In addition to the Racks - wherein large(r) series or hard-to-stack workpieces may be positioned in stackable racks - RoboJob is also offering 3 other standard automation concepts for the automation of CNC machines.
For example, a customer may also opt for a simple table concept, with which the workpieces may be stacked on a table. Within the Turn-Assist Series there are 3 such 'table' models for the automation of lathes. Within the Mill-Assist Series there is both a 'table' model and a Conveyor, which is placed alongside the milling machine.
Finally there is also the new TOWER, an extremely innovative automation concept. With this, RoboJob is managing to create 8.40m² of available loading space on a limited area of 1.40m². This is because the Tower is constructed vertically. Drawers are fitted into it, which may be flexibly arranged so that both raw materials, finished parts, and later also clamping devices and tools can be accommodated therein. Because the Tower may also be used on several machines, it functions as a central, automated warehouse. The Tower was only introduced a few months ago at the EMO trade fair in Hannover. Since then, RoboJob has been able to register several orders, also for various customers in Germany.
RoboJob is welcoming its customers at the METAV trade fair in Düsseldorf up to and including Saturday, 24 February 2018. You will find RoboJob there in Hall 16, on Stand D 76. You’ll be able to see the Racks live at work, and you can also find out everything about RoboJob’s other automation solutions.
After METAV, RoboJob moves to Utrecht (Netherlands), where it will be participating in the TechniShow. This trade fair is taking place at Utrecht’s Jaarbeurs from 20 to 23 March 2018.