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Multi-axis milling with unlimited possibilities

  • Robot TX 200

    Robot mills in all directions

    A robot has 6 controllable axes so all possible shapes can be processed. The robot can work in all directions. This enables the production of complex parts in 3D.

  • Robot mills text

    Robot mills all shapes

    The size of the robot needed depends on the milling motor used. The robot must be of a sturdy construction so vibrations are restricted to a minimum.

  • Result text


    Milling the words VDS and CNC.

  • Robot mills cello part


    Robot mills a part of a cello.

  • Result cello part


    Result of milling the cello part.

  • Robot mills figure


    Robot mills the head of a figure.

  • Result figure


    Result of milling a scanned figure.

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  • Robot on portal milling machine

    Robot on portal milling machine

    Extending an existing 3-axis machine with a robot turns your basic machine into a system with unprecedented options. With a robot instead of a 5-axis head you have a machine with 9 axes so situations even originate where certain parts can be milled in different ways (so with different axis configurations). You then have an intelligent control system to give you the right priorities. Besides the appropriate control system one must also have a CAM package that can control such configurations.

  • Robot on track

    Robot on track

    If the reach of the robot is too limited, the system can be extended. Various options are available here. The robot can be set up statically and the workpiece can be rotated or shifted. A typical example is when the workpiece is fixed to a rotary table. This rotary table must accordingly be controlled from the CNC control system and the associated CAM package. On the other hand it is also possible to make the robot itself dynamic and place it on a track. Then the reach of the installation is significantly extended in one direction.

  • Robot processes pipe ends

    Robot processes pipe ends

    A setup for the finishing of the ends of pipes. The pipe is placed in a clamp, tightened then slightly conically milled. The associated pipe couplings are also processed in the same space. This is a continuous system with the pipes and the pipe couplings being alternately processed.

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  • Brochure robot applications


    Commercial brochure robot applications.