We are one of the leading suppliers in the field of machine tool automation. Our future is based on our highly qualified and committed employees. As a partner from the initial concept development of an automated system, through realisation and commissioning, to system maintenance, we are there as a contact partner for our customers. The range of gantry robots and robot cells enables us to offer comprehensive automation solutions with the greatest possible customer benefit and the highest level of quality.
Through the use of innovative developments, FRAI is able to meet the constantly growing customer-specific requirements with intelligent automation concepts. The combination of FRAI standard components and high-quality bought-in elements enables the production of flexible solutions, for very small batches up to highly productive series production.
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- Top training
- Renowned training workshop
- Preparation for LAP
- Bonuses for exceptional performance
- Possibility of being taken on after the apprenticeship
- Vivo-Card - employee card with many benefits
As a mechanical tool technician, you will learn how to machine various materials on a wide range of NC-controlled processing machines (milling machines, lathes, grinders, drills, etc.). You produce the production parts for our robots and assemble individual parts into assemblies. TIG and MAG welding* and the final assembly of our automation robots at our customers at home and abroad round off your field of activity.
*TIG welding: fusion welding process
MAG welding: metal welding with active gases
As an electrical technician, your main tasks include the installation, commissioning, maintenance and servicing of electrical machines, devices, company-specific installations and building technology systems. You search for and rectify faults and malfunctions in electrical machines and devices. After your apprenticeship, you will have the opportunity to be responsible for the electrical installation, commissioning and testing of robot systems at home and abroad.
As a machining technician you deal with the planning, production and machining of workpieces using a wide range of CNC-controlled machines (milling machines, lathes, grinders, drills, etc.). Everything from programming the CNC processing machines to quality control is part of your field of activity. Based on a drawing and a raw material, you produce, for example, production parts for our robots, which are then assembled in our company.