Explore Cobot MIG and TIG welding and ActiNAV Bin Picking Live
Automate Your Business
for a better future.
Special one-day event. Breakfast provided (am) and lunch provided (pm).
Wednesday, May 19, 2021
Morning session: 8:00-11:00 am
Afternoon session: noon-3:00 pm
Automation Within Reach
Discover how to leverage collaborative robots (cobots) to maximize ROI. During this hands-on conference, we will help you find the right process strategy for your enterprise’s automation so that you can become more efficient. Increase productivity, solve labor challenges, reduce margin of error and make your place of business safer, all by implementing cobots.
OUR EXPERTS CAN HELP
- save you money
- retain workers
- improve quality
- increase productivity
Businesses of all sizes are discovering the significant benefits of automation.
Join our expert team for an interactive conversation about collaborative robots and how they can benefit you. Seize the opportunity to see the technology in action with live demos.
Bring your own part.
MIG/TIG welders: you are invited to bring a part with you. Although our packed agenda doesn’t allow us to test individual items on-site at JWCC, the engineers at Melton Machine or Computech will bring your item back to their state-of-the-art facility with them. After the presentation, they will connect with you to show you a live, proof-of-concept demo of your part being welded by a collaborative robot.
Who should attend?
If MIG or TIG welding is a part of your internal processes and you’d like to know more about where your industry is headed, this special event is an excellent fit for you. We will also have Universal Robots’ ActiNav Automated Bin Picking system on display, so members of your team who deal with pick & place operations may also benefit from accompanying you to John Wood Community College on Wednesday, May 19, 2021.
Honest answers from top industry experts.
Not-for-profit entities like John Wood Community College, Illinois Manufacturer’s Association (IMA), and IMEC have years of experience. They will give you an honest assessment of how automation can benefit you. Special guests from Melton Machine and Control Company, Computech, Universal Robots, and of course, FPE Automation work on the cutting-edge of robotics and can also add valuable context to the dialogue about how to keep your business competitive, do less with more, improve quality/consistency, and solve labor shortages.
Map/Directions to the John Wood Community College Workforce Development Center
Source: FPE Automation Blog
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