- Multi spindle beam drill DE
- Multi spindle beam drill DF
- Multi spindle beam drill DJ
- Multi spindle beam girder drill DJ
- Drill and saw multi spindle DEB
- Drill and saw multi spindle DFB
- Drill and saw multi spindle DJB
- Drill and saw single spindle drill DFB
- Multi spindle drill robotic coper DERC
- Multi spindle drill robotic coper DFRC
- Multi spindle drill robotic coper DJTT
- Single spindle drill robotic coper DFRC
- Flats & Angle punch, Shear
- Punch and shear angle line mod HP
- Punch and shear angle line mod L
- Roller feed punch and shear angle line
- Hydraulic Ironworker 1105N
- Hydraulic Ironworker 304
- Hydraulic Ironworker 404NP
- Hydraulic Ironworker 604
- Hydraulic Ironworker 805N
Robotic coper RC
The modern structural steel buildings are made with profiles (beams, U-channels, angles, tubes) that are joined and bolted one to the other.
Straight and mitred cuts are carried out with modern sawing systems, shaped cuts on profile edges or on web and flanges, instead have always been a problem that is today, more than ever, brilliantly solved thanks to the Ficep thermal coping robots.
The Ficep robotic coper allows the torch to move and orientate (using plasma or oxyfuel cutting). It is also possible to carry out coping of programmed shapes previously stored in the CNC library.
The robot is controlled by dedicated software which gives simple and essential sequences:
1. The torch carries out the probing cycle to survey the real values of the piece to be processed;
2. These real values are compared with the theoretical ones stored in the CNC part program; any discrepancies are automatically corrected in real time and the torch will move to the exact position to start the cycle grace to the new generated part program.
No time is lost to re programme the shape.
The advantages of these systems are straight forward and obvious:
- All the manual operations to measure, mark out and cut disappear;
- Values are respected with no mistakes;
- Cutting operations can be done in line with drilling units in order to save time;
- The processing cycles and the manufacturing times are drastically reduced;
- Processing is done in a complete automatic and tidy way;
- The floor space dedicated to this kind of processing solutions are reduced;
- Production costs are lowered;
- No skilled labour is required for complicated manual operations such as layout on the beam and manual cutting
- The carriage allows operations such as splitting, long inclined cuts for haunches generation, castelating, etc.. due to the capacity to accurately control the axe along the length of the bar.
- optimized nesting and multing of different pieces with common cuts is allowed for minimal material wastage.
- Machine chassis consisting of four columns in electrowelded steel tubes to support the robot and precision rack and pinion linear guides to move the torch allow the highest repeatability and accuracy in these complicated cutting operations.
- Semi-spherical cartesian robot with 6 controlled axes holding the oxycutting and plasma torch is a guarantee of easy programming and control also at the workshop level.
- Automatic vices to guarantee perfect material clamping even during cuts where the material moves longitudinally.
- Hydraulic alignment device between the first two rolls of the infeed rollerway.
- System for detection and automatic adjustment of dimensional tolerances.
- The Ficep Minosse CNC is considered by our customers the easiest programming and user-friendly control unit on the market for beam coping and thermal cutting applications
- Plasma cutting system with Hypertherm power source increases the cutting speeds and performances of the robotic cutting cell.
- automatic torch changer allows for minimum set up time when passing from oxitorch to plasma torch and viceversa.
FICEP takes care of the ergonomic and safety details during the design activities. The machines comply with the CE regulations and each layout can be designed suggesting to the customer the most functional and safe criteria.
Safety does not mean lost in production.
On the contrary, well thought and engineered safety solutions pushed FICEP engineers to think about functionalities that involve very reduced interventions, if not none, from the operator over the machine cycle. The consequences of this approach are reflected in a much reduced variance from cycle to cycle of the machine performance giving higher throughputs in the short and long run.
CNC robotic coper 1201 RC 2001 RC 2561 TT Number of robotic axis on the coper 6 6 5 Cutting torch Oxy/Fuel-Plasma Oxy/Fuel-Plasma Oxy/Fuel-Plasma Weld prep in the flanges Yes Yes Yes Weld prep in the web Yes Yes Yes Programmable weld prep angles ± 45° ± 45° ± 45° Fourth side cutting for tubes Yes Yes No
Marking unit Plasma unit Fume extraction Transfer tables with carts Transfer table with catches Transfer table with chains Underside scribing Flange probing Web probing Tool changer