Epson Robots will have live demos of its SCARA and six-axis robots at Automate in Detroit.
Los Alamitos, Calif.-based Epson said it is dedicated to helping both new and experienced automation professionals succeed by providing essential information and education and by delivering the latest robot technologies and innovations to meet their factory automation needs.
Epson Robots will feature talks and its technology
The company said its automation speaking session and booth demos will include:
- Speaking engagement— “May the Quartz Be With You. Learn How Quartz Derived Sensors Can Help Master the Most Challenging Motion and Assembly Projects” – Aaron Donlon, product manager, Epson Robots, will explore the key pain points and trends impacting manufacturing in the automotive space as well as how quartz-based vibration sensing technology enables advanced robot motion and assembly tasks. The session will take place on Thursday, May 25 from 8 – 8:45 a.m. EDT in room 321.
- Taking robot performance to the next level— Designed for users who need the highest level of performance out of their SCARA and six-axis robots, Epson GYROPLUS Technology offers high throughput, smooth motion control and heavy payloads. A core technology on the newest GX-Series robots, it is also utilized with a range of Epson SCARA robots including the LS10B and six-axis robots including the N2 and C8, to help accomplish the most demanding tasks with leading-edge precision.
- 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, said Epson.
Epson will show AR smart glasses
Epson will demonstrate its Moverio BT-45CS augmented reality (AR) Smart Glasses in its booth. The company said the Moverio BT-45CS are purpose-built for mission-critical tasks including troubleshooting, maintenance, inspection, and training.
Epson will be located at Booth 2818. In addition, Epson GX-Series robots will be featured in distributors Applied Automation at Booth 4039 and Motion Automation Intelligence (Ai) at Booth 1035.
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