Our People

At ASA, our people are undoubtedly our greatest asset. Through a highly rigorous selection process, we have brought together a team with decades of experience in robotic applications, both here and abroad.

Pat Green, Director

Our Applications

Machine Tool Tending

In today’s robotics market, there are a wide range of standard and collaborative robots available for machine tending, depending of the nature of the application. Common machine tending applications include lathe and milling machine load and unload, moulding machine top loading, and press tending. The fundamental common design concept in these applications is to maximise…

Deburring and Polishing

Whether you are cutting, grinding, deburring, deflashing, polishing, waterjet cutting or routering, occupational health and safety risks are inherent in manual operations because of sharp edges, the potential for damage to hearing, and material being slung into an operator’s eye. A robotic solution reduces this risk, whilst resolving complex motion and positioning requirements, as well…

Shot Blasting and Peening

The process of shot blasting and peening is inherently very noisy and dirty. When the shot blasting is being conducted by a person standing in a blast chamber, there is the additional and significant risk of eye injury. Robotic shot blasting can make your business more competitive by reducing operating costs and those risks associated…

Paint Finishing

A robotic painting and coating solution can provide a wide range of advantages to manufacturers of all shapes and sizes. A well-engineered system is capable of increasing finishing quality, whilst delivering higher product speeds and productivity. In parallel, the reduction in waste at the point source of origin drives down operating costs (in many cases…

Materials Handling Applications

Whether your application is pick and place, palletising, packaging, part transfer or assembly, the development of a robotic solution offers significant benefits in almost any industry that is operating at high levels of throughput. Materials handling robots eliminate health and safety risks that arise from picking and placing products repetitively. They are also proven tools…

Plastics Painting

Plastics painting has become an incredibly competitive market space, where small batch painting, and just in time delivery are paramount to a company’s ongoing success. The term “innovate or evaporate” is commonly used across the industry, where manufacturers can’t afford to waste paint through poor transfer efficiency. Using electrostatics, rotary atomisers (or bells are they…

Fibreglass Coating

The compounding impact of increasing environmental regulations, rising material costs, and pressure to innovate are driving boat, swimming pool, and shower stall manufacturers to turn to robotic solutions for fibreglass and gel coat applications within the composite sector. The gains in product quality and reliability, material savings and wastage, labour savings, improved cycle times, increased…

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