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Machine Tending with Next Generation Cobots

August 16 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Free

Manufacturers working with machined parts are increasingly turning to new classes of small-footprint, lightweight, collaborative robots to load and unload their machines. Recent innovations in cobot technology now offer manufacturers increased payloads and higher speeds to expand their automation options. But with a growing number of product configurations on the market, how should machine shops decide what automation projects make the most business sense?

Join Tanner Hilton, Business Development Manager from Universal Robots, to explore the business benefits that accompany new collaborative technologies in machine tending automation. He will show how recent innovations in cobot installation, pre-integrated peripherals, and quick redeployment strategies, are increasing uptime and overall productivity in various machining processes.

Webinar attendees with learn:

  • How increased cobot performance translates to faster ROI
  • Successful automation strategies for high-mix, low-volume job shops
  • Real-world case studies of machine shops boosting productivity with collaborative robots

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Speaker

Tanner Hilton | Business Development Manager | Universal Robots

Tanner Hilton is a Business Development Manager for Universal Robots. He graduated from Texas A&M University with a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Distribution. Tanner is a degreed engineer with 8 years of experience in general automation and robotics. Prior to joining Universal Robots in 2021, Tanner was a Sales Engineer with Innovative-IDM. Tanner is based in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Details

Date:
August 16
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Cost:
Free

Venue

Webinar

Organizer

American Machinist
Website:
www.americanmachinist.com