Fanuc robots on display at AUSPACK PLUS


AUSPACK PLUS exhibitor, John Hart Automation & Robotics will launch the latest Fanuc robot systems at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from March 22-25.

As the Australian distributor, John Hart will exhibit the M-10iA robot and integrated robot vision with high-speed visual conveyor tracking on Stand 428 at the show.

“Fanuc is the only robot company offering a vision system that is completely integrated into the robot controller,” says Matthew Plant, Automation Sales Manager, John Hart Automation & Robotics.

“Along with integrated PLC the FANUC R-30iA robot controller becomes a very cost effective platform that does not depend on third party external devices to control an automated robotic cell,” Mr Plant said.

AUSPACK PLUS is owned and presented by the Australian Packaging and Processing Machinery Association.

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