Aritex and Loxin present a new anthropomorphic robot for aircraft assembly in France

Aritex and Loxin will be part of the Spanish Pavilion at the Paris Air Show international exhibition to be held from 15 to 21 June in Paris (France). The technology companies of the COMSA EMTE group are presenting an innovative anthropomorphic robot for industrial automation processes in the aeronautics sector.

Called the Automated Drilling Head (ADH), the robot allows the drilling and riveting of parts in a way that is fast, accurate and accessible. The company Airbus, the largest manufacturer of aircraft and aerospace equipment in the world, has been the first brand to acquire and put into operation in its production lines this latest technological development from Aritex and Loxin.

As premier global suppliers of assembly solutions, both companies work for brands that are market leaders in the automotive and aviation sectors, such as Airbus, Audi, Bombardier, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Porsche and Volkswagen, among others.

The Paris Air Show in France is one of the major international events of the aerospace industry in which companies from around the world present innovative products and the latest technological developments in the sector. Along with Aritex and Loxin, a dozen other Spanish brands and two regional clusters are participating.

Aritex y Loxin presentan en Francia un nuevo robot antropomórfico para el ensamblaje de aeronavesRobotic facilities from Loxin in Pamplona (Navarra, Spain)

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