RAMPF Dosiertechnik and KUKA robots celebrate 10 years of cooperation you vacuum carpets, mow the lawn, milking cows, fences. Robot realize what was unthinkable a decade ago, today. Also in industrial production, the machines are now indispensable. But they work efficiently? Respond RAMPF Dosiertechnik and KUKA robot with innovative overall solutions. For a decade, the companies form a strategic partnership and provide dosing systems with integrated automation for small batch sizes. Plastics processors see customized Automation”with this trend and robot manufacturers faced. Behind it hides various challenges such as fluctuating batch sizes, increasing variation in the components and short product life cycles. This calls for coherent concepts, optimise the process operation.
Hartmut Storz fear of contact between the mechanical engineers there must be no”, called as the main condition for a fruitful cooperation. The sales and Marketing Director of RAMPF Dosiertechnik looks back with pride on the past ten years. With KUKA we have realized 40 projects, mainly in the fields of electrical engineering, automotive, and health care. And there are more every day”, Storz added. His company especially in the glue and foam of complex three-dimensional components with climbs above 45 C or difficult evaluation focuses on automation. The experts have acquired extensive know-how in the programming of robots over the years, so that they can bring the machines to life”. This happens mostly in the context of initial sampling in the application technical at RAMPF.
The low pressure systems by RAMPF own for the most diverse single and multi component materials whether silicone, polyurethane or epoxy resin. The property spectrum ranges from liquid, about Pasty to high viscosity and foam. Short cycle times, lower investment costs there are two ways the plastics processing with the Automation to combine. Option one: the mixing system is attached to the robot and moves the mixed system of the component.