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Milling Robots

Cutting, Drilling or Milling Robots Applications

These robot applications are the most common when performing a process of removing material away or mould a structure to a specific design. For instance, milling robots are capable to perform a consistent task and precise cuts with high-end quality parts.

The end arm tooling of the robot can have a flexible design to add different tools for specific material removal and manufacture only need to adjust the programming of the robot and end of tooling.

When purchasing a milling robot, a robot integrator may offer the rack took designed to have multiple part fixture to perform the milling operation. The robot milling cell design, safety devices and tool rack make milling operation secure for robot operator.

Increase production in a safe way is one of the main advantages of any robot application including cutting robots, drilling, grinding or deburring.

Automated Tasks

Affordable robots mean more manufacturers starting to use robotic in different applications in the manufacturing process. However, if you’re nervous or you don’t know if a robot cell is the best decision for your business, you may want to consult with an integrator.

A robot integrator understands how to maximise the robots for the best production results by designing a customise robot cell and investing in the right automated equipment. For examples:

  • The vision system,
  • End-effectors,
  • The layout of the cell,
  • Safety equipment
  • Maximise the return on investment.

Robots offer peace-of-mind because they produce high-quality work, they can be reprogrammed for a broad range of applications and they are predictable.

Also, robots often are reconditioned to extend their life. Another important factor to consider is saving costs.

Phoenix can help you to choose the right robot milling cell based on your requirements, part fixtures, safety components or any other tailored equipment for the robot automation. Additional, we work with all robot manufacturers such as ABB robot, KUKA robots, Fanuc robots and others.

We do not sell industrial robots, we choose the robot according to the specification and based on the application to be performed. Contact our integrator for a free consultation. We provide world-class customer support before and after the installation of the robot.

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