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User-friendly robot cell ensures easy production changeover at Søgrens Maskinfabrik


QRS and Masentia have together supplied a combined milling machine and robotic cell, enabling Søgren to run around the clock.


At a time when it can be difficult to find qualified labour, it means a lot to be able to secure the most machine hours with the fewest people. Standing still is expensive. So when Søgren invested in a new Matsuura MAM 72-35V milling machine from Masentia, it made sense to install a user-friendly robotic cell alongside for unmanned operation. Following a recommendation from Masentia, Søgren chose to invest in a robotic cell from QRS.

Flexible solution

To ensure flexible operation and optimum utilisation of all hours of the day, QRS has supplied a user-friendly robot cell with a 70 kg KUKA robot with servo drive, vice with built-in open/close, straightening station, rack for vice and loading table with variable number of pallets and space for up to 100 parts depending on part size. The vise can be used to pick up blanks, set them up and clamp the vise without having to switch between gripper types or put the blanks in a clamping station. This saves time and optimizes the process with their new Matsuura milling cutter.

See how the user-friendly robotic cell works with the milling machine in the video made by Masentia.

About Søgrens Maskinfabrik A/S

Søgrens Maskinfabrik A/S is owned by Henrik Søgren and founded in 1979. Over the years, the company has developed into a modern machine shop with a focus on CNC machining and finishing of parts. They specialize in components from several different industries, including graphic work, the medical industry, the boat industry, etc., all of which require precision work.


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