Suhner Industrial Products Inc

PO Box 1234
25 Anderson RD SW
Rome,  GA  30161

United States
  • Booth: B32055

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  • Suhner's new, quick tool change solutions allow robot-based drilling, grinding, filing, cutting

     and deburring without time delays

    Suhner Industrial Products, Rome, Georgia, now offers robot solutions for fully-automated manufacturing. The tool system offers a number of powerful machine tools that can be mounted directly on the robot arm and ready for continuous use.

    The Suhner power-pack robot machine tools are compatible with all robot manufacturers, making them versatile for demanding high-performance applications. This allows operations that were previously not suitable for automation, to now be automated. In short, Suhner’s line of robot tools are multiplying the capability of the robot.

    Tools are available for brushing, polishing, filing, belt sanding or tool spindles and are easily integrated.

    Applications for the new robot tools range from automotive manufacturing to deburring operations, stainless steel machining to drilling and tapping operations and all areas of manufacturing and operations.

    For more information, please contact:

    Suhner Industrial Products, LLC

    43 Anderson Road SW

    P.O. Box 1234

    Rome, GA 30161

    Phone 706/235-8046

    Fax 706/235-8045


  • Suhner Robot Tools
    Suhner Offers Robot Solutions for Fully-Automated Manufacturing -- New, quick tool change solutions allow robot-based drilling, grinding, filing, cutting and deburring without time delays ...

  • Suhner Robot Tools - Dedicated to robot solutions
    The SUHNER ROBOTools for fully automated manufacturing

    Robot-based drilling, grinding, polishing, filing, cutting and deburring without time delays thanks to new end-of-arm tooling solutions.

    For stationary machining applications, SUHNER products already represent  the first choice. However, in cases where the cutting tool must be moved towards the work piece, insufficient or not, many practical solutions are readily available. This gap is now being closed by the SUHNER robot machine tool program. One option is to bring the work piece towards a standard stationary SUHNER machining unit. Today, SUHNER offers the possibility to adapt and guide the tool by the robot.

    As a specialist in automation processes, machining units, hand held power tools and abrasives, SUHNER has expanded its wide product range with special tools that can be mounted directly to the robot arm and ready for continuous industrial use.  In short, we have multipled the capabilities of the robot to now include surface finishing.  The application range is enormous.

    Quick Change Systems

    Standardized connections at the robot arm and the tool are used to automate the quick change system. Connections are made quickly and reliably between air and electrical and sensor technology.

    One of the key requirements for quick  connecting components is to apply proven technology with a high degree of interchange reliabilty. Selected components meet this requirement.


    Change of the abrasives

    Abrasives typically have a short life cycle. A patented, simple quick change of abrasives system (dispose and reload) was added to the program to simplify the change of abrasives.

    This quick change for abrasive system from SUHNER,  for example, allows the use of different abrasives in sequence to achieve a desired surface finish.

    An automated abrasive change increases the flexibility and eliminates unproductive  production hours.

    Servo motor driven angle grinders

    Today, most robot guided grinding and polishing machine tools are operated by air.  Often, considering a 24 hour operating environment, these machines  reach their limits. Frequent service interruptions, plus extremely high air consumption add to energy cost that also will affect profitabilty. In addition, air driven tools drop in speed when under load which can contribute to an adverse effect to the surface finish. Depending on surface quality requirements, the rotation of the grinding or polishing tool often requires clock- and counter clock rotation which an air driven tool can't accomplish.

    All of these critical requirements can be met with the newly designed servo driven tools from SUHNER either in standard or orbital design version. Lightweight and powerful servo motors are used to obtain high speeds up to 9,500rpm made for continuous operation.  All grinding tools are made with an M14  spindle to enable the use of standard, commercially available grinding discs.

    Our flexibility and adaptability make SUHNER your perfect partner for robot applications.

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