A great deal of practice and forward-looking technology point FANUC to “Schweißen & Schneiden” [Welding & Cutting] in Düsseldorf 2017 (Hall 13, Stand B31). The selection of robot cells for different welding applications, the presentation of combinations of fibre lasers and robots as well as the introductory package for welding training demonstrate practical relevance and technological expertise.
The global market situation for sheet metal manufacturing has changed significantly in the last few years. Today’s challenges are the constantly changing lot sizes, a higher number of individual assembly requests, the ever increasing quality requirements and a wider range of materials and thicknesses to process. Additionally, in order to stay relevant on the market, these challenges must be faced quickly and at the lowest price possible.
EuroBLECH 2016, the 24th International Sheet Metal Working Technology Exhibition, has opened its doors at the Hanover Exhibition Centre in Germany. Until Saturday, the 29th October 2016, a total of 1,503 exhibitors from 41 countries will present the latest technologies along the entire sheet metal processing chain. For the first time since 2008, this year’s EuroBLECH has reached and even slightly surpassed its record floor size of some 88,000 square metres net.
Production technologies are the source for innovation, differentiation, ensuring the final clients’ loyalty and facilitating the capacity to acquire new clients for the customers. AMADA not only creates machines but also answers specific needs by delivering “tailor-made” solutions. At EuroBLECH 2016 and worldwide, they strive to help customers face their economic challenges.
The Baumüller Group will present its products at the Automatica in Munich from June 21 to 24, 2016. In hall B6 at booth 303, the automation and drive specialist will present its range of efficient inverters and motors, including control technology, software kit, and services for scalable and economic complete systems.
Auxiliary axis components allow for increased access when using robotics to weld parts.A manufacturer considering robotic automation for one of its processes has many options to review with the robot manufacturer or the robotic cell builder. A critical decision is whether to use auxiliary axis components. Auxiliary axes are probably the most beneficial component because…
The system is operated using a joystick, and the controls are simple and quick to learn. A few teach points are determined in order to learn complex welding contours directly from the component itself. The operator can adjust the welding path at will, simply at the touch of a button, which makes CNC-automated multi-layer welding…