Additive manufacturing2021-10-14T11:26:15+00:00
Additive printing with robots

Automation and Additive Manufacturing

Robotic Assisted Additive Manufacturing

Automation and Additive manufacturing is where a CAD/CAM System uses a system of layering to create an object. However, it is sometimes referred to as 3D printing with robots, where a physical object is made from a design. First CAD/CAM software creates the design image. It is then sliced into layers and added on top of each other to create the desired shape.

It uses a robotic arm to produce the layers and shape the object, allowing for manufacturers to develop the potential to produce a lighter, more robust, and also more durable part with faster build times.

Robotic assisted additive manufacturing is starting to change the production process, as more complex designs can now be produced without the need for multiple part-specific tooling, which can also be very costly. Furthermore, additive manufacturing, in comparison to other production methods can produce less waste. This also brings the added benefit of a more environmentally friendly manufacturing process.

CNC Robotics has experience in a diverse range of applications as well as systems. Furthermore, we can now offer robot-driven additive manufacturing where the additive manufacturing head is applied to a robotic arm. This therefore offers an alternative to traditional tools or manual processes. It also gives users the ability to produce large objects and merge this with other processes.

Additive manufacturing is changing the way things are made. This is because robotics driven additive manufacturing allows for more complex builds with the potential for faster build times. Different material options are available with additive manufacturing so you can choose the best and most upmost up-to-date materials to suit your needs.

For further information on how we can help you with robotic assisted additive manufacturing, contact us on 0151 523 8009, alternatively email

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