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2/20/2018

Variety of Machine Tool Automation on Exhibit

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Smart Manufacturing Experience 2018: Fastems will exhibit its automation management software and equipment. 

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Fastems will exhibit its automation management software and equipment, including a variety of extendable and flexible manufacturing systems and robot applications, advanced MMS (Manufacturing Management System) controls, stacker cranes, conveyors, loading/unloading stations, pallet magazines and assembly organizers, and raw material stations. These “open” automation systems can be incorporated with virtually any modern CNC machine tool and auxiliary equipment brands, the company says. Typical applications range from the joining two machine tools together with a Flexible Palletized Container (FPC) to highly sophisticated, factory-wide flexible manufacturing systems.

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