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Axiome Develops New Multi-Process Robotic Machines for Transportation Sector

27 November 2012

Axiome has developed multi process robotic machines for the transportation sector; able to drill and cut carbon and Kevlar parts.

According to Axiome, the last developments in the transportation sector show a strong orientation to the use of composites materials. It explains that the production of these parts involves an adaptation of machinery and equipment used.

Axiome believes its know-how in high pressure water jet and milling provides them with the necessary experience to produce the multi-process robotic machines. The new machines are able to drill and cut carbon and Kevlar parts, and can guarantee the high level of productivity required for these applications. 






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