CFM Robotics

With over 20 years of design and manufacturing of robotic cells and custom automated machines, CFM Robotics holds and continues to develop huge technological background renowned on the foreground of automation.

Formerly oriented more towards the “custom”, CFM initiated in 2006 a strategic shift towards the production of standard robotic cells covering the needs of a multitude of industrial applications. These standard cells are the result of experience gained over the years on more than 400 unique projects provided to our customers. Visit our product section for more information on our standard products.

The company is privileged to count among its people resources with valuable human qualities in addition to their great technical qualities. Respect, pleasure, rigor, creativity are some examples of these obvious qualities on a daily base.
All steps of a project from design through startup, including manufacturing and assembly are performed in-house insuring a better control of timelines and speeding up adjustments in testing phase before delivery.

The overall approach of CFM Robotics is to create and maintain lasting relationships with customers, business partners and suppliers. We believe the long-term health of the business involves the health of these business ties.

Some applications familiar to us, to stimulate your thinking :

  • Exiting and handling parts in plastic injection molding presses
  • Camera inspection for quality control or for part positioning in 2D-3D space
  • Complete IML technology, label positioning within the molds, inspection
  • Welding of steel, aluminum, stainless steel…
  • Metal Insert installation on cast plastic parts using heat induction
  • Ergonomics and safety
  • Assemblies of all kinds
  • Ultrasonic cutting for plastic and/or rubber parts
  • Plastic laser cutting
  • Installation of liquid adhesives, gaskets, double-face adhesive tapes…
  • Packing, stacking, sorting…

If you have an automation project in mind, contact us to discuss about the possibilities with one of our representatives.

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