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Low Cost Automation in practice

From the automatic harvest helper in agriculture, and clever dosing solutions for the trade, up to labelling robots for palletising applications. With Low Cost Automation components, a wide variety of processes in various industries can be efficiently implemented.

See for yourself what is possible with affordable robotic components from Cologne:

Maintenance-free 7th robot axis from igus

Automation to combat the shortage of skilled workers

Automating grinding work cost-effectively with the help of a 7th robot axis

Glass-fibre reinforced plastic (GRP) is a popular material when it comes to the interior panelling of trains. Wehlage group takes care of the finishing of such GRP parts - and for some months now has been relying on the help of a grinding robot to relieve its skilled workers. But the path to automation is often not an easy one, especially for smaller and medium-sized craft enterprises. That's why Wehlage has enlisted the help of the experts at moduco, who support companies with their know-how in process automation. For cost-effective and efficient automation, igus is also involved as a plastics specialist with its 7th robot axis.


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