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Precise Automation

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Traditional robots require safety barriers that are expensive, consume a great deal of bench/floor space and obstruct access to workspaces.  Collaborative robots can be safely used without the need for safety barriers. This approach reduces the work cell cost and size and permits users to safely access equipment without stopping or slowing down production. Similarly, collaborative robots significantly reduce damage to other equipment when accidental collisions occur. 

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Brian Powell

Vice President of Sales and Operations