IMTS 2022 Conference: Getting the Most from your Robot Investment for Machine Tending
About the presentation
Manufacturing managers, engineers, technicians, and other industry professionals see the benefits of using robots for automatic machine tending processes. Justifying an investment in automation often extends beyond immediate needs to those unforeseen in the future. This session offers flexible automation techniques to more quickly re-task their equipment from one project to the next. It focuses on adaptable end of arm tooling and machine table fixturing for changing workpieces in a machine tool and even parallel processes such as fine material removal and gaging.
Powered by AMT and managed by GIE Media, The IMTS 2022 Conference features 69 different sessions you won’t want to miss so register today. Focused on a range of topics that include process innovation, plant operations, quality/inspection, and automation, The IMTS 2022 Conference addresses improving productivity; improving part quality; and developing a stable, competent workforce to lower the cost of manufacturing in the United States and create new levels of market demand.
Meet your presenter
With nearly 10 years of experience in automation sales, Cory Raizor is a rising expert in the robotics and end-of-arm-tooling industries. Following responsibilities as a territory manager and then a focused account-based sales manager, Raizor now serves as a business development manager leading SCHUNK USA’s collaborative accessories program, a national distribution channel focused on collaborative robot solution providers. He continuously strives to empower and assist manufacturers as they enter and advance through their unique journey into robotic automation. Raizor holds a BS in mechanical engineering from Purdue University.
About the company
The company was founded in 1945 by Friedrich Schunk as a mechanical workshop. It developed under the leadership of Heinz-Dieter Schunk to a company that specializes in clamping technology and gripping systems. Today, the company is run by the third-generation siblings Henrik A. Schunk and Kristina I. Schunk.