Stäubli Robotics to Showcase Auto, Life Science and Packaging Solutions at ATX West

Stäubli will demonstrate an innovative approach to plastic automotive part assembly using its TX2 collaborative robot, which complies with the requirements of the highest safety category and excels in every facet of automation, including high-volume manufacturing as well as collaborative scenarios.

DUNCAN, S.C. (January 18, 2019) - Stäubli Robotics is a leading international player in industrial automation developing specific robotics solutions for the most stringent requirements. Exhibiting robotic automation cells for the life science, automotive and packaging sectors at the ATX West trade show (booth #4524) in Anaheim, California, February 5-7.


Stäubli will demonstrate an innovative approach to plastic automotive part assembly using its TX2 collaborative robot, which complies with the requirements of the highest safety category and excels in every facet of automation, including high-volume manufacturing as well as collaborative scenarios.

"Stäubli prides itself on offering solutions that allow manufacturers to rethink what's possible," said Sebastien Schmitt, Robotics Division Manager for Stäubli North America. "Our TX2 robot provides greater flexibility because it can easily adjust to changing manufacturing scenarios without sacrificing productivity."

Also on display will be a FAST picker TP80 4-axis robot packaging a medical device in a sealed, germ-free, aseptic environment to simulate the packaging of medical devices, and a TS60 SCARA robot demonstrating its industry-leading packaging capabilities. Staubli is introducing its new software solution, Unival PLC for Allen Bradley PLC simplifying robotic programming for general industry making the interface of human robot collaboration more easily accessible.

Stäubli's wide portfolio of robotic solutions provides manufacturing, packaging and cleanroom facilities a variety of options designed to increase productivity. Prior to working with each customer, Stäubli specialists offer in-depth consultations to better understand how they can meet each client's specific needs.

"We look at each customer's operation on a case-by-case basis to ensure we provide the best recommendations to help them improve efficiency, performance and safety," said Schmitt.

ATX West is one of North America's largest automation technology trade shows, showcasing the latest solutions in automation and assembly, robots and robotic accessories, and more. Visit Stäubli at booth #4524 to see its latest innovations, or www.staubli.com to learn more.

For more information or to schedule a booth visit, contact:
Stäubli Robotics (North America)

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