MOTION CONTROL: Motion Controls Robotics Inc. recently launched its redesigned website. The new website features updated content, videos and photos showcasing the various applications the company integrates for its customers including case and bag palletizing, depalletizing, flavored palletizing, container handling, SUBTA bottle unloading, descrambler and case packing, warehouse automation, pallet dispensing, blister pack loading and automatic guided vehicles and carts. Additional applications include assembly, machine tending, arc welding, material removal, vision integration and engineering services. Motion Controls Robotics will keep content fresh on its website by adding new videos and updated blog entries on a regular basis.
The website features a case studies and testimonials area so visitors can learn more about how Motion Controls Robotics works with its customers to develop successful robotic systems. The website also features a database of used/refurbished robots that are available for purchase from Motion Controls Robotics for a cost effective robotic solution. Manufacturers can also view an online catalog of service options and spare parts.
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