Kick-off: Trinity DIH support for next generation RoboBend XL

RoboBend gets support to develop a next generation RoboBend XL robot to work with pieces up to 1.5 meters

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Factobotics is pleased to announce the kick-off of a new project by our spin-off team of RoboBend ApS and partners at bcm transtech and Robot Nordic as well as funding and support from EU Project Trinity. We are going to develop a next generation RoboBend XL solution for bigger metal pieces. Our robot will be able to work faster, with longer (up to 1,5 meters) pieces and it will also have an even easier robot programming software for anyone to use.

RoboBend will be made more attractive to companies with smaller batch sizes also and will prove to be an excellent business case for any bending company out there.

Read more about our solution: http://www.robobend.dk/

See a demo video of RoboBend in action HERE.


We are excited to be in partnership with bcm transtech and Robot Nordic, and support from Trinity DIH to be able to develop a next generation RoboBend XL. It will greatly increase flexibility, it will be even easier to programme and use, and most importantly, our robot will make an excellent business case for small batch production companies.Thomas Ronlev, CEO of RoboBend ApS


This project has indirectly received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, via an Open Call issued and executed under project TRINITY (grant agreement No 825196).