ATI SHOWCASES NEW PRODUCTS AND SOLUTIONS AT AUTOMATE 2017
The 2017 Automate Show and Conference takes place at Chicago’s McCormick Place April 3-6, and is a biennial event boasting the largest showcase of solutions-based automation technologies in North America. Companies from around the globe will represent a wide variety of industries. ATI will feature new products and several large robotic demonstrations in their exhibit. Be sure to stop by their booth #N-1621, ATI will be hosting a hospitality event on Monday, April 3rd from 5:00-6:30pm.
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CHANGING THE FUTURE OF END-OF-LINE TESTING WITH ROBOTIC TOOL CHANGERS
For more than 30 years, Fori Automation has delivered leading-edge automation solutions for heavy industrial applications. A large portion of Fori’s business involves End-of-Line Testing systems. The systems provide quality assurance and validate the functionality of each unit before it reaches the customer. Transitioning from manual to automated processes increases accuracy and quality, plus ensures greater throughput for OEMs. Fori recently transformed an automotive OEM’s Wheel Alignment System from multiple manual processes to a single system using FANUC robots and ATI’s Heavy Duty Tool Changers.
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IA-ROBOTICS AND ATI DEBURRING TOOLS PUT A NEW SPIN ON WHEEL MAKING
Developing and integrating optimized manufacturing solutions, iA-ROBOTICS specializes in intelligent robotic automation systems. Recently, iA-ROBOTICS is using ATI’s Radially-Compliant Deburring Tools to change the way aluminum wheel makers manufacture their products. Wheel manufacturing utilizes both manual and machine processes. A consistent challenge manufacturers face is recruiting and retaining skilled laborers to perform the tedious manual tasks. One such task is the removal of flash material from the wheel castings.
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COLLISION SENSORS BOOST SAFETY AND EFFICIENCY OF COMAU’S LASER BRAZING PROCESS
Comau is a global automation company that specializes in automation solutions that include welding robots and laser processing technology. One such technology, called laser brazing, utilizes a laser beam to join two or more pieces of material together. Working with heavy industrial equipment such as this, the potential for a crash is inherent; it’s not a matter of if it will happen, but when. According to Mark Anderson, Comau’s Materials & Technology Director, NAFTA Region, ATI’s Robotic Collision Sensor Model SR-131 was the perfect solution to protect the sensitive laser.
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ATI’S FORCE/TORQUE SENSORS HELP STANFORD RESEARCHERS CUT TIES WITH OLD FLIGHT TESTING METHODS
In nature, when a bird, insect, or bat takes flight, it looks effortless and simple. Understanding how these animals generate lift and move through the air proves to be much more complex. Assistant Professor David Lentink leads a group of graduate researchers from Stanford University who are using ATI’s Force/Torque Sensors to unravel this mystery. The team has invented a so called “aerodynamic force platform” for measuring the aerodynamic forces during free flight experiments with well-trained birds. During flights in the AFP, wingbeats create pressure changes in the air which are translated by ATI’s Nano43 Sensors into aerodynamic force measurements.
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Featured Products

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ATI DEVELOPS NEW QC-46 ROBOTIC TOOL CHANGER
The new QC-46 Tool Changer brings optimum flexibility and robot compatibility in a compact design. This new Tool Changer is extremely lightweight, weighing 6.5 lbs (2.98 kg) and has a very low stack height of 2.61 in (66.3 mm).
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ATI DEVELOPS IMPROVED SERIES OF MANUAL TOOL CHANGERS
ATI has developed a cost-effective and repeatable solution for quickly changing tools by hand. The compact, but robust Manual Tool Changers come with our patented screw-cam locking mechanism and multiple Fail-Safe features. ATI’s MC-16R and MC-36R model Manual Tool Changers have improved torsional stiffness, which resists vibrations and loosening. Upgrades also include an all-steel coupling housing for higher durability, and a ratchet knob for additional security in the locked position.
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Featured Videos

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WHY ATI ROBOTIC COLLISION SENSORS?
This video explains what a Robotic Collision Sensor is, its advantages, and why ATI Industrial Automation is the world leader in robotic end-effectors and robot arm tooling.
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AUTOMOTIVE TOE TOOLING EXCHANGED WITH ATI TOOL CHANGERS
ATI Heavy Automation Tool Changers enable quick exchange of Toe Tooling. Multiple wheel configurations can be accommodated by one alignment system.
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Upcoming Events

ATI exhibits at a variety of industry shows and conferences. Our schedule is listed below. Contact Valerie Van Deusen here  if you would like a ticket or pass (subject to availability) to any upcoming shows.

China International Industry Fair 2019 September 17-21, 2019 National Ex. and Conv. Center, Shanghai, China

Pack Expo 2019 September 23-25, 2019 Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV
(Booth #LS-5809)

CMTS 2019 (Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show) September 30 - October 3, 2019 The International Centre, Mississauga, ON
(Booth #1078)

RIA International Robot Safety Conference 2019 October 15-17, 2019 JW Marriott Indianapolis, Indianapolis, IN
(Booth #38)

Automotive Testing Expo 2019 October 22-24, 2019 Suburban Collection Showplace, Novi, MI
(Booth #9024)

The Assembly Show 2019 October 22-24, 2019 Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, Rosemont, IL
(Booth #413)

International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems 2019 November 3-8, 2019 The Venetian Macao, Macau, China
(Booth #A17)

Fabtech 2019 November 11-14, 2019 McCormick Place, Chicago. IL
(Booth #B29074)

Collaborative Robots, Advanced Vision & AI Conference November 12-13, 2019 DoubleTree by Hilton, San Jose, CA
(Booth #22)

A3 Business Forum 2020 January 13-15, 2020 Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek, Orlando, FL

ATX West 2020 February 11-13, 2020 Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, CA
(Booth #4411)

IMTS 2020 September 14-19, 2020 McCormick Place, Chicago, IL