FANUC America Opens New Facility

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Robotics supplier FANUC America has opened a 461,000-sq-ft robotics and automation facility in Auburn Hills, Mich. The facility was constructed and fully operational within a year of the groundbreaking. It contains several departments including engineering, product development, manufacturing, and warehousing.

The company is hosting a grand-opening celebration Oct. 22, which includes an automation tour path that includes over 20 robot demonstrations, many of which include integrated iRVision. Demonstrations include assembly, material handling, packaging, palletizing, painting, and welding.

Fanuc America Corp. is a subsidiary of FANUC Corp. in Japan. The company has facilities throughout the United States, as well as Canada, Mexico, and South America.

Published: October 2019
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