Automate 2017 - Robotmaster at Automate 2017!

Hypertherm Inc. will be exhibiting at Automate 2017 which will be held April 3-6 at The McCormick Place in Chicago Illinois.

Hanover, New Hampshire, March 31, 2017- Hypertherm Inc. will be exhibiting at Automate 2017 which will be held April 3-6 at The McCormick Place in Chicago Illinois. We will be in the North Hall at booth 2037 and showcasing our next generation technology that's enabling the economic implementation of robots to companies of all sizes.


Visit our booth and ask to see a live demonstration of Robotmaster - the market leader for robot programming. Robotmaster CAD/CAM software for robots seamlessly integrates off-line programming and simulation delivering quick, error-free robot programs.

This year we are expanding to a larger brand new booth layout located across the aisle from the major robot manufacturers. A bigger space with more demo stations, Automate 2017 is the perfect venue, to showcase the next generation of Robotmaster features.

On Wednesday, April 5 at 3:00 pm, get a chance to listen to Greg Culp- Senior Software Sales Manager at Hypertherm Inc. and Octave Brouard- Applications Engineer at Hypertherm Robotic Software Inc., speak about robotic programming for high-mix applications at the Automate 2017 Conference.


See you in Chicago!

Media contact: Matthew Nalbandian, Marketing and Media at Hypertherm Robotic Software Inc. Phone: (514) 225-2206 info@robotmaster.com

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