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Introducing robotics into your food processing & packaging lines - Food Manufacturers open day 2017

05 June 2017

Stäubli are hosting a Free to attend Open Day on 14th June 2017 where food manufacturers will get an insight into the use of robotics for food processing and packaging applications.  The day is designed to provide advice and answer questions relating to selecting the right robot, the flexibility of robots (including for small batch runs), hygiene considerations and the skills required to successfully operate a robot. 

There will be presentations from Guest speakers and also valuable case studies. Demonstrations and hands on simulations will also be carried out in the Stäubli showroom.

Whether you are in the early stages of considering robot automation or you have already begun the journey and are considering moving robots further along your processing lines, we are sure that the Open Day will prove to be invaluable.

Stäubli supplies:
• A comprehensive range of high performance 4 & 6-axis robots including the HE range, designed specifically for environments where there is regular wash-down/clean-down requirements.

For more information or to register your interest in attending our Open Day please email l.wood@staubli.com or call 01952 671917 

www.staubli.com/en/robotics/6-axis-scara-industrial-robot/ 


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