Staubli invites composites industry to 3-D weaving and robotics equipment open house

Tomorrow's Technology Today - Staubli Group Open House, June 26-27, 2014 in Duncan, S.C.

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This two-day event offers an up-close look at new innovations in robotics, software, and connection technology. It is designed for professionals in engineering and manufacturing management who are seeking ways to increase efficiency and maximize productivity through technology.

For the composites industry, Stäubli offers new technology for high temperature fluids up to 300°C, the RX170 high speed machining robot for fast and accurate milling of composites, and the Unival 100 concept for weaving sophisticated fibers offering high performance with a virtually unlimited range of applications. Stäubli has delivered 3D weaving technology used to produce composite structures for the LEAP engine, which  powers the latest single-aisle commercial jetliners. Stäubli has also supplied robotics for composites parts manufacturers.

Stäubli Corporation’s U.S. operations started in 1979. Today, with over 100 employees, its Duncan, S.C. headquarters are housed within a 100,000 ft2 facility located in the heart of upstate South Carolina, between Greenville and Spartanburg.

Stäubli Tech Days Open House
June 26-27,  9 am - 4 pm

Stäubli Corporation
201 Parkway West
Duncan, S.C.

Event Highlights:

  • Over 10 Live robot demonstrations
  • Interactive connection displays
  • The latest in textile technology
  • High-speed pick and place robots
  • Large vendor showcases
  • Daily giveaways
  • Catered lunch
  • Much more!

Technology experts will conduct live demos, lead workshops, and show how leading-edge technologies can bring optimum efficiency and productivity to manufacturing processes.