Thursday, November 24, 2022
Fanuc America recently introduced its new Robodrill DiB Plus Machining Center. It is equipped with the most recent Fanuc Intelligent Human Machine Interface (iHMI). With a contemporary flat-panel touchscreen display, it gives a conventional but user-friendly experience and is crammed with clear setup and programming instructions. Users won’t need to switch between different screens in order to see the most popular operations. Additionally, the iHMI includes a number of pre-packaged instructions that make setup for common procedures simpler.
The Robodrill Plus offers enhancements for three, four, and five axis operations to deliver unequaled cycle times. It is powered by the Fanuc Plus Series 31i-B5 Control. Additionally, it features a servo-driven turret that can handle tools weighing up to four kg and tool change speeds as quick as 0.7 seconds. For any automated machine tending application, the Robodrill Plus, which comes in three sizes (small, medium, and large), offers a familiar compact design with accessibility from all sides and is simple to learn, use, and connect Fanuc robots.
Top Workplaces USA award
Fanuc America, the top provider of CNCs, robots, and robo-machines, has received a Top Workplaces USA award. This award signifies a national recognition programme that honors businesses with employee-centered cultures. This most recent achievement follows five straight awards from the Chicago Tribune and eleven straight Top Workplace recognitions from the Detroit Free Press.
As an even larger number of businesses – from small shops to major assembly and fulfillment operations seek to address their pressing labor shortage, boost productivity, boost profits, and secure a competitive edge, the good news is that Fanuc has seen substantial growth in 2022. Over 900,000 robots and over 40 million other Fanuc products are currently in use in manufacturing plants all over the world. In Auburn Hills, Michigan, Fanuc America just broke ground on a new 800,000+ square foot West Campus building. The largest corporate automation training operation in the United States will be housed in the new building.
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