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Robot milling systems



The WiWe-Rob1 is an affordable, simple yet highly professional entry-level machine. It can be equipped with either one or two milling robots. Its field of application is defined as the easy and fast machining of plastics, wood and aluminium.

The customer does not have to do without any important equipment. The product-specific clamping fixtures come with standard mechanical, electrical and pneumatic interfaces. This ensures a fast and very simple change of different productions. The corresponding machining programs are linked to the interfaces, so that the correct programs are called up directly during insertion - this prevents errors!

The milling spindles used reach speeds of up to 40,000 rpm and are water-cooled.

Additional equipment is possible:
- Waste chip conveyor
- Air cooling or minimum quantity lubrication
- Cabin exhaust

The WiWe-Rob2 is extremely effective. It has a very strong price/performance ratio.
The basic equipment already includes a 2-station rotary table. Both stations are equipped with all interfaces, allowing an easy and quick insertion of different, product-specific clamping fixtures. The milling robots can be optionally equipped with one or two milling spindles - this saves enormous time when using more than one milling tool. Alternatively, a milling spindle can also be replaced with a sawing spindle.

Here too, the machining programs are linked to the clamping fixtures and automatically called up during insertion.

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The machine is available with 2 different robot classes. Using the „heavy“ version, it is quite possible to carry out powerful aluminium machining operations. In addition, this system series can be integrated into automated feeding systems.

The following equipment is possible:
- Two diff erent robot classes
- 1 or 2 milling spindles per robot (alternatively saw spindle)
- 2 x 6-fold tool changer
- Waste chip conveyor
- Air cooling or minimum quantity lubrication
- Cabin exhaust
- Soundproof cabin
- Automated product feeding

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