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The precision of metal product geometry is an essential requirement in every sector, from high-performance industries such as aerospace and automotive to consumer goods like fasteners and household items. Deburring is the process of removing burrs resulting from mechanical operations. The most common approach involves high-pressure water jets that remove “hanging” burrs. However, this method lacks regularity and precision on profiles, edges, seats, holes, chamfers, and other types of complex geometry, risking ergonomic issues, difficulties in mechanical coupling, insertion problems with bushings or gaskets, and aesthetic concerns.

As always, Triton responds to this growing market demand by integrating a range of robotized deburring machines with tools into its production.

Industry 4.0

Innovation that Opens the Doors to the Future

Our deburring machinery allows for the integration of this process into more complex washing operations, offering complete solutions that can be seamlessly integrated into workstations. In this way, deburring is conceived as a surface treatment phase within a washing system, decentralizing the facilities, achieving immediate finishing of the product, and saving both energy and production space.

Our robotized deburring machines with tools can process medium-to-small-sized pieces, where the robot manipulates the parts in front of a series of rotating spindles with fixed-position tools. They can also handle large-sized pieces, where the robot manipulates the rotating spindles with tools, retrieving them from a special warehouse thanks to a proprietary tool-changing system.

Our Proprietary System

Application Flexibility

The technology developed for the robot wrist can be applied to any brand of robot and used for pieces made of any metal (steel, cast iron, light alloys), plastic, glass, and composite materials.


Maximum Versatility

There are no limiting tubes for movements, and the robot can reach hard-to-access areas, performing deburring, high-pressure washing, and blowing tasks with precision.


One Robot, Multiple Functions

At the end of the robot’s axis 6, five compressed air utilities are conveyed, independently or in combination, along with one high-pressure liquid utility up to 500 Bar, made available by a special rotating distributor housed in the robot’s hollow wrist.


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Use our contact form to explain what you need so that we can provide you with initial consultation and start a shared project that will completely change the way you carry out surface treatments of industrial products.

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