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MRK ROBOT SERIES

Flexibility, user-friendly, maximum availability for customization. These are the main characteristics of our painting robot series MRK.

Moreover, MRK robots allow:

[Self Learning Joystick] MULTIPLE PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS. Our painting robot MRK  can be programmed through self-learning, for a fast and easy painting of objects with complicated shapes, or through point to point, for a more accurate painting on geometrically simple pieces.

VARIOUS ROBOT CONFIGURATION. The MRK painting robot can be integrated with multiple devices which are engineered and produced by EPISTOLIO Srl. These devices include carousels systems, external carriages, and rotation devices.

DIFFERENT ARMS LENGTH. The same robot model can be produced with different arm length, in order to perfectly fit with the dimension of the pieces to be painted and the available space in the spraying booth.

SUPERIOR MANEUVERABILITY. The robot arms are built with very light but strong materials and are pneumatically balanced in order to achieve high levels of maneuverability during the programming stage.

JOYSTICK.  The self-learning programming system is simple and quick, thanks to the use of an ergonomic joystick which includes few programmable buttons, which allow a single operator to manage the entire programming stage directly from the painting area.

[Robot MRK6] HIGH QUALITY. Our painting robot MRK 6.1 is built with high-quality materials and parts. Each mechanical component, driver, motor and gearbox come from the most important brands in the industry, in order to ensure to the robot a long operative life.

CUSTOMIZED SOFTWARE. Our multilingual software which manages the robot has entirely been developed from our company and it can be customized in order to perfectly meet the requirements of the Customers. Moreover, it includes a module for the management of the production filled with statistics and data. All robots are equipped with an industrial PC with touch-screen, in order to obtain a practical and intuitive management of all the functions of the machine.

SAFETY DEVICES. Our painting robots can be supplied completed with protective fences, systems for monitoring the operative area of the robot and to safeguard the safety of the operators. If required, our machines can be constructed in explosion-proof version.

WINSIX Robot

It is used for applications with VISION SYSTEMS or  OFFLINE PROGRAMMING when is requested a particular precision in the painting process or a larger working area.

It is characterized by the highest quality level, a great robustness and a very high level of reliability.

Our WINSIX robot is fully integrated with one of our software, in order to offer to the Customer a complete solution for its painting process.

EPISTOLIO offers a different type of vision system and software for the elaboration of the images:

EPI-WINVISION: it is a 2D (optional 3D) system used in for the automatic painting of windows and doors. EPI-WINVISION is able to scan the image of the windows while they are moving on the conveyor and to send the data directly to the robot, who will immediately elaborate them and create the painting program, using some parameters set by the operator.

[EPISTOLIO 3D Vision System] EPI-3DVISION: it is a hardware and software package for the analysis and partitioning of 3D surfaces through cameras or laser scanners. The primitives generated by the software are processed in order to obtain an optimized painting path. Depending on the type of pieces to be painted, different recipes can be saved by managing numerous parameters of the robot and spray gun set.

EPI-SIMULATION: This software allows to make the robot programming using only a personal computer.
The robot is programmed like a CNC machine, starting from a CAD/CAM base which is  [WINSIX - Simulation] used to import the 3D drawing of the piece to be painted and generate the path of the tools. After which, EPI-SIMULATION allows to simulate the created program in a 3D environment and to convert it into the language of the robot.

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