Grinding

Component grinding is indeed a difficult process for humans. Product consistency may not be properly attained, whereas it entails grave health risk for personnel involved since tiny particles may enter the eyes or respiratory track; there is also the danger of the worker’s limbs touching the grinding machine due to the gripping pattern and close proximity.

Robotic systems assist in such applications thanks to their particularly enabling features. Typical grinding applications include a closed robotic cell to avoid particle dispersion in the surrounding area. A head-bearing robot is located inside as well as various other grinding machines. The robot picks the piece from the feeding area, drives it with precision through all processing stages and places it at the discharge area before it starts all over again by picking the next piece. Depending on the product, a suction system is put in place to keep the robotic cell clean.

Robotic grinding is the only option for all related industries since production time is greatly decreased, maximum degree of safety is achieved and, most significantly, it offers flawless quality and consistency to end products. Only companies using robotic systems stand out from the competition, as they can produce optimum products at the lowest possible production cost.

 

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