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Fox Valley Tech, Kuka Robotics team up on high-tech training center

Appleton, Wis. - No doubt the young students crowding around the orange robotic arm dealing blackjack at Fox Valley Technical College last week knew what they were watching was cool. However, they probably didn't know they were watching the future of manufacturing in motion.

As soon-to-be FVTC graduate Ryan Guthrie scrolled through ......

Full article >>> capacity to train its North American customers on its robots. Because Kuka has committed not to compete with the system integrators that combine their robots with other industrial equipment into work cells, it needed a way to demonstrate how those cells operate with its robots.

Enter FVTC. The German-based company has partnered with FVTC this year to run its brand-new North American train......

Full article >>> technology that's kind of the scheme," said Jerry Eyler, dean of the Manufacturing Technologies Division at FVTC. "That's enabled by the partnership."

"We're also in effect defeating what has been a challenging bottleneck for Kuka, and that's training capacity," he said. "The same people they have as trainers are also their field engineering people. Those people are always few and far be......

Full article >>> ke robots, in movies and may have some preconceived idea of how all that works," Thern said. "But they get in here, and then you dispel some of those myths. I think that's the attraction. Kids today are very computer-literate, and all of these controls are very PC-dependent. So if you're a little bit of a techie-type person, you're going to be attracted to a program like this."


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Source:wistechnology.com By Lincoln Brunner 06/22/05


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