Ready for new challenges
New challenges are our daily bread. As mechatronics experts, we are specialized on industrial robots programming & commissioning. Our technicians have Kuka certifications in Base (P1) and Advanced (P2) Robot Programming, Robot Safe Operation, Robot Electrical Maintenance, Robot Mechanical Maintenance. We can also operate on Comau and Denso robots series and other brands of industrial robots.
Mobile Robots & AGVs
The path to the future
We believe in the future of robotics, and mobile robots are the future. AGVs mobile platforms are the present for industrial purposes, mobile robots will help people to live better. Our technical skills allow us to research and develop innovative technical solutions for mobile robots, integrating servomotors, sensors, vison system, software. Special neural-network based algorithms for optimal path-planning are the present.
Advanced PLC & HMI programming
PLCs (Programmable Logic Controllers) and HMIs (Human-Machine Interface) are part of our history, Siemens, Rockwell, Schneider, Beckhoff, Omron, Mitsubishi PLCs and Operator Panels our favorite brands.
SCADA systems as CitectScada®, Wonderware Intouch®, Simatic WinCC® are completely under our control.
BusFields as Profibus, Profinet, Ethernet/IP, EtherCAT are our favorite communication channels for automation tasks.
Servodrives like Sinamics, Control Techniques and Rockwell are our standard for real-time positioning and interpolation of multiple axes in complex machines.
Process control is realized by MCH with state-of-the-art closed-loop techniques, including feed-forward, predictive and adaptive control.
2D & 3D CAD
Advanced mechanical design
Thanks to our skilled mechanical engineers, we are able to perform very complex 2D & 3D CAD design, starting from the customer's specifications, complete with bill of materials and assembly plans.
We can also integrate pneumatics, hydraulics, servodrives and sensors in the mechanical project itself.
In one word, simply mechatronics.
From design to real world
Finite element analysis shows whether a product will break, wear out, or work the way it was designed.
Using Finite element analysis we are able to predict how a product reacts to real-world forces, vibration, heat, fluid flow, and other physical effects.
Local mesh control at vertices, edges, faces, components, and beams are used for a more accurate representation of the geometry.