By utilizing robotic deburring, robotic grinding, robotic sanding, or robotic polishing at your point of production, you will eliminate high insurance rates for your employees and increase throughput. Robotic deburring is an automated material removal process used to take burrs, sharp edges, or fins off metal parts. This low-cost solution can free up valuable floor space and has shown to have a fast RoI.

Robotic deburring technology increases productivity and profitability. Robotic deburring systems allow for more flexibility to run products for longer periods of time. Robotic deburring work cells can be integrated into many projects. A robot control system with a built-in force-control (ABB) function makes it possible to deburr, grind, sand or polish any object without spending a lot of time on teaching.


  • Automated deburring cells grind, roll and file metal parts precisely

  • The deburring robot can work long hours without fatigue to produce more throughput

  • Automatic deburring is faster and more efficient than its human counterparts.

  • Deburring robots improve the application so product is created at a faster rate

  • A deburring robot can perform a 96 man-hour project in 10 hours with more consistency and higher quality

  • The grinding application is more accurate, thorough, consistent, and perfected through automation.

  • There is quick turn-around with return on investment (ROI). Plus, with the increase in quality and application speed, there are the benefits of increased production possibilities

  • Deburring robots are more affordable today. Many factories are looking to buy a robotic deburring cell for their operation. With expert engineering, a deburring application can bring your company a positive return on investment (ROI)



is the process of refining surfaces until they are smooth and shiny. A wide variety of products require polishing to look their best. Polishing is a repetitive, tedious job, ideally suited for speedy robots. Polishing requires consistency and precision - both of which are achieved in a fraction of the time by using robots. With robots, products emerge evenly and thoroughly polished. Robots are programmed to apply just the right amount of pressure and move in just the right direction, making for faster, more effective performance. With robots, cycle times are shorter and breaks unnecessary Robots save workers from both the drudgery and safety hazards associated with polishing. Polishing robots are unharmed by fumes and dust. Plus, robotic polishing is better for the environment because dry abrasive wheels are used instead of chemical solutions Polishing robots are fully capable of saving time and money while increasing quality