Robotic cutting and trimming robot application is the process to remove any material to follow a predetermined path. For example, cutting robots can remove the excess from a plastic thermoformed part and robots have very high path repeatability. Also, they can improve quality over manual trimming allied with an increase in production due to reduced cycle times.
Example of materials handled by robots is fibreglass, composite materials, metal (flash removal from casting) wood and foams.
Cutting robots serve a number of industries or sectors such as aerospace, food, automotive, environmental and others. As a result, all companies and sector regardless of their size can improve production by considering robotic automation
Benefits of Automated Robots
Industrial robots now have proven-efficiency in applications including robotic cutting, painting, welding, milling, handling and palletising robots. Consequently, any manual processes can be automated to give improvements in quality and throughput.
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Choose the right System Integrator
Some of the critical components for the success of any project is to establish clear selection criteria when choosing an automation company. Hence, a system integrator or robot integrator should have management skills, industry experience, a proven track record, technological knowledge, full customer support with after-sales follow-up.
An experienced integrator values honest opinion and constant feedback through the project. They understand the importance of fulfilling the company’s requirements for the success of the project. We have vast experience in manufacturing automation solutions for all industrial applications.
Robotic Cutting Solutions
Phoenix integrates complete solutions for robotic cutting from initial design and consultation to manufacturing. Also, we offer robot programming, robot training, simulation, and technical support. As an integrator, we value honest and open feedback for all of our automation projects.
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