The Tower shows off flexibility
Since the Tower was launched in 2017, the system has been constantly expanded with new functionalities and improvements. RoboJob is also delighted to showcase its high-end automation solution and will be displaying the largest model, which, measuring 4.6 m in height, can store 28 pallets. At the AMB trade fair, the Tower will also showcase some of the latest developments in the field of flexible automation on both a turning and milling machine. For milling, the Tower is equipped with automatic exchange of the machine clamp. For the lathe, the Tower has automatic Hainbuch collet changes, and can automatically change a Schunk Rapido chuck jaw with 3 individual jaws. That is a first. All this is in the context of flexible production of mixed batches and is exhibited in a single robot cell.
Premier: Coby CNC
RoboJob's latest product is Coby CNC, a simple automation solution with a cobot, aimed at the DIY enthusiasts. Following an initial demo during the Open House in June, it is high time to introduce Coby to the general public. Coby makes it possible to get started with automation without requiring external technicians or training. The system arrives at the customer fully assembled, and the only thing left to do is set it up on the CNC machine. The clear and user-friendly software makes calibrating and setting up Coby child's play. This enables even users with minimal technical knowledge to get the system up and running.
Other systems are also on display at partners
RoboJob’s presence in Stuttgart is not limited to the Tower and Coby CNC, as various partners will have their machines loaded by a RoboJob system at the trade fair. Anyone visiting the HURCO stand can see a Mill-Assist Essential i at work. A Turn-Assist 200i will be on display at Victor. Finally, KADIGO will be setting up a Mill-Assist Essential c on a milling machine from Dahlih. "Relations with our partners are of paramount importance to us at RoboJob," explains CEO Helmut De Roovere. "The fact that our machines are also on display at their stands is a clear indication to me that they trust us. That is exactly why we do what we do every day."