Stäubli Technology Days 2010 to Feature Live Demonstrations of Textile, Connectors, and Robotics Technology for a Variety of Industrial Applications


Stäubli Technology Days 2010 features live demonstrations of textile, connectors, & robotics technology http://ht.ly/2qWtq

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At Stäubli, innovation is an ongoing pursuit. While we celebrate a history filled with technological breakthroughs, our eyes remain fixed on the future. Continually developing solutions to meet new challenges, maximize productivity and minimize downtime in a range of industries is our mission.

Technology Days 2010 is a showcase for many of Stäubli’s latest innovations – more than any other event of its kind. Presentations and exhibits from a variety of Stäubli business units will also be featured. Here’s a glimpse:

Textile Division: Jacquard and Delta machines, with demonstrations of state-of-the art weaving and weaving preparation.

Connectors Division: A variety of multi coupling plates, electromagnetic quick mold change systems, robotic tool changers, refueling systems for natural gas vehicles and mono couplings for nuclear and military applications. In addition, there will be a Jankel J8 military Jeep and several racecars, including a NASCAR stock car, Ferrari GT and Volkswagen TDI – all of which utilize Stäubli connector technology.

Multi-Contact: Production facility tour for the manufacturing of solar cable assembly systems. Display of a live robotic demo for solar junction box assembly, which features plastics molding, vision inspection, sealant dispensing, soldering and final assembly processes. A full range of industrial electrical connectors will also be featured.

Robotics Division: Live demos on applications for a variety of industries including solar, life sciences, food and semiconductors to name a few. We will also have specialized robots capable of vapor hydrogen peroxide sterilization and vision-guided tracking.

Of course, Stäubli technology experts from all over the world are on hand to answer your questions and help you make the most of this exciting event as you tour the 100,000 square foot facility which was recently expanded for the production of cable connector systems for the solar industry, robotic tool changers for the automotive industry, and electromagnetic quick mold change systems for the plastics industry.

Yves Stäubli, CEO of Stäubli Corporation, commented, “Stäubli offers a complete product range designed to deliver superior performance and reliability through innovation and a single source to your needs. Our broad range of products feature unrivalled performance in textile weaving industry, fast retooling and mold change out times using quick disconnects and magnetic mold clamping systems as well as provide increased productivity through total robotic handling and processing of parts.”

Technology Days will cater to professionals that specialize in engineering and manufacturing management who are looking to increase production efficiency and maximize productivity. Stäubli’s full management team will be on hand to address business development opportunities and answer any technical questions regarding applications and new innovations. Stäubli encourages potential attendees to contact Megan MacAlister, 864 486 5430), to register for the event, or register online at www.staubli.com/techdays. You will also find a full list of seminars, directions, and other information on the website.

Stäubli: Textile Machinery, Connectors and Robotics
Stäubli is a mechatronics solution provider with three dedicated divisions: textile machinery, connectors and robotics. With a workforce of over 3500, Stäubli has a presence in 25 countries and agents in 50 countries around the world.

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