It promises to be a busy day at RoboJob. Participants can choose to visit in the morning, afternoon or evening. Besides demos of the well-known Turn-Assist and Mill-Assist, the renewed Tower will also be seen in action. RoboJob also wants to make room to talk about the challenges that determine today's playing field: the need for greater machine capacity, high mix - low volume production and the war on talent.
The cherry on the cake is RoboJob's introduction of a brand-new system that will soon form part of its product portfolio. "We are convinced that automation is the future of the manufacturing industry," says CEO Helmut De Roovere. "In order to get everyone on that train, we at RoboJob are committed to making our automation solutions accessible and approachable. That is why we have developed a system that makes it easier than ever to get started with CNC automation." Robotics too expensive, not enough expertise in-house, no time to invest? This new system makes it possible to automate quickly and without fuss, even for small companies.