Epur in the spotlight in the Dauphiné for its presentation of the Oakbot robot to Grand Arc high school students in Albertville.
Original article : https://www.ledauphine.com/education... 17/12/2021
The establishment is looking to acquire the Oakbot framing machine, to fully play its role of educating the professionals of tomorrow.
On Wednesday, the company Epur presented the students of Lycée Le Grand Arc and their teachers with its new Oakbot framing machine. A digital machine made available to the establishment until its open doors, Friday January 28 and Saturday January 29, and that the vocational school seeks to acquire to fully play its role of trainer of the professionals of tomorrow. Versatile, the Oakbot machine can perform complex assemblies, in the field as well as in the workshop; dovetails becoming child's play. "Made in France", it improves productivity with production times halved. Easy to use and intuitive, it works in a secure manner by allowing the user to stay away from the cutting tools throughout machining.
The high school could become a demonstration center, by making the link between this innovative digital technology and the small and medium-sized businesses that are partners of the establishment. In the meantime, a second presentation will take place during the school's open house at the end of January. This will be an opportunity for Le Grand Arc to put the Epur company in touch with the local companies which participate in the training of its students.
Original article published in the Dauphiné 12/17/2021