Epson Robots will be demonstrating its robotic automation solutions at The Assembly Show South at Booth 535. The event will take place at Music City Center in Nashville, Tenn., from April 5 to6.
Epson will offer attendees the opportunity to experience Epson Robots with live demos of its high-performance automation solutions, including its GX-Series SCARA robots, industrial automation software and integrated solutions, for the medical device, electronics, and consumer electronics markets.
Epson said it is dedicated to helping both new and experienced automation professionals succeed by providing information and education and by delivering the latest robot technologies and innovations to meet their factory automation needs.
Los Alamitos, Calif.-based Epson Robots is a subsidiary of Seiko Epson Corp., a global technology company based out of Nagano, Japan.
The company said it has sold more than 150,000 units worldwide and has a product line of hundreds of models of easy-to-use SCARA and 6-Axis robots based on a common PC-based platform.
Epson’s Assembly Show lineup
At The Assembly Show South, Epson's presentation and booth demos will include:
Automation Presentation: “Why Automate? Manufacturing Considerations in Today's 'New Normal'” – Scott Marsic, Epson Robots group product manager, will explore the “how and why” of automation and help decision-makers evaluate the role of robots and automation within their business. Topics will include changes to customer pain points, onshoring and nearshoring impacts, market trends, and top insights for automation project success. The session will take place on Wednesday, April 5 from 10:30-11 a.m. CST in the Learning Theater.
High-Power Density, Next-Level Performance – Designed for complete and demanding tasks, the GX-Series SCARA robots with patented GYROPLUS Technology, offer high throughput, smooth motion control and heavy payloads.
Robot Programming Made Simple – No-code, easy-to-use RC+® Express application development software features an easy-to-learn, block-style robot teaching environment to get users up and running fast.
Attendees will also have a chance to experience demos of Epson's integrated IntelliFlex Parts Feeding System and Vision Guidance.