07.07.2017 – Last Wednesday it was that time again – The doors opened at the Boll Automation site to welcome numerous specialists and managers from various industries to the “Day of robot-based reworking” event. The motto of the event this time, as the name suggests, revolved primarily around the topic of reworking surplus material with robots. Another focus of the event was on human-robot collaboration.
The day of robot-based post-processing started in the morning with exciting presentations, and in the afternoon the participants had the opportunity to experience various of our solutions live in small groups. The event ended with cool drinks and expert discussions in a cozy atmosphere.
Robot-based postprocessing day
André Peters, Managing Director of Boll Automation, kicked off our program of presentations with a welcoming speech and brief introduction of the company. Directly afterwards, Stefan Maier, Managing Director of Heidenreich & Harbeck GmbH, reported how Boll Automation was able to provide enormous added value for the company through an intelligent automation solution for fettling large, complex castings. The presentations were concluded by Carsten Krewet, Product Manager of Boll Automation, with an exciting presentation of our broad portfolio of solutions for the automation of finishing tasks for a wide range of component sizes and materials, which we offer for large batch sizes as well as for small batch sizes and a high number of variants.
After application-oriented presentations, the very popular live demonstrations followed after a joint lunch. Here, a total of eight stations with various live applications were demonstrated in small groups, including:
Finally, there was the opportunity for individual technical discussions. We were very pleased with the consistently positive feedback from the visitors and, on behalf of the entire team, would like to thank them once again for their participation, intense interest and gratifying feedback.
Among the participants was also an editor of the largest daily newspaper, the Main Echo. He reported on the event in the Saturday edition.