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Stäubli Donates Robot to Greenville Technical College

Stäubli Robotics

Students at Greenville Technical College will get some hands-on experience in robotic manufacturing thanks to a new robot from Stäubli Corporation. The donation includes a RS40B robot arm, CS8C controller and SP1 teach pendant. The robot will be used in the mechatronics lab at the Brashier campus to teach 45 to 60 students each semester in automated controls and robotics courses.
“Stäubli’s contribution will have a positive impact on students who benefit from their education at Greenville Tech. The college depends on this support to continue providing high quality training and education for our community,” said Robert Howard, Foundation President of the Greenville Tech Foundation, Inc.
Stäubli also recently donated a robot to Clemson University’s International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) in Greenville where it will be used for teaching and research.
“Stäubli Corporation has a long history of supporting the local community through economic development efforts and providing equipment to educational institutions,” states David Arceneaux, Operations Manager. “As part of this donation, Stäubli reinforces its long term commitment to the community and corporate citizenship. Providing this type of technology to Greenville Tech can only be instrumental in the economic development of the region and its workforce thus reinforcing the Stäubli commitment to helping build tomorrows leaders."

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