters is located in Duncan, SC and has over 200 employees supporting Textiles, Connectors and Robotics customers. The sales force is strategically placed on the West Coast, Canada, Mexico and elsewhere thoughtout the continent.

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 29 countries supported by a comprehensive distribution network in 50 countries worldwide.
Visit www.staubli.us for more information on the company and products.


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