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We have delivered AGVs (Automated Guided Vehicle) to Sandvik Materials Technology with the capacity to lift powder containers and pallets with a maximum weight of 1300 kg up to 2.5 m height.

The request was a sustainable, a cost-effective and a safe solution with no need for a truck driver to eliminate personal injury.

It resulted in three automatic AGVs that can handle various special tools with the help of a unique tool changer. The advantage is that one and the same AGV can handle all the goods required in the process. The AGV-system has an open architecture that enables easy integration with other equipment. Another advantage is that the customer himself can modify the lanes and the lift height.

SANDVIK is a global industrial group with 42,000 employees whose operations are based on material technology and industrial processes. They are leaders within tools and tool systems for cutting metal processing as well as machinery, tools, service and technical solutions for the mining and construction industry as well as stainless steel and special alloys and products for industrial heating 


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