Robotised Bending Cell

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    Robotised Bending Cell

    Bearing in mind market requirements and the current production management trends known as “Lean Production”, we have noticed a growing interest in the automation of bending methods. Bending cells meet most product quality, production management and industrial safety requirements, with greater or lesser use of the peripheral components necessary for the different parts manufacturing operations.


    • High degree of replicability, not affected by human factors
    • Absence of rejections or faults
    • High positioning precision
    • Ease in dealing with more than one station or machine
    • High degree of safety in the ability to operate in a totally closed area


    • High number of controlable degrees
    • Ease of making complex routes without great precision and speed, especially on anthropomorphic models
    • High efficiency
    • Offline Management Capability
    • High Productivity
    • Profitability (immediate financial return), reducing manufacturing costs


    Other kinds of operations in addition to the manufacture of bent parts can be added to the cell and carried out by other machines, such as sanders, small punches or welding machines operated by the same robot. robot


    ADIRA's strategy involves working closely with suppliers of proven quality, providing support to customers throughout the process, from t designing tools to providing technical and commercial advice, including full and continuous training backed by a very capable after-sales service. ADIRA's market position has always been one of prioritising the building and maintenance of long-term relationships with customers.