ATI INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION’S SEVENTH ANNUAL TECHNOLOGY TRAINING FAIR SCHEDULED FOR AUGUST 22ND, 2013
Apex, North Carolina: ATI Industrial Automation will host their 7th Annual Technology Training Fair at the Michigan Sales Office located at 4577 South Lapeer Road, Suite I, Orion Township, MI 48359. On Thursday, August 22nd, discussions will detail the many new end-effector products developed by ATI over the past year along with their existing state-of-the-art products. ATI will provide cost-effective solutions to the most challenging applications; which will increase robot productivity and surpass your automation needs. ATI Account Managers and Engineers will be available throughout the event to discuss existing and potential applications, end-effector requirements, and answer questions about the complete product line.
The Robotic Industries Association (RIA) Director of Standards Development will discuss the release of the 2012 version of the R15.06 robotics safety standard, examining new features compared to the 1999 standard. Several live demonstrations of ATI’s Robotic Tool Changers, Multi-Axis Force/Torque Sensors, Utility Couplers, Robotic Collision Sensors, and Robotic Deburring Tools will run throughout the day. A schedule will be announced and posted on ATI's web site soon, you can also register for the event at www.ati-ia.com. Contact ATI if you would like a specific topic covered or if you would like an informal one-on-one meeting with one of their Engineering team members. Food and refreshments will be available all day and lunch will be provided.
Please visit their website to register for the Technology Training Fair, or contact ATI at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-772-0115.
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