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Robotic deburring and finishing are exciting opportunities for manufacturers to increase productivity and mitigate the challenges of a shrinking workforce. But with that excitement comes risks, challenges and unknowns. 3M is a trusted leader in robotic material removal. With decades of experience partnering with system integrators and robot manufacturers – and as a leader in abrasives for robots – we can help you navigate the automation process with confidence.
3M and KUKA have collaborated to create ready2_grind – a preconfigured weld grinding robot system that streamlines the automation process. Find out if this system is right for your operation.
Need an automation partner? Use the growing 3M Robotics Network to find a system integrator that best suits your specific application needs and location.
Automating an abrasive operation can be complicated. That’s why we developed a set of resources and tools to help guide you through the process, from concept to robotic cell.
Not sure if your process can be automated? Or maybe you're just curious what robotic deburring looks like. Watch the video simulations below to see what robots are capable of when they're equipped with 3M abrasives.
3M offers abrasive solutions and expertise to help you automate a variety of material removal processes, from robotic grinding to robotic polishing and every step in-between. Visit our metalworking application pages to learn more.
3M Application Engineers partner with other industry leaders to discuss robotic grinding, finishing, sanding and more. Check out recordings of past events and register for future webinars.
3M has the expertise, connections and products to help you automate your abrasive process. Download our informational brochure to learn more about abrasive automation.
Connect with an abrasives expert or sign up for robotics email updates from 3M Abrasives. We're here to help you get the most of automation - whether you're just starting to consider robotics in your operation, designing a robotic cell for your abrasive process, or making a final abrasive selection.