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WORLD'S TALLEST, SMALLEST INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS COME TO DETROIT

 FANUC Robotics North America, Inc. will hold a media briefing at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 6, at Cobo Conference & Exhibition Center to introduce the world's tallest industrial robot and one of the smallest.
 FANUC Robotics North America's president and CEO Eric Mittelstadt will provide an outlook on the robotics industry and discuss the challenges facing today's North American industrial base.
 Scott Melton, director of Product Applications Engineering and Service for the nation's leading robotics manufacturer, will conduct several live robot demonstrations.
 FANUC Robotics' LR-Mate, an 84-pound, table-top robot, will demonstrate delicate test tube handling. Taking robots off the shop floor and into a lab is an example of how robotics are helping non- industrial companies reduce waste and improve productivity.
 Standing an impressive 16 feet high, FANUC Robotics' M-500 robot makes its product debut as an automation solution for stamping and metal-forming industries. This giant robot towers over the exhibits at the International Robots & Vision Automation Show and Conference, opening to the public at 11 a.m. Tuesday.
 FANUC Robotics will conduct its briefing at Booth No. 501, near the entrance to the Robot Show, at Cobo Center. Media credentials are required for access to the show floor. Please call to indicate your attendance.
 CONTACT: Marty Habalewsky or Jill Lucius of Anthony M. Franco, Inc., 313-567-5025 and 313-567-5022, respectively, for FANUC Robotics North America, Inc..
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