MICADO INSIGHTS - 2 minutes to present our company
Have a look behind the scenes of MICADO and get to know the company within two minutes.
Smart automation for Tyrolean SMEs
Austria's leading manufacturer of expansion vessels - Anton Eder GmbH - trusts in the know-how of MICADO. This project impressively proves that automation technology has now also arrived at SME companies.
Automation instead of globalization
The current situation will give a strong boost to automation. In order to meet these challenges MICADO as a competent and experienced automation partner is at your disposal at any time.
World's first "ALLINONE" holding fixture
MICADO builds the world's first "ALLINONE" clamping device for an Irish aircraft manufacturer. Active and passive adjustable vacuum actuators combined with conventional hard tools.
MICADO digitizes the distillation of natural oils
Revolutionary Industrie 4.0 application at Brüder Unterweger GmbH.
REVO - The revolution in climbing sports
WILD COUNTRY launches the first fully automatic belay device. The innovation was developed in close partnership with SALEWA and MICADO.
Rear spoiler inspection jig
Development and design of an inspection jig for a rear spoiler.
Universal holding fixture - HEDGEHOG
The universal holding fixture clamps 24 different flap track fairings for the reworking process on the new Airbus A350.
ATOMIC makes ski-cores on robot systems of MICADO
ATOMIC manufactures its ski-cores on MICADO robotic systems at its headquarters in Salzburg / Altenmarkt.
Assembly line for electric limited slip differential
Conception and manufacturing of an assembly line for electronic locking differentials.
Universal holding fixture - OCTOPUS
The 8.5 x 1.5 m clamping fixture includes 80 servo axes, which allow the clamping of 22 different components. The components (inboard flaps), which are made of carbon fibre, will be used on the new Airbus A350-900.
Universal holding fixture - STONEHENGE
A completely new design concept enables the universal and fast clamping of large aircraft components for the reworking process.
Robot technology experienced firsthand
Hands-on robots were available at the Long Night of Research at the Technology Campus Lienz.