Robotics and automation -
Rea Robotics S.r.l.
The REA group has been working within the national industrial framework for over 30 years, starting as technological partners of the first European robot manufacturers, first in the traditional welding sector, to move then to all the other General Industry fields: from automotive to foundry, household appliances and so on, to the current interests, which include the plastic and glass industries.
Today REA has a staff of 50 employees capable of dealing with the main areas of a modern robotic automation company, giving particular attention to Research & Development, advanced design, technical plant maintenance and after-sale service engineers with proven sector experience.
Our mission is to always guarantee the highest quality levels, the most innovative products and the most accurate service, thanks to technological innovations and returns on investments in a short time.
The special attention of our marketing activities to the international markets, it leads us to reach a well targeted customer base, and to focus to the repetition of successful plants that can be replicated in the most advanced sectors.
FOUNDRY automation means improvement of safety in the workplace and the quality of the production processes.
Long-term and component quality consistency. Use of advanced systems for the replacement of manpower in the most demanding applications in terms of weights and repetitive strain movements… or in complicated applications, like precise defect control.
REA has extensive experience and knowledge of the sector, and is capable of integrating the advanced technologies developed with the processes of the customers:
Aluminum: die-casting, cast, deburring, bracket boring.
Cast iron: deburring, bracket boring, core handling.
Steel: deburring, hot forming, core handling.
By acting early and investing constantly in research and development, Rea has been able to develop innovative solutions for the following:
Bin Picking, using 3D scanners and planning of safe handling routes.
Quality control, with 3D and 2D scanning.
Adaptive deburring, using laser measurement sensors with adaptive process compensation.