It's been a sweet year for RobotWorx.
Monday, August 04, 2008 marked RobotWorx' sixteenth year. To celebrate, RobotWorx president and owner Keith Wanner provided a City Barbecue lunch and birthday cake for RobotWorx employees.
From its humble beginnings in 1992, RobotWorx has quickly become one of North America's leading robotics integrators. RobotWorx' unique dedication to customer service and engineering excellence continue to set it apart.
Highlights from RobotWorx' 16th Year:
RobotWorx created three pre-engineered welding workcells: RW1050, RW1450, and RW2450.
RobotWorx was profiled in the prestigious Fortune Small Business Magazine, and published articles and case studies in a wide variety of online and print trade journals.
Supporting Robot Education:
RobotWorx led facility tours throughout the year. The most notable tours were given to Northern Ohio Commissioners and Engineers and students from the National Robotics Challenge.
RobotWorx donated robots to both the University of Minnesota and UCLA. The company also gave a donation to RoboKids, a new 4-H robotics club in the Marion area.
This year, RobotWorx expanded and enhanced its websites to better serve customers. A listing of robotic welding parts was added to robots4welding.com.
The RobotWorx building underwent several renovations this past year. New signs, front steps, an upgraded entry way, and covered eating area were added.
RobotWorx sponsored heavyweight wrestler Tommy Rowlands during his Olympic training. The company also participated in the Marion Area Food Drive.