RoboJob has been building accessible and user-friendly robotic applications to automate CNC-controlled turning and milling machines for more than 15 years already. This has proven to be successful, as there are already more than 1,500 installations on the counter locally in Belgium and abroad. RoboJob has some firsts in store for its sixth participation in Machineering: "We are introducing Coby CNC to the Belgian public for the first time," says Helmut De Roovere, CEO. "Coby is a completely new concept that our customers can use on their own. They will not only operate Coby themselves, they can also install it themselves. As a matter of fact, Coby will be available for sale online, and shipped to our customers with a detailed manual. That should enable them to install Coby on any CNC machine suitable for the purpose, all on their own."
Besides Coby, RoboJob will also reveal a new application to the existing Mill-Assist. Thanks to a new partnership with HWR, workpieces and small pallets can now be loaded and unloaded with the Mill-Assist. Clearly this is reason enough to stop by RoboJob during Machineering. RoboJob also plans to unveil another bonus: "In the context of automation, we will also be raffling off an 'Automation pack' from Google Home at our stand," De Roovere reveals. "We will throw the business cards of all our visitors in a drum and draw a winner at the end of the trade fair. This way, we will bring automation not only to our customers in the work floor, but also at home."
Machineering will be held from 29 to 31 March in Paleis 8 at Brussels Expo. RoboJob will be in attendance at stand 105.