Exechon Enterprises L.L.C is a Joint venture between Tecgrant AB (formerly Exechon AB), a Sweden based technology company and Abu Dhabi based Injaz National.
Exechon is committed to providing the most advanced Parallel Kinematic Machine technology capable of transforming manufacturing processes and adapting to integrated factory workflows.
Our patented technology is designed to provide full turnkey solutions, allowing our customers to leverage an advanced manufacturing platform that meets their future needs and requirements.
Exechon’s mission is to introduce game changing technology in manufacturing processes by deploying a modular, high precision machine tool robot capable of machining complex parts and lowering costs in a modern manufacturing environment. Exechon aspires to be a market leader in providing innovative, high dynamic and accurate machines enabling businesses to automate and maximize profitability thus enabling the advent of Industry 4.0 within the region.
The Exechon PKM (Parallel Kinematics Machine) technology is invented by Exechon AB of Sweden and is patented with the PCT as class A invention. The technology made significant breakthrough in machine rigidity, functionality and user friendliness for the PKM. It also broke critical bottlenecks for PKM development and for the first time made it practically possible for the PKM technology to be widely accepted and adopted in variety of manufacturing industries.
Also as creative and a breakthrough for the machine tool industry is that the Exechon PKM technology is promoted as an open technology platform for licensing. A manufacturing structure of a complete Exechon solution is illustrated below. As of this time, there have been a considerable number of enterprises licensing the technology for worldwide applications.
The PKM technology is positioned to meet increasing demand for flexible manufacturing, and the Exechon Enterprises joint venture introduces the new portable XMini light weight PKM system, with the capability to automate a number of currently manual manufacturing processes