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DMG DMU 160P 5 Axis Machining Centre
Year	2002
CNC	HEIDENHAIN TNC-530
Table Dimension	1.500 X 1.250 mm.
Longitudinal Travel (X Axis)	1
Year 2002 CNC HEIDENHAIN TNC-530 Table Dimension 1.500 X 1.250 mm. Longitudinal Travel (X Axis) 1...
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Cobot technology to take centre stage in Coventry

Mills CNC Automation to showcase three cobots at the Robotics & Automation Show in November

Posted on 18 Sep 2021 and read 785 times
Cobot technology to take centre stage in CoventryMills CNC Automation, the division created by Mills CNC to provide a clear focus for the company’s automation business and to help drive it forward, will showcase its latest collaborative robot (cobot) technology on Stand 710 at the Robotics & Automation exhibition being held at the CBS Arena, Coventry on 2 and 3 November.

The three Doosan cobots being exhibited, the Ao509, M1013 and the H2017, will all be performing tasks that reinforce and demonstrate their flexibility and versatility, user-friendliness, inherent safety and broad application potential.

The A0509 is an entry-level cobot with impressive, class-leading safety credentials. Mills CNC will show how they can be teamed with vision systems to enable them to first identify, orientate and then pick up and place components in a correct pre-determined sequence/pattern.

The M1013 cobot, with its torque sensing capabilities on its six axes, will be showcased with a Renishaw Equator and will demonstrate how unmanned in-process measurement and inspection can be achieved using innovative collaborative robot technology.

Meanwhile the H2017 cobot, with its 1,700mm reach radius and 20kg payload capacity, will be performing end-of-line packing and palletisation operations showcasing the model’s rigidity, robust build, power and strength, and versatility.

Peter McCullough, Doosan Robotics product manager, said: “Doosan cobots are designed to perform a range of tasks that include machine tending, testing and inspection, polishing, deburring and assembly, through to packaging, palletising and repetitive ‘pick and place’ operations.

“The three cobots we are taking to Robotics & Automation will demonstrate the undoubted productivity and operational efficiencies that can be achieved through investing in advanced and innovative collaborative robot technology.”

Doosan cobots are characterised by their build quality, safety, versatility and ease of use. They are equipped with six-axis articulated arms with highly-sensitive torque sensors which detect any change in force or pressure, causing them to stop.

There are ten different cobots in the Doosan range. Each has a different payload and reach radius capacity, and is supplied with a ‘state of the art’ controller and sophisticated and intuitive pendant control.

All cobots can be specified with different end-of-arm tooling systems and solutions (end effectors), and are backed by Mills CNC Automation's best-in-class technical, and pre-and after-sales service and support.

For more information call Mills CNC Automation on 01926 736736 or visit the Mills CNC website.