Automatic deburring of bore intersections (e.g. burrs in structural parts and crankshafts as well as in sand- and die-casting parts and mold separation) is one of the major challenges in production technology and mechanical engineering. Previously, undesired burrs on the inside and outside of the parts could only be removed with substantial time and monetary efforts and in some cases only with manual labor. The robotic deburring cell combines perfection, performance and efficient processing in a single unit.

The deburring cell can have multiple stations that can process multiple structural components. Removal of sprues or rising gates (e.g. for cast parts from aluminum, brass or steel) can be executed within a single deburring cell using sawing units.

Furthermore, the cell is designed in such a way that similar components with different geometries can be deburred without modification or tool change. After identifying the raw part, the corresponding component-specific machining program is started automatically.

A robot or a special handling system feeds in the workpieces and passes them on. The deburring cell also features a separate blowing station in which the workpieces are cleaned from chips before/after processing.

The robot as well as the deburring machines are permanently mounted on a heavy-duty frame and are surrounded by a cabin that ensures particularly favorable conditions for the suction and also provides noise insulation. Openings for the feeding equipment to be used (such as sliding table, pallet conveyor or other equipment for automatic workpiece infeed) are provided in the front area of the cabin.