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ABB to Host Full-Day Robotic Laser Processing Workshop, April 27
The workshop is open to qualified metal fabrication personnel and will provide in-depth, hands-on exposure to a wide range of robotic laser technologies.
By Robotics Trends Staff - Filed Mar 24, 2011
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ABB Robotics will host a Laser Processing Workshop on April 27th, 2011 from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at their North American headquarters and training center in Auburn Hills, Michigan. Robotic laser processing, especially welding and cutting, is one of the fastest growing technologies in metal fabrication. 

The workshop will give current and potential users of laser technology in-depth, hands-on exposure to: robotic laser best practices, application pitfalls, investment justification factors, key process hardware components, and considerations to determine how robotic laser technology can help their specific operation. 

Registration is open and free of charge to qualified personnel in manufacturing companies engaged in high precision metal fabrication with interest in learning more about robotic laser processing. Go to www.roboticsanswers.com/58 to register and for more information.  For any specific questions call 248-391-8400. 

 In addition to comprehensive presentations from ABB robotic laser experts, the workshop will feature sessions hosted by technical experts from IPG Photonics, Precitec, Laser Mechanisms and RoboVent.  Robotic laser technology has emerged in a variety of fabrication segments, including those involved with hot-stamp steels, tubular parts, hydroform components and traditional flat sheet cutting. 

The workshop will cover these areas and more, featuring presentations, live process demonstrations, equipment reviews, and coverage of the advanced software tools that allow for ultimate flexibility. All attendees will also receive a reference kit with relevant resources and workshop transcripts at the end of the workshop. 

 


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