Infinity Robotics partners with Flexiv

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Flexiv, the world’s leading general-purpose robotics company, today announced its partnership with integration partner Infinity Robotics.

As a Flexiv integration partner, Infinity Robotics will work with customers to maximize production efficiency by installing Flexiv’s range of adaptive robots into their custom automation solutions.

With more than 10 years of experience in the distribution and manufacturing of automated control systems, Infinity Robotics provides innovative and customizable manufacturing solutions to its customers throughout the United States.

The agreement between Flexiv and Infinity Robotics demonstrates the drive of both companies to develop the North American automation sector and build new relationships with customers looking to upgrade their machine tending, material handling, palletizing, surface treatment and precision handling capabilities.

“The timing of our partnership with Infinity Robotics couldn’t be better; both companies are growing rapidly with year-on-year growth. When I first met the talented and passionate in-house employees, I knew this was a team we would gel well with.” Said Daire Kullar, Flexiv’s Regional Sales & Business Development Manager. “We are glad to bring Infinity Robotics the most advanced adaptive robot in the industry. It’s an ideal addition to their toolbox.”

Infinity Robotics President and Co-founder, Dave Neville, commented, “We are excited to be the Midwest Integrator and Distributor of Flexiv’s force-controlled adaptive robots. Flexiv’s Rizon series is a massive step up in technology from the traditional cobots currently on the market. With seven degrees of freedom and built-in force feedback, we can solve complex automation problems right out of the box.”

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