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Fanuc America Corporation

Fanuc, one of the world’s largest robot manufacturers, has been the exclusive robot partner for Matrix Design for
over 15 years. With a strong presence in North America and a strategic Midwest headquarters less than 30
minutes from Matrix, Fanuc has provided proven and robust robotic arms suitable for any automation application.
Through the years, Matrix Design has continued work to strengthen its relationship with Fanuc through numerous
certifications and staff training to become masters of Fanuc products. As an Authorized System Integrator (ASI),
Matrix has access to the entirety of the Fanuc staff and knowledgebase for finding the best robot for each project.

Additionally, Matrix has become a Certified Servicing Integrator (CSI), which allows for Matrix to perform
preventative and emergency service on any Fanuc robot, regardless of who built and installed the initial system.
Matrix has also received certification as a Fanuc Vision Specialist through numerous successful deployments of
Fanuc Vision related systems.

For more information about Fanuc and their robot offerings, visit their website at

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We are proud to be one of the largest certified FANUC robotics system integrators in the Midwest. End users can expect a high level of expertise and commitment from our FANUC certified technicians. Matrix’s service department provides 24/7 support along with a range of spare parts inventory.

We take pride in achieving the following:

  • FANUC Authorized System Integrator (ASI)
  • FANUC Certified Service Integrator
  • FANUC Master Certified Technicians
  • Level 4 FANUC System Integrator
  • ITAR Registered
  • Association for Advancing Automation (A3) member
  • Certified Robot Integrator (CRI), A3
  • Cognex Vision Partner System Integrator (PSI)
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