Stäubli Robotics to exhibit at ATX 2017

At booth #4604, Stäubli will exhibit the latest in robotics automation. Stäubli's range of clean, consistent high performance robots will be illustrating a number of tasks specifically for manufacturing automation. From product picking at extremely high speeds, to the safety aspects of product handling, Staubli robotics offers a full solution for automating many manufacturing processes.

DUNCAN, SC - ATX 2017 will be held at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA February 7-9, 2017. Thousands of professionals will be in search of the most innovative solutions in the industry.

At booth #4604, Stäubli will exhibit the latest in robotics automation. Stäubli's range of clean, consistent high performance robots will be illustrating a number of tasks specifically for manufacturing automation. From product picking at extremely high speeds, to the safety aspects of product handling, Staubli robotics offers a full solution for automating many manufacturing processes.
Learn more about the latest technology, products and equipment by attending ATX West. To register online, please visit: http://atxwest.designnews.com/


About Stäubli: Connectors, Robotics and Textiles
Stäubli's North American headquarters is located in Duncan, South Carolina and has over 200 employees supporting Connectors, Robotics and Textile Machinery customers, with a dynamic sales force strategically placed on the West Coast, Canada, Mexico, and elsewhere throughout the continent
www.staubli.us

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