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Motion Controls Robotics at Virtual Converter Expo

Motion Controls Robotics will showcase its robotic roll handling systems at the 2020 Virtual Converter Expo.

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Motion Controls Robotics offers flexible systems with the ability to lift and transfer small rolls up to master/parent rolls. Robotics for roll handling maximizes productivity, helps to maintain a quality product with no damage, and improves worker safety.

Motion Controls Robotics provides automation solutions to the paper, film, foil, and nonwovens industries through applications including:

• Roll Handling

• Roll Labeling

• Roll Bagging/Packaging

• Palletizing

• Case Packing

• Automated Guided Carts

The virtual expo runs from Monday, August 24 - Tuesday, August 25. MCRI representatives will be available from 9am – 4pm both days. Each visitor will be able to watch the robot systems in a virtual booth environment, ask questions, and chat with the MCRI team about adding automation. Motion Controls Robotics is also buying lunch for the for the first four visitors that chat about robotics.

Stop by the Motion Controls Robotics virtual booth to download information and watch roll handling system videos. Then set up a meeting with James Skelding, Director of Sales and Marketing or Earl Raynal, Regional Sales Engineer to discuss a specific robotic roll handling application.

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