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Stainless steel robots
KR C (Robot Controller)
KR 1000 titan assembles cylinder blocks at the FAW Group
Use of KUKA robots sets benchmark in manufacture of heavy-duty diesel engines in China.
Robot plugs away
KUKA stainless steel robot screws stoppers into “Pittermännchen” barrels at Kölner Verbund Brauereien
It is all a question of reliability
A KUKA robot drills and installs fasteners in aircraft components at Stork Fokker
Robot brings flexibility to laser welding
High-tech rooted in experience and innovation
Handling of dishwater housings
BSH Bosch und Siemens Hausgeräte relies increasingly on automation for the manufacture of its dishwashers. Therefore the company also planned to automate the application of bitumen sound-deadening pads to dishwasher housings.
Body shop Mercedes-Benz A-Class
DaimlerChrysler’s Mercedes A-class body shop employs a variety of joining processes. For example, about 3,900 spot welds have to be made on 290 different sheet metal parts. DaimlerChrysler was looking to automate these processes through the use of robots; at the top of the priority list were short cycle times, which required high acceleration capability.
Large Scale Architectural Milling Automated by KUKA 6 Axis Robot
The KUKA KR 100 L80 HA works milling large architectural pieces as large as 50' wide by 12' tall.
Dexterity to rival the human hand
For the series production of washing machine drums, the company Fried was looking for a solution that could guarantee a very high level of automation and high availability. All production cells used in the past for this kind of component were implemented with many manual activities and did not meet with the expectations of the company.
Automatic insertion of screws in plastic vehicle members
Hybrid designs, because they combine cost-effective deep drawing with injection molding, make it possible to produce complex, ready-to-install components in just a few steps.
Flexible manufacture of plastic function carriers
For the current 7 Series BMW, 9 jointed-arm robots work together in the assembly and handling of function carriers and with a high degree of flexibility realize a vast range of individual equipment options.
KUKA uses two machine tools to manufacture 14 different components – for and with KUKA robots
KUKA Roboter GmbH, with its headquarters in Augsburg,...
KUKA robots enable efficiency in the injection molding of plastics at Gebrüder Schwarz GmbH
Gebrüder Schwarz GmbH, based in Rottweil-Neukirch...
ENKO Staudinger combines various welding processes in a compact universal cell
For Denkingen-based KAUTH GmbH und Co. KG, a company...
KUKA AGILUS provides excellent basis for creation of ALNEA-ZEUS soldering robot
For four years, ALNEA Sp. z.o.o. has been active on...
opsira GmbH is producing innovative goniophotometers using KUKA robots
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