High-performance 5-axis application robot configured (one arm or two arms) to suit demands for different levels of productivity. iBotic solves all problems related to application consistency, repeatability, operator health, glue application precision accounting for the difference between flat surface and edge of panels, this solution also avoids soiling the reverse side of the panel with glue.
Consistent application across the entire panel surface and all pieces. This machine is a first step into automation for smaller companies currently performing the application tasks manually.
A flexible oven drying glue applied to flat surfaces and edges and ensuring excellent productivity.
Water needs to evaporate from the glue before the PVC foil is applied. This solution takes care of panels where glue has not been applied to the edges.
With a compact footprint, this machine disposes of scrap foil by shredding it and returning it to be recycled, helping to safeguard the environment and finish the process in the best possible way, enabling one operator to dedicate his time to more important tasks.
Trimming the excess foil can be done manually, but greater efficiency and precision can be achieved with an automatic solution enabling one or two operators to dedicate their time to more important tasks. Processing speed is also much faster than manual trimming and a 3D camera enhances precision on all shapes and guarantees maximum precision.
Test day in the LAB.
Substrate: CABINET DOOR, shaped, FOR LAMINATED PVC KITCHEN &nb…
Objective: efficiency and sustainability.
When it comes to coating, there is a crucial point beyond all else, that of lacquer consumption.
Cutting and gluing processes are carried out in replacement for something other than coating; product veneering is achieved, in this case, with plastic material films.
Generally, cutting and gluing are suitable for items made of MDF.
The simplicity of the cutting and gluing process compared to paint coating and the high output rate achievable are two major advantages to take into account when considering whether to choose this technique for your MDF product veneering.
To get started, a press is enough.
In the cutting and gluing process, the type of glue should be chosen according to the end use of the component and the performance goals to be obtained. For example, the glue type changes according to whether an item is to be used in the bathroom, kitchen or living room.
In addition, the desired degree of finish and gloss must be evaluated. Finally, the required output should be considered to determine the type and number of presses, and the number of application and (possibly) cutting machines needed.