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COMPANY PROFILE

Precise Automation, Inc.

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  • Member Since 2004
  • Robotic Supplier

Precise Automation delivers cutting edge automation technology and leverages years of experience in software, controls, electronic and mechanical design that assists end users and OEM customers to automate with ease. Our PF400, the world's first collaborative SCARA robot, features unique safety features and controls that is bringing the automation workcell to a new generation of robot users. Our low cost vision-guided motion controllers integrate motor drives in a very compact design that fit inside many robot structures. The controller's powerful features allow OEM’s to create compact and user friendly systems. Adding vision guidance simplifies complex problems in locating and identifying parts and significantly improves process reliability by easily accommodating to dimensional variances. Our automation experts can even help you design custom table top automation to meet the specifications of your workcell.

News

Precise Automation Announces the Acceptance of the PF400 as the First Collaborative SCARA Robot

POSTED: 06/10/2013

Precise Automation announces that, multiple OEM’s have recognized the PF400 as the world’s first collaborative SCARA robot. Collaborative robots

Precise Automation Introduces New 4-Axis Sample Handler with Servo Gripper Optimized for Use in Life Science Benchtop Applications

POSTED: 02/06/2012

Precise Automation has introduced the PreciseFlex (PF) Sample Handler. It features a four-axis SCARA configuration with a servo gripper

Precise Automation Introduces New Low-Cost, Pocket-Sized Vision-Guided Motion Controller

POSTED: 11/02/2010

Precise Automation has introduced the Guidance 1400A series, a pocket-sized, extremely low-cost, vision-guided line of multi-axis motion controllers.

Precise Automation Awarded Patent for Traction Drive Robot

POSTED: 05/14/2008

Wednesday, May 14, 2008 (Robotics Online) - Precise Automation, a leading innovator in automation product development, has been awarded U.S. Patent 7,343,684 for its innovative traction drive.  This zero backlash drive, currently used in Precise Automation's three and four axis PrecisePlace Cartesian robots, provides linear motor repeatability and smoothness at

Precise Automation and Rocky Mountain MotorReps Sign Representation Agreement

POSTED: 07/16/2007

  Los Altos, California & Littleton, Colorado – July 11, 2007 – Precise Automation, a leading innovator of automation products that assist customers to automate with ease, and Rocky Mountain MotorReps, a local motion control manufacturer’s representative company, have entered into a representation agreement. This agreement allows Rocky Mountain MotorReps to


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