How Europoliuretani got enabled to flexibly use 6-axis anthropomorphic robots as CNC machines.
The partnership between EUREKA SYSTEM, a system integrator to industrial companies focusing on automation, and KEBA Industrial Automation GmbH is a relatively young one. Only four years ago, both companies started cooperating in order to develop a special solution for an OEM customer. In spite of this rather short time span, though, both companies have managed to seamlessly merge their expertise to drive groundbreaking advancements in the industry.
When the conventional processing of difficult-to-machine materials reaches its limits
When working with difficult-to-machine high-alloy steels, conventional machining methods reach their limits. Bosch and KEBA show how it can still be done in large-scale series manufacturing in the automotive industry using a sustainable, safe and cost-effective approach.
Machine operation under glass as a competitive advantage
The freedom to optimally display individual features and develop individual screens and layouts, a solution from one single source – and an innovation that sets the business apart from the usual standard. Such was the framework for the development of a future HMI at SW. The company wanted to bring its entire machine operation “under glass”. Not as a vision – but as a competitive advantage. Read this article to find out how SW is interpreting HMI – and the role played by KEBA Industrial Automation in the implementation of the concept.
Rotary indexing machines: the next level in machine operation
Pfiffner develops, manufactures and sells rotary indexing machines. This article describes the challenges the machine manufacturer is facing in the markets, how the cooperation with KEBA came about, and which KEBA solution approaches have become a unique selling point.
Automated XXL welding
The cooperation between the Austrian robot manufacturer igm and KEBA has existed for about 25 years. In the course of time, KEBA has become an important partner, also because the company is broadly positioned: robotics, controllers, drives, powerful robotics safety and all this in an open platform.
Possibly the most valuable milliseconds in the plastics industry
Because power outages can be expensive and time-consuming, the Swiss company NETSTAL started looking for a solution for PET manufacturing that would be able to handle such outages in a cost-effective manner while affording protection from damage. Together with KEBA, such a solution was developed.