Roboworker showcases latest powder compacting technology

September 28, 2022

Roboworker will also showcase its RPC powder compacting cell at WorldPM2022 and the Hagen Symposium (Courtesy Roboworker)
Roboworker will also showcase its RPC powder compacting cell at WorldPM2022 and the Hagen Symposium (Courtesy Roboworker)

Roboworker, Weingarten, Germany, has showcased its latest powder compacting cell, RPC, at two leading industry events in Germany. The company exhibited at both Ceramitec, in Munich, and AMB International Exhibition for Metal Working 2022, in Stuttgart, reporting significant interest in its latest compaction technology.

The RPC consists of a fully electric-servo driven axial powder compacting press that works based on the ejection principle. All Roboworker press automation platforms can be fully integrated into the system with one control architecture. It offers features such as updated process control and programming technologies, in-process inspection with image processing and more.

Technology developed for the press room includes a magazine trolley integrated into the new press automation system PAG 80. This can be either used for unloading the RPC press cell or for loading and unloading the RDS automated drilling station for the net-shape manufacturing of tangential milling inserts, as well as the RBS automated brushing station for the preparation of highly consistent and defined cutting edge geometries. The PAG 80 is not only suited for Roboworker powder compacting presses, it also offers interfaces to all common press types.

The company will also present its powder compacting and press room technology at WorldPM2022, scheduled to take place October 9-13 in Lyon, France, and the Hagen Symposium, November 24 & 25, 2022, Hagen, Germany.

Roboworker will also showcase its RPC powder compacting cell at WorldPM2022 and the Hagen Symposium (Courtesy Roboworker)

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