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The Proving Factory go with a FANUC solution..
The Proving Factory go with a FANUC solution..

The Proving Factory go with a FANUC solution..

Added to MTDCNC by FANUC on 23 September 2014

Highlighting its credentials and commitment to energy efficiency and the development of low carbon emission technology, Fanuc UK recently participated in the Low Carbon Vehicle (LCV) event in Millbrook – and MTD was there to see what the event was all about.

The September exhibition is the UK's first centre of excellence for low carbon and fuel cell technologies. This has been driven with assistance from supporting partners that include the Technology Strategy Board, the Department of Business Innovation and Skills, the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership, the Office for Low Emission Vehicles, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, and UK Trade & Investment.

Attracting a range of customers from a broad selection of industry sectors that includes automotive 52%, energy & infrastructure 9%, fleet & local authority 7% and senior engineers 27% and Product Development Managers 15%, the goal of the exhibition is to provide a showcase for UK capabilities, positioning the UK as a leader in LCV technology development and exploitation – and this is exactly where the latest technology from Fanuc comes in to play.

On the stand of ‘The Proving Factory’, a FANUC ROBODRILL with an integrated FANUC robot loader was on show.

The Proving Factory is a government funded project that aims to help SMEs and company’s imbued in innovation to promote the technology they invent and then commercialise and sell it to the OEMS, such a JLR. The FANUC machine was selected by the Government supported ‘Proving Factory’ due to its speed and reliability and the automation capability. The production cell that incorporated the FANUC robotic cell attracted significant interest from show visitors and clearly demonstrated how small flexible production cells can be operated with remarkable efficiency to produce the technology of tomorrow.

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