Manufacturing AUTOMATION

ABB Technology Days to feature seminars, live robot demos

November 18, 2009
By Manufacturing AUTOMATION

ABB’s Robotics group is organizing Technology Days to help current and prospective customers discover first-hand how ABB’s industrial robotic technology will help them improve productivity, product quality, worker safety, while reducing operating costs, the company says. Technology Days will feature live demonstrations and a wide selection of in-depth seminars on Dec. 7 and 8 at its Brampton, Ont., facility.

General and application-specific information will be provided to prospective customers considering their first foray into robotic automation as well as current customers considering an upgrade to their existing robotic lines.  ABB engineers and technicians will also be on hand to answer specific questions during the tours.

With the recent signs of a recovering economy, businesses can secure a competitive advantage by implementing ABB’s robotic solutions. In recent years, ABB has significantly expanded its general industrial applications to include packaging, assembly, metal fabrication, arc welding, foundry machining and part tending, plastics machine tending, painting, solar cell and panel manufacturing and stamp press automation solutions.

Current and prospective ABB customers are invited to attend. To register for Dec. 7, click here, and to register for Dec. 8, click here. The seminars and demonstrations will be conducted from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m., and will be the same for both days.


Some highlights:

• Overview of new robot products 2010
• Press Automation – What’s new in the press shop
• Picking, packing, palletizing: applications for food & beverage industry
• Using Remote Monitoring to Increase uptime and your bottom line
• RobotStudio – ABB’s simulation and offline programming software
• Standard solutions for arc and laser welding
• Force Control Technology for assembly and machining applications
• SafeMove – the next generation in robot safety

• High speed picking with IRB360 and PickMaster 3
• IRB120 & IRC5 compact – new robot for assembly and handling of small parts
• High performance motion control – IRB140 MultiMove
• Force control machining – IRB6620 FC
• TrueView Vision-guided robotics
• IRB1600ID (Integrated DressPack) for arc welding

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