ARMIN T with MAZAK VTC530



Client :
DUMOULIN AERO
Alleur (Belgium)

Type of solution :
Chargement de pièces
ARMIN machine :
série M

DUMOULIN AERO is a company from Liège specialized in the production of connecting parts used in aircraft wing mechanisms.  Historically, DUMOULIN AERO has produced firearms but has diversified into the manufacture of titanium and high-strength metal components for the aeronautical industry.


Thanks to its experience in the armaments industry, the company quickly assimilated the requirements and constraints of the aeronautical world and quickly became a key supplier of elements to the main world aircraft manufacturers : AIRBUS, BOMBARDIER and EMBRAER.


Only 6 months after a first ARMIN robotic installation successfully carried out, DUMOULIN AERO has already ordered its second installation.


Indeed, convinced by the benefits brought in terms of time savings, efficiency and repeatability on the first robot cell , DUMOULIN AERO quickly identified a possibility of first operations robotization on another family of parts.


This second cell is an ARMIN T (Drawer) which is charge for carrying out roughing operations on both sides of the raw parts received from the material supplier.


To do this, the ARMIN cell is combined with a MAZAK VTC milling machine configured in pendulum mode.  Thanks to this configuration, the machine works during robot unloading/loading.  Finally, the spindle continuously mills.


The modularity of ARMIN software made it possible to start up this cell without modifying the robot program.  In fact, simple configuration management (a vice or a lathe chuck) like complex machines (two spindles, tawo tables, roto pallets,…) is integrated to ARMIN. As a result, a configuration that seems "non-standard" is actually "standard" with ARMIN.



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