CENIT attends AUTOMATICA, showcasing solutions for efficient process automation

CENIT FASTSUITE complements and optimizes standard PLM solutions CATIA and DELMIA - up to 30 percent faster manufacturing

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Consulting and software provider CENIT will attend this year's AUTOMATICA from 8 to 11 June 2010, for the first time presenting an own trade fair booth in Hall A2 (Booth 349). CENIT will showcase the innovative solutions contained in its homegrown product toolbox FASTSUITE, which help automate manufacturing processes in the fields of robotics, machining and assembly.

Under the motto "efficiency needs just one solution", CENIT's product lifecycle management (PLM) experts will focus on robotsupported processes and technologies for the automotive and aerospace industries. At various demo locations, they will present sectorspecific as well as crossboard solutions for major subsectors such as seam sealing, roll hemming, or riveting. Increasing efficiency by way of perfectly tuned processes ensures sustainable, quickvictory cost savings and can shorten manufacturing times by up to 30 percent.

In Hall A2 (Booth 349), CENIT will also offer information on efficient geometrybased offline programming for robot cells, presenting concrete use cases covering all aspects of automation. A major focus will be on CENIT's FASTCURVE and FASTSURF products for optimized form milling, beveling of turbine blades, and laser cutting.

Individual meetings with CENIT experts participating in the AUTOMATICA can be arranged prior to the event at http://www.cenit.de/automatica.
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