Our robotic engineers and programmers have something like a combined 50 years worth of experience in the robotics, mechatronics and automation field. We have worked on many control systems and programmed many robots. If you need consultation, install or programming just let us know.
Kingscliff Industrial automation using robots are well known great solutions to automating machining, welding, assembly, painting, packaging and palletising.
We also have extensive experience with computer and machine vision, so can also help with an industrial vision system solution for tasks such as object recognition, part inspection and defect detection.
We have worked on a number of manipulators such as ABB, Kuka, Omron, Universal Robots (UR), ScorBot and Barrett's WAM®.
Kingscliff is a seaside town just south of Tweed Heads on the far North Coast of New South Wales, Australia in Tweed Shire Council.
Kingscliff, with a population of just over 4000, is a beach community offering a variety of holiday accommodations. Together with the villages of Chinderah and Fingal, it is a tourist destination that provides beach and estuary access for swimming, surfing, fishing and water sports.
Its main street, Marine Parade, is flooded with cafes, shops, accommodation and directly across from Kingscliff beach and creek. It attracts many holiday weekenders down from the Gold Coast with its calm relaxing atmosphere.
Just 'south of the border', Kingscliff is becoming a popular destination for Queenslanders wanting a great meal or a good coffee on a day out, as well as a holiday destination for families from all over the region and interstate.
With some good street landscaping and plenty of excellent cafes and restaurants just across the road from the main beach, Kingscliff is also becoming a foodie destination. In the heart of good farming and fishing regions, the fresh produce is not all headed to city markets, and locals and visitors enjoy the emerging regional cuisine. There are also plenty of shaded areas for family picnics.
Kingscliff is also an easy drive to the Gold Coast and the theme parks, as well as the natural beauty of Mount Warning and the World Heritage National Parks nearby. Pleasure and fishing cruises are available along the Tweed River, and river and beach fishing is another popular pastime. Surfers and swimmers enjoy the beautiful beaches which originally attracted the early settlers, who used the area for holiday recreation from their nearby farms.