Epson Robots announces North American Robot giveaway

  • September 06, 2006
  • EPSON Robots
  • News
Carson, CA - Sept. 6, 2006 - EPSON Robots, the global leader in PC controlled, precision robots announced today the North American Robot Giveaway program. To celebrate the introduction of our new low cost, high performance EPSON Micro PowerDrive controller, EPSON Robots will be giving away one (1) free Micro PowerDrive controller with one of our high performance E2 SCARA robots in the first ever North American Robot Giveaway.“North American Manufacturers are working hard to keep jobs in North America by improving and automating their factories,” stated Michael Ferrara, Director of EPSON Robots. “EPSON Robots is helping manufacturers compete in a tough global marketplace with our powerful controls, easy to use EPSON RC+ software, and popular SCARA, 6-axis and modules products along with our many integrated options such as Vision Guide, Active X and .NET software components, and more. But now, for the first time ever, EPSON Robots is going one step further to help one North American Manufacturer by giving them a free industrial robot to help them compete.” The new EPSON Micro PowerDrive gives users high performance robots at lower costs. We call it First Class Performance at a Coach Price,” stated Michael Ferrara, Director of EPSON Robots. “The North American Robot Giveaway program will give one lucky manufacturer First Class Performance for FREE!” The North American Robot Giveaway is open to all manufacturers in the US and Canada (except Quebec). Details can be found at the EPSON Robots website: . EPSON Robots is the global leader in PC controlled precision factory automation, with an installed base of over 18,000 robots and a product line of hundreds of models of easy to use SCARA, Cartesian and 6 axis robots based on a common PC platform. Building on a 20 year heritage, EPSON Robots today delivers robots for precision assembly and material handling applications in the aerospace, appliance, automotive, biotechnology, consumer product, electronics, food processing, medical device, pharmaceutical, plastics, semiconductor, and telecommunication industries. Learn More

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