I-Cubed Industry Innovators Inc. Exhibiting at the Canadian Manufacturing Show in Ontario
Stoney Creek, Ontario, Canada – August 10, 2017. I-Cubed Industry Innovators Inc. (I-Cubed) announces they are exhibiting at Canada’s leading manufacturing event CMTS held in Toronto at The International Centre next month from September 25th - 28th.
I-Cubed believes that its quality and unique solutions can help customers develop winning manufacturing solutions.
This year at CMTS, I-Cubed will be presenting four robotic technologies; ultrasonic cutting, waterjet cutting, high definition plasma and online inspection. While the technologies aren’t new, the utilization of the technologies as an offline programmed robotic system are. “By having an array of cutting solutions, we can test and problem solve a customer’s manufacturing issue,” says Warren Reynolds, General Manager of I-Cubed.
“I-Cubed has taken a very customer-focused attitude. This event will be an excellent opportunity to show our products, technologies and services suitable for shops of all sizes and manufacturing requirements. Also, to reinforce our position as a leader in the robotic cutting & integration market and increase our brand awareness," says Casey DiBattista, President of I-Cubed.
Meet I-Cubed at The International Centre in Toronto, Mississauga, ON in Hall 1, booth #1119. Our applications engineers will also be available to meet with show attendees and explain in many ways how to reduce cycle times and boost productivity in fast-paced environments.
I-Cubed Industry Innovators Inc. is an entrepreneurial high tech machinery manufacturer which provides automation solutions with innovation and integrity. Established in 2008 by the Company’s CEO David Bunker, I-Cubed is an employee-owned Canadian corporation.
The company’s products are a broad range of industrial automation tools centered on custom-designed robotic machinery and waterjet equipment. The company has 60+ employees and operates from three modern facilities in Stoney Creek, Ontario. I-Cubed shares its facilities with sister company Southport Thermal Components Inc., a custom component manufacturer with expertise in the use of waterjet technology to provide a competitive edge to itself and its customers.