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January 29, 2014
Micro robotic tool changer provides flexibility for extremely light payloads
The QC-001 micro robotic tool changer from ATI Industrial Automation is suitable for high-speed "spider" or parallel-link robots. The compact, 4.3-oz. tool changer allows for multiple assembly, dispensing, sorting, and material handling... Read more...

News

October 23, 2013
ATI Industrial Automation breaks ground on expansion
ATI Industrial Automation, a producer of robot accessories and robot arm tooling, has begun an expansion of its corporate headquarters in Apex, N.C. The expansion will add 200 new jobs and more than double the robotics tool manufacturing... Read more...

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September 17, 2013
Robotic collision sensor designed for small payloads
The SR-48 robotic collision sensor from ATI Industrial Automation has a lower operating range than its SR-61 model, making it suitable for smaller payloads. The patented, resettable sensor is designed to absorb the crash and reset itself,... Read more...

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March 28, 2013
ATI Industrial Automation launches new website
ATI Industrial Automation, a developer of robotic peripheral equipment in Apex, N.C., has established a new website at www.ati-ia.com. It offers streamlined navigation through information about the company and its products, including automatic... Read more...

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April 25, 2012
ATI senior account manager named first female chair of RIA
The Robotic Industries Association (RIA) has named Catherine Morris, senior account manager with ATI Industrial Automation, Apex, N.C., as its first female chair. Morris was elected to the RIA board in 2003 and most recently served as first... Read more...

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November 27, 2011
ATI Industrial Automation breaks ground on operations expansion
ATI Industrial Automation, a developer of robotic peripheral equipment, has broken ground for an operations expansion at its corporate headquarters in Apex, N.C. Driven by high demand for the company's end-effector products, the expansion more... Read more...

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July 11, 2011
ATI Industrial Automation schedules open house
ATI Industrial Automation, Apex, N.C., will host its 5th annual Open House and Technology Training Fair at the Detroit sales office in Orion Township, Mich., on Aug. 18. Discussions will detail the many new end-effector products the company... Read more...

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May 12, 2009
ATI purchases Speedeburr product line
ATI Industrial Automation, an engineering-based developer of robotic peripheral equipment, has completed the purchase of the Speedeburr product line from the Norwegian-based Speedeburr AS. The line has been available through ATI since 1998, sold... Read more...

Product

March 11, 2008
Remote compliance device corrects alignment errors in assembly applications
The Compensator, a remote center of compliance (RCC) device from ATI Industrial Automation, is designed to correct alignment errors with peg-in-hole automated assembly applications. The device features shear pads that are stiff axially and... Read more...

News

January 15, 2008
ATI Industrial Automation opens new office in Beijing
ATI Industrial Automation, Apex, N.C., an engineering-based developer of robotic peripheral equipment, recently opened an office in Beijing. The new office houses sales, customer service, and training departments, along with areas for spare... Read more...

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October 9, 2007
ATI Industrial Automation opens new Detroit office
ATI Industrial Automation, Apex, N.C., a developer of robotic peripheral equipment, recently opened a new office in Orion Township, Mich., near Detroit. The office houses the company's sales, customer service, and training departments and has... Read more...

Product

January 9, 2007
Collision sensor has increased sensitivity
The SR-61 collision sensor from ATI Industrial Automation has a lower operating range for increased sensitivity in applications using 3 kW to 5 kW capacity robots and is designed to prevent damage to robotic end-effectors caused by robot crashes.... Read more...