How to start using industrial robots in automation

From assembly and pick-and-place to material handling and packaging, the use of robots is on the rise in factory automation. Extremely customizable in even the most complex applications, automation systems are beneficial for a wide variety of reasons. Taking the plunge into automation, however, can be confusing and daunting. With so many factors to consider, you may be wondering, “Where do I start?” This webcast on March 14 will address these factors and point you in the right direction. We will take you, step-by-step, to guide you on your journey touching on the following key areas:

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From assembly and pick-and-place to material handling and packaging, the use of robots is on the rise in factory automation. Extremely customizable in even the most complex applications, automation systems are beneficial for a wide variety of reasons. Taking the plunge into automation, however, can be confusing and daunting. With so many factors to consider, you may be wondering, “Where do I start?”

This webcast on March 14 will address these factors and point you in the right direction. We will take you, step-by-step, to guide you on your journey touching on the following key areas:

1) Why to automate

2) Know your process

3) Identify your requirements

4) Automation components

5) Manpower—who will build it?

Webcast information:

The starting point for robot automation
Stacey Tieu, Product Manager, Epson Robots
March 14, 2019, 12:00 PM EST

>>>Register here

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