Cambridge Precision is investing two million pounds in robotic technology

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Cambridge Precision Ltd has invested in robotic technology that will boost production and improve working conditions for its engineers.

The firm, which was founded in 1994, has integrated a pair of cutting-edge Doosan collaborative robots, or cobots, from distributor Mills CNC to create an automated manufacturing cell. 

The new cobots remove the repetitive tasks involved in the high-precision production process, enabling Cambridge Precision’s team of skilled engineers to focus on the more complex elements of manufacturing and assembly

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