Multi-control of CNC machines

Would you like your CNC operators to control multiple CNC machines?  Easily said, but how do you get started?  CNC automation takes away a large part of your people's physical tasks, making them more efficient.  That allows them to control multiple CNC machines.

Are you looking for well-trained CNC operators?  Are you looking for a new turning or milling expert?  Then you may also experience how difficult it is to fill in open vacancies.  In addition, staff costs may be a significant part of your cost structure.

You can also let your CNC operators control multiple CNC machines of course, though it will soon prove that your machines are still standing still too often.

Thanks to our Turn and Mill-Assist Series, you can make your operators more efficient.  The added value of your people lies in their technical knowledge and experience.  Allow these people to focus on their main task: programming and preparing the machine.  By deploying a Turn- or Mill-Assist, they can spend more time on these creative tasks.  And they will find the time to operate multiple CNC machines.  All this means that you can significantly reduce your labour costs.

This is just one of the many advantages of CNC automation.  Discover the other benefits.

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You are not the first one to start with CNC Automation.

Read about the experiences of our customers.

  • KOCKS Manufacturing GmbH & Co KG
    Bremen, Germany
    KOCKS Manufacturing GmbH & Co KG

    "Based on the small batch sizes, it was important to be able to programme and equip quickly and easily. The RoboJob company was the one that most satisfied these requirements."

  • Van Trierum Metaalbewerking BV
    Lunteren, Netherlands
    Van Trierum Metaalbewerking BV

    "Why should we let an experienced operator load and unload a machine, while there’s a robot to do this! "

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