On which competences do our customers wish to focus?
Process technologies and nothing else! This means that our customers need central Robot.Modules to connect process modules in a cluster in order to handle substrates between the processes and to feed them in/out.
What does the ideal central handling module look like from the customer perspective?
It is a fully independent central Cluster.Module with an intuitively operated graphical user interface and all the necessary safety functions.
How can Adenso fulfil this customer requirement?
This is why we developed the modular Adenso Robot.Platform. The Robot.Modules are modularly configured in an application-specific manner – almost as easily as creating something with certain well-known toy bricks! The equally modular Cluster.Control system adControl is responsible for the entire control of the central handling module.
How is a Robot.Cluster for vacuum processes created?
The process provider has the technologies and devises a configuration for its customer. Adenso selects a suitable Robot.Platform and the necessary Robot.Modules and configures a Robot.Cluster together with the adControl. The communication between the Handling.Robot and the Process.Modules takes place via the adControl.Interface and in a simple and equally modular manner.
How long does the basic commissioning of Handling.Robots and Process.Modules take?
Since all systems are commissioned in parallel and independently of one another and the interface can be tested in advance, the basic commissioning of even extensive cluster systems is generally completed within just one day. The process can then be commissioned immediately.
What is the sales concept behind adControl?
Since we use a licensing model for adControl, our customers don’t need to pay for the entire software development for each project. This means significant savings in terms of time (because it’s a ready-made standard product) and costs (just the licence fee).