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ATI Industrial Automation to Participate in Automate 2011

ATI Industrial Automation has declared that it will participate in the Automate 2011 show, which is scheduled to be held at McCormick Place, Chicago between March 21 and 24, 2011.

Automate was previously named as  International Robots, Vision, & Motion Control Show. The event will include famous speakers offering interactive presentations on current issues. An educational conference will also be part of the show.

ATI Industrial Automation has planned to offer live demos of Robotic Tool Changers, Robotic Collision Sensors, Robotic Deburring Tools, and Compliance Devices. The company will also showcase their latest innovations in automation devices and robotic end-effectors including Hollow-Wrist Tool Changers, Manual Tool Changers, Through-Hole Tool Changers and QC-1210 Heavy-Automation Tool Changers.

Hollow-Wrist Tool Changer can be used with several types of hollow-wrist robots in the industry. Electrical signals and pneumatics can be easily routed through its center. Manual Tool Changer is a low cost solution for swiftly altering tools by hand. Through-Hole Tool Changer provides route for rotating spindle, laser and other non-conventional applications via the Tool Changer’s center area. QC-1210 Heavy-Automation Tool Changer is meant for robots capable of handling bulky payloads measuring 1350 kg.

Other participating firms will also offer live demos of robots featuring products of API. The Automate show will be held along with  ProMat 2011 show dealing with the latest innovations for logistics and material dealing segments.


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