UACCM receives robot cell donation from Tyson Foods

Text to the left says, "UACCM receives new robot cell." Image of the robot cell to the right.

University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton recently received a donation of a robotic cell from Tyson Foods. The cell was previously a training device used at their TMAC (Tyson Manufacturing Automation Center) facility. It has an HMI operator station, dual conveyors, vision system, IRB 360 Flexpicker, and IRB 1200 robots.

This new robot cell will benefit students by providing them another opportunity to work with equipment that is used in industry. It will allow students to put cross-curricular skills into action on one piece of machinery. This experience would not be possible without the support and guidance of industry partners such as Tyson Foods.

A view of the robot arm through the glass enclosure of the cell.

The control panel located outside of the cell.

A view inside of the machine from the end of the conveyor belt.


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