Horizon Solutions Product Fair

Horizon Solutions hosted a Product Fair here at Calvary. This fair's products were from the companies LinMot & Stober. LinMot has a focus on Linear Motion Technology and Stober is a leader in Industrial Gear Motors. The Fair was well recieved as is gave Calvary's engineers an opportunity to learn about these companies' offerings and what new products are available.

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KUKA Mobile Platforms

KUKA presented to Engineers about their Mobile Platforms. According to KUKA "All mobile platforms ensure maximum freedom of movement. The Mecanum wheel system enables high-precision transport – even with the heaviest loads. Autonomously navigating systems are used for fully automatic operation. Our portfolio of omnidirectional mobile robot platforms provides the foundation for the flexible production facilities of the future"

KUKA Mobile Platforms Overview

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KUKA Mobile Collaborative

 

 

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School Supplies Drive

The employees of Calvary teamed up with The United Way to help collect school supplies for the program Pencils and Paper.

School Supplies

School Supplies

Pencils and Paper

The program "operates a free store to serve the educational and creative needs of children in the Greater Rochester area by providing school supplies to teachers at high poverty schools. If a family struggles to afford food, school supplies don't top the list of necessities and it is difficult for a child to learn without access to basics such as pencils, paper and crayons. Moreover, studies show that teachers typically spend between $500 and $1,200 of their own money each year so that their students have supplies."

How Pencils and Paper Works

According to their website "Schools in Monroe County in which 70% or more of students are eligible for free and reduced meals are invited to participate in the program on a school by school basis. Teachers from enrolled schools are then invited to shop for free school supplies once per semester. As Pencils & Paper's capacity grows, additional schools will be enrolled for shopping privileges.

Pencils & Paper is stocked with basic classroom supplies such as pencils, paper, pens, glue, markers, art supplies, tissues, toothpaste, toothbrushes and much, much more. Most items are new. There is no cash register in the store as everything in the store is free. Items can only be used for the benefit of students in need in our community."

Most Needed Items

The most needed items are the following:

  • Crayons (24 count; Crayola preferred)
  • Blue Bottles (at least 4oz; Elmers's preferred)
  • Washable Markers (8 count assorted colors; Crayola preferred)
  • Disinfecting Wipes Canisters (at least 35 count, Clorox or Lysol preferred)
  • Dry Erase Markers (4 or 8 count assorted colors; EXPO preferred)
  • BAND_AID Boxes (at least 100 count)

Pencils and Paper also accepts monetary donations, you can donate here.

 

 

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FANUC National Sales Meeting

Recently Calvary Robotics' Vice President of Robotics & Technology Mike Marseglia presented at FANUC's North American National Sales Meeting. Mike spoke about Calvary's Automation Platforms & Pre-Engineer Solutions. He also tied in how both companies working together leads to better results for everyone. The presentation was well recieved by all.

FANUC National Sales Meeting

FANUC National Sales Meeting

FANUC National Sales Meeting

FANUC National Sales Meeting

 

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