Automate 2017 - Applied Robotics, Inc. Adds Robotic Deburring, Grinding, De-scaling and Polishing Tools
Bringing them one step closer to offering virtually everything needed to design and implement an automation cell with the exception of the robot.
Glenville, NY: Today, Applied Robotics, Inc., a leading global provider of robotic end-of-arm tooling and connectivity solutions, announced the addition of a line of robotic deburring tools at the Automate Show in Rosemont, IL. (April 3-6th, 2017). Deburring, grinding, de-scaling and polishing are traditionally manual operations, but they don't have to be.
In addition to the existing vast selection of robotic tooling offered by Applied Robotics, Inc. the addition of robotic machine tools brings them one step closer to offering virtually everything needed to design and implement an automation cell with the exception of the robot. The new line of Robotic machine tools can be attached to the end of the robotic arm or mounted to a bench or stand allowing the robot to present the work piece to the device.
"With the exception of providing the robot, our goal is to get as close to one stop shopping for the integrator community as possible," said Kevin Drummond, Director, Sales & Marketing for ARI, "Our research has shown that system providers have a need for a centralized source with quality products, fair prices and support and advice they can depend on. Applied Robotics, Inc. is proud to step in and fill that gap."
For more information, visit Applied Robotics, Inc. this April 3-6 at booth #1262 or at their website www.appliedrobotics.com
About Applied Robotics, Inc.: Applied Robotics, Inc. ,headquartered in Glenville, NY, is a leading global provider of robotic end-of-arm tooling and connectivity solutions; specializing in tool changing, collision detection, and gripping applications. Applied Robotics provides industry and application specific solutions to the most challenging automation problems.
With over thirty years of experience engineering complex robotic and automation equipment, Applied Robotics was the first company to develop automated tool changers and continues to engineer state-of-the-art solutions allowing our customers to stay at the forefront of their respective industries all over the world.