MAGMA Unveils Advanced Rotor Facility

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MAGMA recently launched a fully automated rotor manufacturing plant, setting a new industry standard with an annual production capacity exceeding 25 million brake rotors. This facility is at the forefront of technology, leveraging automated robotics and cutting-edge AI inspection techniques to ensure the production of unparalleled quality brake discs. MAGMA Brakes’ commitment to innovation is evident in its use of sophisticated machinery and artificial intelligence to enhance both efficiency and product quality, guaranteeing components that perfectly align with original equipment (OE) specifications in terms of form, fit, and function.

A notable aspect of MAGMA’s strategy includes a partnership with FANUC Corporation, reflecting their dedication to employing advanced robotics in manufacturing. The company also boasts an in-house programming and development team, emphasizing its autonomy in creating collaborative production cells that are designed for autonomous operation. This approach facilitates continuous improvements in both processes and products, demonstrating MAGMA’s commitment to excellence and innovation in the brake manufacturing industry.

About MAGMA: For nearly two decades, MAGMA Brakes has been a pivotal supplier in the brake component sector, providing an extensive range of products including brake pads, rotors, shoes, and drums. Their reputation is built on the foundation of a highly experienced team comprising industry veterans from various sectors such as Research & Design, Product Management, and Engineering, among others. This collective expertise, described as a “Dream Team,” ensures that MAGMA’s products are reliable and effective, reflecting centuries of combined experience in brake technology. The company prides itself on being a trusted partner to many leading friction and rotor brands globally, underscoring its role as a key player behind the scenes in the brake manufacturing industry.

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