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FANUC Receives USDA Acceptance for M-430iA Robot
FANUC has become the first manufacturer of industrial robotic solutions to receive equipment acceptance from the United States Department of Agriculture for meat and poultry processing.
By Dan Kara


FANUC has become the first manufacturer of industrial robotic solutions to receive equipment acceptance from the United States Department of Agriculture for meat and poultry processing.

The use of robotics systems in industrial manufacturing environments, particularly the automotive industry, is commonplace, almost to the point to where the market is saturated.

In an effort to grow their businesses, manufacturers of industrial robots are trying to expand into new markets by (1) targeting additional vertical market segments and (2) selling robots into small-to-mid-sized companies.

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