Over the past ten years, CNC Robotics Ltd has established a reputation as a leading supplier of robots for machining applications, with customers in many manufacturing industries.
It has developed systems for a huge variety of machining processes, including milling, drilling, trimming, additive manufacturing, and general process automation to carry out packing and pick and place operations as well as for machine tending of conventional machine tools.
The Liverpool-based company has recently celebrated a milestone anniversary by undertaking a significant expansion of its robot-machining business. The company has added a second site near its Liverpool base and have recruited five extra staff.
The addition of the second site will enable a clearer separation of the company’s business in the supply of standard cells for single functions, typically trimming or drilling, and its innovative R&D projects for more challenging applications.
“Running both services from a single site presented several challenges, not just a shortage of space,” explained CNC Robotics Ltd founder and Chief Technical Officer, Jason Barker. “For example, we often needed to stop work on confidential projects while prospective customers were visiting to see our standard solutions. Having our innovative research on a separate site means that work can continue there uninterrupted. Equally, we now have room on our main site to keep a standard demonstration cell permanently on show for clients that need a “plug-and-play” system.”