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Can I use my milling machine more effectively? Shall I start with pallethandling or is product handling sufficient to automate my milling machine? These are questions that occupy many machining companies. Delivering high quality products, within the time limits and with a large fluctuating demand from your customers. In addition, professionals are becoming less available. Automation helps you meet these challenges.
Content of the webinar
In the webinar: ‘How can I use my milling machine more effectively?’, the experts from Cellro and SCHUNK will take you through the following topics:
- What to think about when automating a milling machine, for both new and existing CNC machines.
- Product handling or pallethandling, when to use what? Both in terms of application and based on process stability.
- Flexible unmanned automation of small series: what possibilities are availbale for your production? Get acquainted with the functionalities that Cellro offers.
- Introducing the zero point clamping system. How to increase the efficiency of your machining center with the SCHUNK zero point clamping system.
- Get to know the air operated SCHUNK KSP clamp, especially for automated processes.
Whether a Fanuc Robodrill, Mazak CV5-500 or a Brother, GF Mill or GROB MX series: you often make small and handy parts on these machines, in small to medium series. But how can you increase the output of your milling machine(s) using automated robot loading systems? Exactly that you will learn in this session.
This webinar is the first of a series of consecutive topics, practical in nature and full of tips that you can directly apply in your production process.
Use your milling machines more effectively? In part 1 of the webinar: automated milling of hand-held products from series size 1, practical handles on how to do this.
Impact on machine – clamping – robot handling
Are you wondering: how can I efficiently automate my product mix of milling operations? Register now for the free webinar.
Cellro has been developing and building robot automation systems for the machining industry for over 15 years and is known for its standardized, modular solutions. This enables our customers to get the most out of their machining machines. Since its inception, Cellro has focused on automation solutions where smaller series are among the possibilities. This broad field of application of automation results in lower labor costs, more production per hour and more spindle hours. Cellro’s standardized modularity offers unparalleled flexibility and user-friendliness.
SCHUNK GmbH & Co. KG in Lauffen/Neckar is a German family-owned company. The company was founded by Friedrich Schunk in 1945 as a mechanical workshop. Under the leadership of Heinz-Dieter Schunk, the company developed into a world market leader for clamping technology and gripping systems. Today the company is led by Henrik A. Schunk and Kristina I. Schunk, brother and sister of the third generation.
More than 3,500 employees in 9 factories and 34 subsidiaries, and distribution partners in more than 50 countries ensure an intensive market presence. SCHUNK Intec B.V., based in ‘s-Hertogenbosch, is one of the subsidiaries of the German family business and is the sales and service point for the Dutch market.