­čÄÖ´ŞĆ David Garc├şa, Manager of CastelOmega, shares his experience in the RME project:

He explains that they founded Castel Omega in the year 2000 to address the market’s need for the repair of servomotors and synchronousmotors. They specialize in electronically upgrading outdated machines, adapting them to new technology while preserving the original mechanics. ­čĽ░´ŞĆ­čŤá´ŞĆ

“We mainly work in the automotive, aerospace, construction, furniture manufacturing, marble, and other sectors, highlighting collaborations with brands such as Airbus, Seat, Volkswagen, and Aciturri ­čÜŚ­čÜÇ

Regarding the duration of the repair of the SW-BAS03 machining center, David mentions that it took approximately a year due to semiconductor supply issues, exacerbated by the post-pandemic situation. Under normal conditions, they estimate it could take around 6 months. ÔĆ│­čŽá

The results of the RME project show improvements in precision and quality of machining, increased productivity, flexibility, reduced downtime, energy efficiency, and extended machinery lifespan. They also mention the implementation of innovations, such as an adaptive machining system. ­čôŐ­čĺí

The importance of CastelOmega in the circular economy is highlighted, as they refurbish and adapt obsolete components, avoiding the need to purchase new machines. ­čöä­čîÄ­čĺ¬

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