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Cefla installs iBotic at U.S. testing location

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Cefla North America has installed an advanced robotic spray machine, known as the iBotic, in its finishing laboratory in Charlotte, N.C.

The iBotic is a cartesian spraying robot with a choice of one or two spraying arms that facilitates high production volumes and an ultra-high quality finish, according to the company.

“It’s dedicated edge gun ensures accurate and thorough spray coverage onto the sides of flat, 3D, and other parts with complex trajectories. Capable of spraying paint or adhesive glue onto a variety of substrates, including wood, wood derivatives, metal, ceramics, glass, fiber glass and plastic, the iBotic is extremely versatile. Applications include raised and flat panels, 3D parts, flat and raised doors, indoor and outdoor furniture, automotive components, metal sheets, concrete slabs, home furnishings, aerospace components, automotive components, and much more,” the company said in a statement.

For more, visit ceflafinishing.com.

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