Two foundriesrsquo robotized deburring installations have different constraints and objectives  but both achieve maximum repeatability and cycletime reduction

Two foundries’ robotized deburring installations have different constraints and objectives - but both achieve maximum repeatability and cycle-time reduction.

Integrating Automation for More Efficient Grinding, Deburring

Safety and productivity are two objectives when selecting the right robotics technology for high-throughput foundries New role for robotics system integrators Ensuring maximum efficiency Data-driven auto correct "Tool on board" or “piece on board" Hollow-wrist option

Metalcasters are gaining a deeper appreciation for robotic automation in their operations, particularly high-throughput foundries that can take advantage of the consistency and availability that robots bring to grinding and finishing. Automation makes it affordable to process high volumes of castings with the process quality and proficiency that individual grinders cannot maintain.

In the course of this development, foundries have gained greater attention from robotics develop

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