Product brochure: integrated automation of machine tools by Kuka Robotics
Kuka Robotics UKcontact supplier
‘How robots optimise machine tools’
This brochure explains how robot-based automation from Kuka Robotics can fully utilise a machine tool’s potential. Kuka robotics enable the automation of a range of processes including measuring, marking and quality control. Assembly line productivity can be improved by using Kuka robots to link different machines, enabling manufacturers to utilise their existing machines’ capabilities to the full. Suitable application include a variety of manufacturing processes.
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Gilde Hedmark og Oppland Slakterier has integrated a KUKA KR 125 six-axis jointed-arm robot into its production.
In the order-picking warehouse at Gilde in Tonsberg, a KUKA KR 180 PA robot takes care of the ‘fast movers’: the goods that are ordered most often.
Gebrüder Gienanth-Eisenberg, which makes sand cores for the casting of cylinder crankcases, relies on two Kuka KR 500 heavy-duty robots.
In the extreme foundry conditions, a Kuka KR 1000 titan robot is suitable for picking up 500kg core packages from a conveyor tower and dipping them smoothly into the coating bath.
An experimental laboratory study has been conducted on the biomechanical evaluation of endogenic knee ligament graft fixation techniques using a Kuka KR 125 robot.