Upcoming RIA Webinar “Multi Axis and Track Mounted Robots” Addresses Motion and Cycle Time

Upcoming RIA Webinar “Multi Axis and Track Mounted Robots” Addresses Motion and Cycle TimeWe’re hosting our “Multi Axis and Track Mounted Robots” webinar to help you decide if mounting your robot on a track to add another axis of motion can add value to your application. This webinar will consider several reasons why you might want to implement your own multi axis and track mounted robot solution. If your application could benefit from lower costs, flexibility of use, and a compact footprint, you can likely benefit from a track mounted robot.

What this Webinar Will Cover

In this presentation, attendees can discover what choices are available when it comes to picking multi axis and track mounted robots and learn how to design your application for track mounted robots. See how adding to a robot’s degrees of freedom can create even more possibilities for your automated application.

Learn about the efficiencies, costs, and maintenance requirements of track mounted solutions. See innovative examples of how robot integrators are using multi axis and track mounted robots to boost production metrics by improving motion and cycle time. 

Meet this Webinar Presenter

Jim Beretta is the President of Customer Attraction, a marketing consulting firm specializing in the automation and robotics industry. He has over 20 years of experience in the automation industry and is well-known for marketing and branding one of North America’s largest automation integrators.

Jim consults leading automation manufacturers, distributors, and is an active voice in the global automation community. He speaks and moderates at notable automation industry conferences and is an expert in marketing and branding in the robotics industry. He’s also a member of the RIA and supports the RIA’s mission to drive innovation, growth, and safety in the manufacturing and service industries through the education, promotion, and advancement of robotics, related automation technologies, and companies delivering integrated solutions.

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