Successful partnerships bring benefits to all the contractors involved, thanks to the sharing of all the technical know-how and other skills. K.L.A.IN.robotics, leader in the distribution of robots for the Factory Automation and Mechatronic components on the Italian market, has always believed in collaborations.

One of them was established with DECA, company specialized in the creation of industrial vibrators and enslavement systems. This partnership has been going on for over 10 years and it has led to the creation of high-performance systems, reliable and customizable.

Versatility, therefore, in creating machinery that can operate efficiently on different items and details, rapidly changing the formats of the products to process and, at the same time, the ability to serve the most varied sectors, from cosmetics to automotive.


“Our collaboration with K.L.A.IN.robotics started in 2010, when we built our first vision system. Since then, we have come a long way and so far, this partnership has given us positive results in every respect: from the quality of the proposed solutions, to the availability of technical and design assistance, up to the fast service”, Andrea De Capitani, CEO of DECA.

“Our desire is to fulfill the most particular and complex customer requests, facing the difficulties and being able to go beyond them, where others struggled to reach. With the help of K.L.A.IN.robotics we can state that we have achieved the goal”.

K.L.A.IN.robotics also provides technical advice and support, thus managing to select and propose the most beneficial and efficient products. The fruit of all this work is Robhofeed, the robotic enslavement machine designed for the customer Sorini & Migliavacca, international leader in the production of brushes and applicators in the cosmetic packaging sector.

The plant can process products that could not be handled with traditional systems, providing unprecedented versatility on various details, ensuring the possibility of having an instant format change, manageable and programmable from the panel.

Robhofeed therefore offers unoriented gripping solutions, removing any joints or machine downtimes, by the use of anthropomorphic or SCARA robots, guided by a vision system able to perfectly coordinate the robotic gripping.