Fehlmann Six-axis articulated-arm robot ensures highest productivity

Editor: Barbara Schulz

Switzerland – Automated flexible reclamping of parts by a robot enables machining without operator intervention.

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The robot, here with a Picomax 75 machining centre, allows operators to handle blanks and pallets with a single system.
The robot, here with a Picomax 75 machining centre, allows operators to handle blanks and pallets with a single system.
(Source: Fehlmann)

According to Fehlmann, the solution (pictured with a Picomax 75 machining centre) allows for blanks and pallets handling with a single system. Moreover, the robot enables users to interrupt large-batch machining tasks with small series or single parts production runs from a pallet in between; the feeding system remains flexible and adapts to the customer's requirements. Highest productivity with optimum cost-effectiveness is said to be achieved. The Picomax 75 can be ordered as a 3-axis milling machine, 4th and 5th axes can be retrofitted.

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