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Friday, September 24 2021

Telamon Robotics Along with Purdue MEP Announce the New Digital Manufacturing Technology Center


Telamon Robotics, in partnership with the Purdue University Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP), announces the new Digital Manufacturing Technology Center (DMTC), created to showcase advanced manufacturing technologies. Located in Carmel, the center will focus on cost-effective Industry 4.0 solutions designed to enhance the competitiveness of Indiana manufacturers.

Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch and Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard both attended the open house on Wednesday, September 22, 2021. Opening remarks stated how the collaboration between Telamon Robotics and Purdue MEP will undoubtedly produce advancement opportunities for Indiana workers and further Indiana manufacturing to the next level.

To help manufacturers respond to the increasing pressure to adopt advanced technologies, the DMTC provides companies with one location for attending demonstrations, interactive workforce training, hands-on simulations, and assistance with defining a technology deployment roadmap.

Stephanie Kim, President of Telamon Robotics, remarks, “We are thrilled to not only be partnered with industry frontrunners like OnRobot and Vention to address Industry 4.0 technology but also to collaborate with Purdue University MEP to develop curriculum specifically targeted at training Indiana based workforce with the goal to enable and bring this technology to Indiana small and mid-sized businesses to drive efficiencies and productivity gains.”

Featured technologies include:

* Collaborative Robotics
* End-of-Arm Tooling
* Custom Automation Platforms
* 3D-Printing and Scanning
* Virtual and Augmented Reality Devices
* Wearable Technology
* Advanced Sensors

The DMTC will be an evolving initiative focused on providing new and innovative solutions, as well as hosting third-party providers to present Industry 4.0 technology demonstrations. Companies interested in the center are encouraged to reach out to Purdue MEP via our Contact Us page.

“The partnership between Telamon Robotics and Purdue MEP brings critical Industry 4.0 technology to Indiana manufacturers to aid their adoption of the advanced capabilities needed to stay competitive in a continually evolving and increasing competitive global environment,” said David Snow, Executive Director, Purdue MEP.

To better assist small manufacturers who are hesitant about technology investments, training will be provided to inform manufacturers about valuable technology solutions with low capital investment and minimal maintenance requirements. These events will show small manufacturers how to deploy “quick-win” technology solutions that can be implemented in a short timeframe or in multiple phases over a longer period. For more information on these events, please visit

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About Telamon Robotics:
Telamon Robotics is proud to be a US distributor and integrator of Techman Robots. With the assistance of our world-class partners network, we can help assess, design, build and deploy customized solutions to facilitate collaborative robotics in companies of all sizes. Based in Carmel, Indiana, Telamon operates globally on three continents. Telamon, the Greek word for “support”, is uniquely positioned as a minority owned company. For more information, please visit our website at

About Purdue MEP:

Purdue MEP provides high-value, affordable, personalized consulting and training services that enable Indiana manufacturers to work smarter, compete, and prosper. We develop more effective business leaders, drive product and process innovation, promote company-wide operational excellence and foster creative strategies for business growth, workforce development, economic competitiveness, and greater profitability.

Writer: Ranae Stewart, 317-709-0723,

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