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Fully automated tile line

02/01/2019 ION Machines have begun the making of a new fully automated marble tile line. The line was conceptualised 18 months ago, and the R&D process has now been completed. The line involves several novel methods in the application of epoxy on tiles. The system also involves automatic one-arm robots such as KUKA, which loads the pre-sawn and pre-sized slabs onto the line. These slabs, then, dried, automatically epoxy applied and mesh placed, cured, automatically epoxy applied onto the... ... More »

Slab handling robot without operator

08/09/2018 Under normal circumstances, all automatic loading & unloading robots require teaching of how to handle slabs; in what position the slab should be taken from the gangsaw trolley and which platform it should be unloaded onto. The operator teaches the robot for the first slab, enters the number of slabs to be handled and the robot then begins operating automatically. If these slabs have cracks and areas of voids that lead to robot not being able to vacuum, then the operator... ... More »

Completion of a new Resin Line in Amasya

10/08/2018 ION Machines have recently installed a resinline with double oven towers in Amasya for Emmioglu Mermer, one of the leading marble excavation and processing firms of Turkey. This system processes 30 slabs/hour one side, or 15 slabs/hour two sides. In addition to various conveyors, lifts and a slab rotating unit, the systems includes the following machines:  - AhtapotH automatic loading & unloading robot, - Vatoz automatic unloading robot, - 30+30 cyclic... ... More »

Installation of oven system

01/04/2018 ION Machines have recently installed a resinline with single oven tower in Isparta. This system processes 15 slabs/hour one side, or 10 slabs/hour two sides. In addition to various conveyors, lifts and a slab rotating unit, the systems includes the following machines:  - AhtapotH automatic loading & unloading robot, - Vatoz automatic unloading robot, - 30+30 cyclic oven tower, -  S lab storage unit.  ... More »