FABTECH 2018 November 6-8 in Atlanta FABTECH is where the industry comes together to see what’s now, what’s new and what’s next. It’s where connections are made and where deals get done. See cutting-edge exhibits, learn from expert-led education, network with peers and more, Nov. 6-8 at the Georgia World Congress Center.

We will have Acieta representatives onsite at the Cincinnati Inc. Booth #B8439, in Hall B to answer any questions you might have!

Acieta Seminars | All three seminars are located at BOOTH #AB2798

Tuesday November 6 | 3:20 PM - 4:00 PM

The Future of Robotic Welding
Pete Rogers, Vice President of Operations, Acieta

Robotic welding gives manufacturers the ability to maintain consistent throughput and quality during times of low labor availability in the marketplace. Even during times of rising labor costs, robotic welding keeps production costs low.

Learn about this exciting new system for robotic welding from industry expert, Pete Rogers, with Acieta, a leading FANUC Certified System Integrator. They will share the benefits of robots to make your welding process more productive and more profitable!

Wednesday, November 7 | 2:20 PM - 3:00 PM

Robotically Integrated Bending Solutions (RIBS)
Chris Poole, Segment Manager – Fabrication, Acieta

Fabricators have been undergoing a technological evolution with the increasing use of robotic automation. Robots have become less expensive and easier to use than ever before, which has opened the door for both integrated manufacturers and contract fabricators to take a serious look at the benefits and ROI of robotic automation.

Thursday, November 8 | 10:20 AM - 11: 00 AM

ROI of Robotic Automation: Your Path to Survival
Mark Sumner, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Acieta

Maintaining the status quo is not an option for manufacturers who struggle to secure quality labor. Join us to learn how robotic systems enable manufacturers to deliver higher quality parts and maximize throughput, all while keeping their workforce numbers consistent and employees safe.

To discuss known automation opportunities or discover new ones: