Comau will exhibit a vast portfolio of smart manufacturing solutions at the Automatica Sprint digital trade event, held online from June 22nd to 24th. Inside the digital space, attendees can experience the company’s unique HUMANufacturing approach to Industry 4.0 together with the products and technologies that enable it. These include exciting products such as the new Racer-5 COBOT, the indoor-outdoor functionality of Comau’s MATE-XT wearable exoskeleton, and electrification-enabling solutions designed to increase productivity and efficiency within the evolving Smart Factory.
Among the advanced automation, digitalization and electrification solutions on display, the company will feature its dedicated machining centers and interconnected digital technologies able to transmit, elaborate and analyze machine and process data. These include in.Grid, the IIot data analysis platform enables real-time monitoring of equipment and systems; MI.RA/Thermography, an innovative, in-line testing and quality control system that uses thermal imaging and artificial intelligence; and the highly-specialized Comau Laser Lab which offers advanced operational solutions in electrification. Comau will also present its e.DOTM Experience platform, which uses robotics as an engaging learning tool thanks to the interactive and open-source e.DO robot.
Of particular interest is the new RACER-5-0.80 (Racer-5 COBOT), a 6-axis articulated cobot with a 5 kg payload and 809 mm reach that can automatically switch from industrial robot speed to collaborative speed in complete safety. For ergonomic support during strenuous or repetitive tasks, Comau’s MATE-XT exoskeleton is the only commercially-available exoskeleton with EAWS certification, attesting to its proven ability to reduce biomechanical loads. Finally, Comau’s Smart Drive machining solutions deliver fast, precise and flexible machining processes, while its Urane 25 horizontal machining center, featuring linear motors and electric spindles, ensures high-speed performance and stable, long-term accuracy.
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Rebecca Morpeth Spayne,
Editor, International Trade Magazine
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