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Automated Cells & Equipment, Inc. Launches YouTube Channel
ACE - Automated Cells & Equipment, Inc. Posted 07/13/2010Painted Post, NY, July 1, 2010 – Automated Cells & Equipment, Inc. announced the launch of their new YouTube channel today, in a continued effort to display the possibilities of automation.
Automated Cells & Equipment is continuing to adapt to the latest technologies with the introduction of their YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/user/AutomatedCells). Just two months after the release of a completely overhauled corporate website, the YouTube addition further allows the company to showcase the ample opportunities for automation. The channel will be utilized in the announcement of new products and upcoming events hosted or attended by ACE. The initial launch included 28 videos, with more expected to be added in the coming weeks. These videos show possible solutions in action: packing, palletizing, painting, handling, etc.
Founded in 1995, YouTube has quickly risen as the industry leader in online video streaming. Today, over 90 million visitors view over 5 billion videos every month. With the launch, ACE will be joining millions of other YouTube channels already in existence. Among other YouTube channels is ACE’s partner FANUC Robotics America (channel: FANUCRoboticsInc).
ACE - Automated Cells & Equipment, Inc. is a leading provider of Factory Automation and Robotics, they are focused on providing excellence in Quality, Innovation and Customer Satisfaction. Their systems perform machine tending, dispensing, press load/unload, palletizing, case packing, robotic spray coating, material removal, and material handling. They are a FANUC Certified Servicing Integrator and offer custom solutions as well as a comprehensive line of cost-effective, pre-engineered solutions designed for easy integration and quick delivery. Automated Cells & Equipment has teamed up with industry leading companies to provide gauging, part weighing, and conveying capability with their robot systems. Regularly scheduled training courses are offered in FANUC robot operations and programming.