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Event Showcases the Power of Collaborative Robotics

The world of robotics and automation is continuously evolving, and with the advent of collaborative robots (cobots), the industry has taken a significant leap forward in terms of efficiency and productivity. To showcase the latest developments in the field, Allendale Machinery Systems organized a Collaborative Robotics Event recently, featuring its partners Universal Robots, Reliabotics, New Scale Robotics, Mid Atlantic Machinery, Schunk, Sick, Willrich Precision, 5th Axis and Vectis Automation.

At the event attendees gathered to witness live demonstrations of cobots powering automated processes. Visitors had the opportunity to see the versatility and precision of the latest cobot models, as well as learn about the latest advancements in the field of robotics and automation.

One of the highlights of the event was the live demonstrations where visitors could see the cobots in action. The cobots were integrated with various applications such as pick-and-place, packaging, assembly and quality control, showcasing their ability to adapt to different tasks and work alongside human operators.

Another notable feature of the event was the partner showcases. Each partner had a booth where they displayed their products and services, and visitors could learn about the different solutions available for various applications. "The partner showcases were a great opportunity for visitors to interact with the experts in the field and learn about the latest trends and technologies," said a company spokesperson.

The event also included educational sessions and presentations, where industry experts shared their insights and experiences with cobots. The sessions covered topics such as cobot safety, programming and integration with existing systems. Attendees could ask questions and engage in discussions, gaining valuable knowledge and insights from the experts.

In addition to the Collaborative Robotics Event, Allendale Machinery Systems also hosted a networking luncheon in partnership with Women in Manufacturing (WiM). The event brought together women in the industry for an afternoon of networking and discussions. "The luncheon was a huge success, with attendees from different companies and backgrounds coming together to share their experiences and insights," said the spokesperson. "The WiM networking luncheon was a great opportunity for women in the industry to connect and build relationships. The event provided a platform for attendees to discuss the challenges they face in the industry and how they can overcome them. The luncheon also included a keynote speech from our very own Tricia Bright, Operations Manager at Allendale Machinery Systems, inspiring attendees to pursue their career goals and aspirations."

"Overall, the Collaborative Robotics Event and the WiM networking luncheon were huge successes, bringing together professionals from different backgrounds and industries to learn, share knowledge and build relationships. The event showcased the latest advancements in the field of robotics and automation, and we look forward to hosting similar events in the future," said the spokesperson.

For more information contact:

Marty McGill

Allendale Machinery Systems Inc.

18 Park Way

Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458

201-327-5215 / 800- 972-9401

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