CNC-Robotic by SIEMENS Chemnitz

| April 9, 2020

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As You can see: Thread forming using CNC robotics in the SIEMENS factory for combination technology Chemnitz. The control is carried out by SINUMERIK Run MyRobot Direct Control. A special, standardized switchgear Robot Control Cabinet)was developed for this purpose to control the robot kinematics perfectly. The cell is supplemented by a customized operator panel for optimum operation and visualization of the work process. The Robot Control Cabinet and the customized Operator Panel were both developed and are also manufactured at the WKC.

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