Denso Robotics opens training center
Denso Robotics recently opened a new customer training center at its manufacturing plant in Maryville, TN.
Denso Robotics recently opened a new customer training center at its manufacturing plant in Maryville, TN. It features three classrooms equipped with new training robots, computer workstations and robot controllers, as well as programming and 3-D off-line simulation software. The facility is the company’s third customer training center in the United States, joining other locations in Long Beach, CA, and Pine Brook, NJ.
“We chose our manufacturing plant in Maryville as the site for our new robotics training center because it is near the geographical center of the country,” explained Peter Cavallo, Denso Robotics manager. “We are trying to strategically locate our training centers across the nation so that it will be more convenient for our customers to visit and benefit from them.”
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