MACHINE! - Automation Technology

Roboterzelle mit kooperativ arbeitenden Robotern, Aumann Limbach-Oberfrohna GmbH

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Aumann Limbach-Oberfrohna GmbH

Complex automation projects for the automotive, non-automotive, and photovoltaic sectors are implemented by the Aumann Limbach-Oberfrohna GmbH. The company is active around the globe as a full service provider of special purpose machinery and industrial plants in the assembly, handling, and testing technology sectors. The portfolio ranges from mechanical and electrical design and construction to program development and mechanical and electrical assembly / installation all the way to commissioning. 

SCOUT®-Roboter von Fabmatics GmbH, Dresden

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FABMATICS GMBH, DRESDEN

Headquartered in Dresden, the Fabmatics GmbH accepts automation projects in high tech branches. Fabmatics’ individually customized automation solutions master the handling of wafers, cassettes, and other products in cleanrooms – ranging from identification and localization to transport and storage all the way to loading and unloading machines. The intelligent intralogistics systems can be adjusted to the individual requirements and processes of new as well as existing production lines. Fabmatics possesses unique problem-solving expertise particularly when it comes to the retrofitting of 200 millimeter semiconductor factories. Yet its automated logistics systems are also used in other branches that have very high requirements for purity such as photovoltaics, medical technology, the pharmaceutical industry, or large laboratories. Fabmatics with its about 200 employees is active around the globe. 

XENON AUTOMATISIERUNGSTECHNIK GMBH, DRESDEN

Since 1990, the Dresden-based XENON Automatisierungstechnik GmbH has delivered more than 1,200 machines to its customers around the globe. The company develops and builds customized machinery and systems for the automation of production processes. Sophisticated, fully automatic assembly and test lines designed to automate mass production in the automobile industry – for example, for the production of sensors, mechatronic components, or plug-in connectors – represent the largest share of XENON’s turnover.

SITEC INDUSTRIETECHNOLOGIE GMBH, CHEMNITZ

The Chemnitz-based SITEC Industrietechnologie GmbH excels with customer-specific developments of flexible assembly systems, laser systems, and systems for electrochemical metal machining. The list of references includes companies of global repute and renown from the automobile industry and their suppliers as well as from the electrical engineering / electronics and other branches. The systems supplier covers the entire product life cycle ranging from engineering to manufacturing and production all the way to after sales service. In addition, SITEC develops and manufactures its own systems with which it carries out mass production orders on behalf of its customers.

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