AgiLAB incontra COMAU

COMAU ha scritto un’approfondimento sul nostro laboratorio robocentrico dedicato allo Smart Manufacturing!

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Launching an order, firstly the Comau Racer-3-0.63 receives from the MES the instructions regarding its handling missions and Robot-to-Robot interactions, which serve to grab and move the cup and the coaster.

Agilab approach

Agilab is the concrete expression of Eureka System’s skills. It meets the need for process innovation of those manufacturing companies that look to the future according to the requirements of Industry 4.0.

The laboratory, reproducing a scaled-down production process, acts as a pole of exemplification, simulation, research, and in-depth analysis of Smart Factory and Digital Transformation. Equipped with its own Manufacturing Execution System, Agilab sports a series of 4.0 technologies, including various sensors, Artificial VisionEdge ComputingData Analysis, fixed Cartesian and Anthropomorphic Robotic Systems, and Jobot – the mobile robot with a fleet management software. Basically, Agilab is a dynamic industrial process of Smart Manufacturing, with its own Manufacturing Execution System, its product varieties, and its customisations on commission; all technologies are integrated in a digitally interconnected environment, with its own tailor-made Manufacturing Execution System. Currently, Agilab is programmed to replicate a hot beverage production process, thus preparing the ordered drink and delivering the cup along with a coaster personalised with the receiver’s name.


CAM-Robot is Agilab articulated robot experimentation; fully powered by Keba, this Comau Racer-3 robot is interfaced with Eureka System’s G-code (DIN66025) interpreter software to generate the high-precision toolpaths that the robot must follow to write on the coaster.

As a side note, the robot gripper was specifically created by Additive Manufacturing (3D printing in polymer material).

During a specific step of the production process, the robot customises the coaster by writing on it the name of the person who ordered the drink. Seeing as the required letters differ from order to order, every time the robot must be able to follow a previously unknown complex trajectory. Interestingly, during the writing process the marker remains immobile, while the robot writes on the coaster directing it along the instructed fixed-angle 3D path.

With the CAM-Robot Eureka System has developed a robot capable to move objects by executing both common handling missions and easily customisable machining G-code toolpaths for CNC finishing works.

The six-axis anthropomorphic robot

01 – performs Handling missions for manipulating raw materials and semi-finished products

02 – interacts with the warehouses (raw materials, semi-finished products, finished products)

03 – can follow Machining G-code customised toolpaths for Computer Numerical Control (CNC) finishing works to mark and personalise the order

Racer 3 handling cup


Robotic handling with Comau Racer 3

Robotica fissa cartesiano e antropomorfo



Eureka System defines itself as a Software Solution Provider for manufacturing and industrial companies.

From software to artificial vision to robotics, they develop innovative customised solutions to accompany their customers toward industry 4.0. Listening, understanding and personalisation are the three fundamental pillars at the base of Eureka System’s software and systems. Every project developed by Eureka System is somehow unique because they take great care in studying the clients’ needs and requirements for implementing specific and exclusive features. With a wealth of experience in the Automation field, Eureka System offers a range of tailor-made solutions: Robotics, Web Apps for Industry, Testing & Simulation systems, Edge Computing, MES/MOM & Industrial Middleware, Building Management Systems, Artificial Vision, and Industrial Hydraulics.

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