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Foundry – Assembly

SIR robots operate at the service of the modern foundry industry, improving conditions in the working environment by taking care of intensive, complex operations on heavy and bulky pieces.
SIR represents the undisputed leader in robotic solutions for process applications related to metals (aluminum, cast iron, steel, brass, special alloys).
Deburring and related operations constitute some of the most complicated realizations in the robotic field, especially because of the demanded precision that requires refined mechanical and software solutions, which SIR customizes for each customer.
Thanks to adaptive tool compensation and virtual programming techniques, SIR’s solutions guarantee constant and repeatable finished quality, compensating for variations between the actual piece and the nominal model.

The SIR assembly lines in the automotive sector mainly concern the assembly of engine heads, wheel groups, engine distribution groups or turbines. In addition to this SIR has developed solutions for the welding and assembly of car and motorbike frames.
Generally this lines are capable of self-tooling for each different product code.
The robots are assisted by other accessory systems designed and produced by SIR such as Cartesian manipulators, presses, etc.

Functional Integration

We build robots and mechanisms that interact to share information and balance the workload, to assemble any type of product.

Quality and Efficiency

SIR assembly solutions deliver drastic reductions in production times with impressive increases inquality. All with efficiency over 90%.


SIR lines’ automatic retooling opens the way to randomized production and automation which leaves behind the rigidities of the past in progression to the one-piece batch.

Functional Characteristics

  • Randomized production and automatic retooling
  • Production traceability
  • Optical inspection and functional testing of the finished product

Sand core assembly and deburring

Trimming and deburring of the individual cores and assembly of the cores by screwing and gluing operations.
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