CNC Robotics and KUKA to run joint stand at MACH 2024

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CNC Robotics, a leading integrator specialising in machining and additive robotic applications, are one of KUKAs longest standing system partners, and are currently in their 13th year of strategic partnership, five of which have been as Platinum System Partners and together, the two companies will be exhibiting at MACH 2024.

CNC Robotics and KUKA UK are at stand number 6-440, adjacent to the automation knowledge hub.

Visitors to the CNC Robotics and KUKA UK stand should expect to be treated to a display unconforming to traditional stand expectations. The focal point has been designed to pique curiosity and beckon visitors into a world of innovative additive manufacturing solutions.

On display, will be an integrated 3D printing solution provided by CNC Robotics, including a KUKA KR 210 R2700 robot, with a payload of 210kg and reach of up to 3000mm, and a plastic polymer 3D printing extruder, with extrusion rates up to 24kg/h.

The 3D printing cell will be in operation throughout the show, displaying large format printing with thermoplastic composites.

Demonstrating the capabilities of the robot and the cost saving benefits of 3D printing near net shape parts, visitors will understand printing speeds and ROI of the machine. Businesses involved with prototyping, mould making, autoclaving and customised parts should be especially interested.

“We are thrilled to be exhibiting at JEC 2024, and to have the opportunity to showcase our expertise and capabilities to a wider audience,” said Jason Barker, CTO of CNC Robotics.

“Our advanced robotic solutions are designed to help manufacturers achieve greater efficiency and quality, while also reducing their environmental impact. We look forward to meeting with customers and partners at the show to discuss how we can help them achieve their manufacturing goals.”