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05.06.2019

Festive commissioning of the igm welding robot system at Siemens Mobility in Graz, Austria

On June 4, 2019 the commissioning of a unique igm welding robot system took place in Graz. Many representatives of politics, economics and the press took part in the event. Siemens Mobility prepared a wonderful setting to talk about technology and presented together with igm Robotersysteme AG the "most modern frame welding system in the industry". This project sets new standards and quality levels in the area of production process digitalization and man-machine interfaces.

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17.05.2019

Robot-assisted cleaning of subway sets at Wiener Linien

The order was placed in 2017 at igm Robotersysteme AG to replace the first plant at the operation station “Wasserleitungswiese” of Wiener Linien, which has been in operation since 1988. At that time, two longitudinal carriages were implemented on each side for cleaning a single set (double railcar) of the Viennese subway of type U. The new igm robot installation is also suitable for type V (a continuous permanently coupled six-carriage train, divided into 3 parts for cleaning) and consists of one longitudinal carriage way on each side in a special slim design with a travel distance of 27 m. In addition, there is the 2-stage dust exhaust system as well as light barriers and doors with safety limit switches for access protection.

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14.03.2019

igm @ Euroblech

igm compact welding robot system with telescopic vertical slide on a swivelling cross slide shows the welding simulation on an impressive large undercarriage for LIEBHERR tower cranes.

 

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12.12.2018

Fabtech Atlanta 2018

Fabtech 2018, the largest welding and cutting exhibition in the United States, was held November 6 through 8 at the World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia. igm showed its 8-axes robot on a rotating column with two integrated L-Arms. To demonstrate the capabilities and advantages of igm’s 8-axes robot with rotating arm and rotating base, the work piece displayed was a Plexiglas box, which the robot would enter through a small opening and simulate inside welding using the laser camera for seam tracking.

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