STC1503-BT30

Servo Spindle MotorsSTC1503 BT30 High Speed Robotic Servo Spindle The PushCorp STC1503-BT30 high speed servo spindle is an ideal solution for robotic material removal applications such as: Automated Grinding Automated Sanding Automated Polishing Automated Deburring The STC1503-BT30 features a powerful 3.0 hp [2.2 kW] servo motor that provides constant speed. This equipment is designed to mount parallel or perpendicular…

AFD310

AFD310AFD310 The AFD310 is part of PushCorp’s Active Compliance series. This end effector can apply up to 60 lbf [267 N] in any orientation automatically. Consequently, this tooling is essential for automating robotic material removal applications where parts have complex or curved geometry. The STC1503-BT30, SM1503, STC0605-BT30, and SM0605 are servo spindles optimized to mount to the AFD310. Together, they can automate a wide variety…

Automated Robotic Deburring

Automated Robotic Deburring Deburring Remove Inconsistencies and Elevate Your Part’s Finish Robotic deburring is an application where PushCorp’s equipment excels. Our precise force and constant speed end effectors account for part variability and abrasive wear. Therefore, manual processes can be automated easier than ever. In non-automated processes, operators rely on visual inspections. Not only is…

Robotic Sanding

Robotic Sanding Remove Inconsistencies and Elevate Your Part’s Finish Robotic sanding is an application where PushCorp’s equipment excels. Our precise force and constant speed end effectors account for part variability and abrasive wear. Therefore, manual processes can be automated easier than ever. In non-automated processes, operators rely on visual inspections. Not only is this is…

Robotic Grinding

Grinding Remove Inconsistencies and Elevate Your Part’s Finish Automated Robotic grinding is an application where PushCorp’s equipment excels. Our precise force and constant speed end effectors account for part variability and abrasive wear. Therefore, manual processes can be automated easier than ever. In non-automated processes, operators rely on visual inspections. Not only is this is…