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Grinding is a fine processing of materials, with which we can achieve great precision and exceptional quality of the processed surface. Automated robotic sanding is an application where PushCorp equipment excels. Precision constant speed and power effectors account for part variability and abrasive wear. Therefore, manual processes can be automated more easily than ever before.

The advantages of robotic grinding compared to conventional CNC machines are greater profitability, greater adaptability and a larger working area, as well as lower energy consumption. An integral part of the robotic cell is the robot that manages the dosing and manipulation of parts on the grinding units. The grinding units themselves are pneumatically operated and, of course, equipped with grinding belts.

In non-automated processes, operators rely on visual inspections. Apart from the fact that this process is tedious, the final result is left solely to subjective assessment. As a result, hand-finished parts are unpredictable, as they can be over- or under-machined. In addition to inferior finished parts, non-automated processes use a larger amount of abrasives. For example, if the operator applies too much force, the abrasive material becomes glazed. On the other hand, the abrasive will not break again if too little force is applied. With an automated system, not only is part quality significantly better, but abrasive life can be increased by 200-300%.

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Robotic polishing is a great way to improve the safety, quality and consistency of polished products.

The advantages of robotic polishing compared to conventional CNC machines are greater profitability, greater adaptability and a larger working area, as well as lower energy consumption. An integral part of the robotic cell is the robot that manages the dosing and manipulation of parts on the polishing units. The polishing units themselves are pneumatically controlled and, of course, equipped with polishing discs.

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One of the biggest challenges in hand sanding wood is achieving consistent results. Each surface has its own specifics, and human error and fatigue can lead to uneven results. Robotic sanding eliminates these problems by providing precision and consistency that is difficult to achieve by hand. Our robotic systems ensure the same sanding quality every time.

In addition to consistency, robotic sanding also improves workplace safety. Manual sanding can be physically demanding and stressful for workers, and exposure to dust and injury hazards can be a major challenge. Our robotic systems provide a safe working environment, reducing the risk of injury and improving working conditions for your employees.

The quality of finishes is key to success in the woodworking industry. Robotic sanding enables exceptional precision and control over every stroke. Regardless of the shape, size or complexity of wood surfaces, our robotic systems can adjust the sanding to achieve the perfect finish. The result is high-quality, smooth surfaces with minimal sanding marks.

Join the many successful companies that have already taken advantage of robotic sanding of wood and wood surfaces. Our team of experts is at your disposal to provide you with individually tailored solutions that suit your needs and goals.

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Routing (Cutting composite materials)

Cutting composite materials is a dirty and dangerous job. It requires very sharp cutting tools that can be dangerous if they come into contact with a human operator. As a result, manufacturers are rapidly moving to automated cutting processes. This not only creates a safer work environment, but results in higher quality parts and products.

Robotic cutting of composite materials usually requires removing the material to a known height or location. As a result, the process equipment is firmly mounted at the end of the robot. In this setup, the spindle is exposed to a higher load compared to grinding or grinding with adjustment.

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Gate removal

Robotic deburring after casting is an extremely efficient and precise process that offers numerous advantages.

Through the use of advanced robotic technology, casting tops, which are excess material used in the casting process, can be accurately and quickly removed from castings. This automated approach ensures consistent and uniform deburring, eliminating the need for manual labor and reducing the risk of errors or inconsistencies. Additionally, the use of robots improves workplace safety by reducing the exposure of human operators to potentially hazardous tasks. Ultimately, using a robotic post-casting deburring solution improves productivity, quality and safety in the industry.

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Robotic deburring is a very efficient and effective process that offers numerous advantages in the manufacturing industry. Deburring, removing sharp edges, unevenness or excess material from parts, is a key step in improving the quality and safety of finished products.

By using advanced robotic systems, deburring tasks can be performed precisely and consistently. Robots equipped with special deburring tools can access complex shapes and hard-to-reach areas, ensuring thorough and even deburring throughout the process. The use of robots in deburring eliminates the need for manual labor, reducing costs and improving productivity.

In addition, robotic deburring increases workplace safety by minimizing exposure to people working with hazardous materials and repetitive motions. All in all, robotic depilling improves product quality, increases efficiency and creates a safer working environment in production processes.

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PushCorp force matchers and servo spindles are a must for robotic drilling applications.

Without it, positional drilling is extremely difficult to automate. The robot moves from point A to point B regardless of the amount of force it applies. So, as the bit wears out, the robot does not know how to slow down. As a result, a dull drill will not have time to cut the material. Therefore, the drill bit will "punch" through the soft material and leave an unwanted finish. In harder materials, the drill bit will break. In addition, it is difficult for robots to move in a straight line, which will result in a crooked hole.

In contrast, force-based drilling makes it easier to calculate bit wear. With the development of the process, a force is set that will cut the material at the desired speed. Then, as the bit wears, the cutting time will increase. This time can be monitored in the program and used as a trigger to perform a robot tool change. Because the force matching device has a linear stroke, it allows motion that is analogous to a drill press. This ensures a straight cut every time.

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Deflashing is a material removal process that removes the "flash" after the part exits the mold. This can happen when the mold is worn or the shape of the parts is very complex and the viscous material leaks out of the cavity. This can be seen with both metal and plastic parts so the process of removing this material can be quite different.

For plastic parts, they often come out of the mold still hot and can be cut with a knife. If the parts are not machined immediately and the material is cooled, then it is common for companies to use a spindle and face mill to remove the excess through the machining process.

For aluminum and softer metals, the same approach can be taken, but a larger spindle with heavy-duty bearings is required. Due to the nature of the molding process, the excess may be inconsistent in shape and thickness. As a result, the bearings must have a high radial load to withstand intermittent cuts, different thicknesses and vibrations generated during the process.

Regardless of the material, this process is dirty, dangerous and repetitive. It requires very sharp cutting tools or abrasives that can be harmful if they come into contact with the human operator. As a result, manufacturers are quickly moving to automated removal processes. This not only creates a safer work environment, but also results in better quality parts or products.

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