AND TOP COAT PAINT SYSTEM   DETROIT, Oct. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- General Motors Corporation (NYSE: GM) has selected FANUC Robotics North America to provide an automated paint system for its Lordstown, Ohio, assembly plant.  The four-robot system will apply an anti-chip coating and top coat paint to 1994 Chevrolet Cavalier and Pontiac Sunbird models.   The system, equipped with electrostatic paint guns, will apply leading-edge hood and roof anti-chip coatings, in addition to rocker panel anti-chip coating.  Top coat paint robots will complement selected fixed automation areas now used for base and clear coat applications.   "Key to the system is our ability to provide anti-chip and top coat finishing at high-line speeds while still meeting the customer's stringent quality requirements," said James Vaughan, FANUC Robotics' manager of paint and sealing sales.  "In addition to other major paint shop projects, FANUC Robotics has already supplied successful automated assembly and fabrication systems to the Lordstown facility."   FANUC Robotics North America, Inc., headquartered in Auburn Hills, Mich., is a subsidiary of FANUC Robotics Corporation.  FANUC Robotics Corporation, based in the United States, is the robotics industry leader with cumulative sales exceeding $1 billion and more than 15,000 units in service worldwide.   For additional information on FANUC Robotics' products and process solutions, contact the marketing services department, 2000 S. Adams Road, Auburn Hills, Mich., 48326-2800; 800-477-6268. /CONTACT:  Chuck Ragains, 313-567-5020, or Marty Habalewsky, 313-567-5025, both of Anthony M. Franco, Inc., for FANUC Robotics/  (GM)  CO:  FANUC Robotics North America; General Motors Corporation ST:  Michigan IN:  AUT SU:  SB-CJ -- DE007 -- 2062 10/14/93 09:22 EDT                                                                              -0- (PRN) Oct/14/93    9:23 EOS   (PRN)    Oct/14/93    09:23      85 â -0- (PRN) Oct/14/93    9:38    
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