A computer numerical control (CNC) milling machine is a mill that uses computer code to understand where to make cuts. Like all milling machines, a CNC mill produces a final piece by carving away from a block of material versus adding layers of material to a blank slate.
In our latest leap forward for automation and our commitment to improving delivery, Imperial Carbide proudly is utilizing state-of-the-art 7 axis robotic arms, one each in our CNC Mill & CNC Lathe Departments. They are designed specifically for their precision CNC machine, tending operations on larger quantity production items.
This cutting-edge technology promises unparalleled efficiency, accuracy, and productivity in machining processes. The new robotic arm, equipped with advanced sensory capabilities and intricate programming, seamlessly integrates with Imperial Carbide's existing machinery.
By harnessing its nimble dexterity and fast response times, this robotic assistant elevates the quality and speed of lathe & milling operations to unprecedented levels. Imperial Carbide remains committed to embracing innovation and optimizing manufacturing processes. The company's investment in these robotic arms underscores its dedication to providing exceptional products and services, solidifying its position towards being a leader in the industry.