FANUC, a global leader in automation for manufacturing, is home to the industry’s largest and most trusted network of industrial robot system integrators. PRE-TEC, a division of the Willamette Valley Company, is part of this elite group of robotic system integrators, known as the FANUC Authorized System Integrator (ASI) Network for automation systems.
PRE-TEC has been designing and building Flexible Automated Solutions using six-axis robots as the cornerstone of its turn-key systems for more than thirty years. By focusing on producing solutions that are designed around the customer’s specific production needs like dispensing, material handling (load/unload functions), material finishing (deburring, polishing), and wood product applications (painting, tagging, and wrapping), PRE-TEC has evolved into FANUC’s largest integrator in the Western United States.
Take a look at this Robotic Spray Booth System, the first of its kind in North America. Using PRE-TEC’s previously proven components in conjunction with a six-axis robotic arm, the booths have greatly increased paint transfer efficiency and dispensing system reliability.
Being an exclusive FANUC Authorized System Integrator has also enabled the company to produce game-changing turnkey material handling solutions like their FASWeld Standard Robotic Weld Cells.
Take a look at PRE-TEC’s FASWeld 1 which integrates the FANUC ARC Mate 100iD 6-axis robot, FANUC R-30iB+ Robot Controller with Touch Pad iPendant and FANUC ARCtool software. FASWeld 1 is ideal for companies new to automation that want to develop their in-house robotic welding abilities.
Our PRE-TEC division is ready to analyze your system requirements and provide a robotic solution that will improve quality, throughput, and productivity to give you the return on investment you are looking for. Our systems combine multi-axis robot arms, custom end-of-arm tooling, conveyance systems, and safety hardware to address, resolve and optimize the most challenging manufacturing applications. Click here to get in touch with one of their engineers today!