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igm robots weld dumper truck bodies at Bell Equipment Germany

Bell Equipment Germany was founded in 2000 as the third European branch of the South African construction equipment manufacturer Bell Equipment. The Bell dumper truck plant was completely rebuilt on almost 10 hectares of total area, with a production area of around 16,000 m², and it is designed for flexible production of all current vehicle sizes.

The components are dumpers of the articulated dumper trucks with a loading volume of 18 t to 46 t and in the future up to 60 t. The production takes place in two steps: First, the subassemblies (rear and end walls) are manufactured in the smaller igm welding robot cell, then - after manual tacking - the complete dumper is welded in the large igm welding robot station.

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Cooperation with Stilfer Srl Italy - igm training and demonstration center

The Company Stilfer is one of our longstanding customers, who are trusting completely on igm robotic systems in terms of automatic welding. Fifteen robot cells are filling the production halls of the manufacturer of diverse components for industrial machines from the building sector to the earth-moving sector. 2020 will follow 3 new igm installations to strengthen Stilfer´s workshop. Especially lifting- and hydraulic component equipment up to 12 meters in length and 6000 kg are processed by our robots.

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igm robots are welding in Doka’s first production site outside the EU!

Doka is an Austrian world leader in developing, manufacturing and distributing formwork technology for use in all fields of the construction sector. With more than 160 sales and logistic facilities in over 70 countries, Doka has a highly efficient distribution network which ensures that equipment and technical support are provided swiftly and professionally.

The formwork company, a branch of the Umdasch Group AG, has opened its first formwork plant in Russia’s Lipetsk Special Economic Zone (SEZ) 400 km south-east of Moscow. The new corporate branch in Lipetsk will be the first production site of the Austrian concern outside the European Union.

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