The RoboBox is a universal solution for many tasks and various materials. In post-processing injection moulding processes, such as deburring, in model construction or woodworking, for example. New possibilities include unrestricted access to the component without having to turn it over, as well as expanding the robot's working area through the use of external linear or rotary axes, which can be used simultaneously or indexed. All this saves the user a lot of time through the fast turnaround times to the finished component. As a machining cell, robot and machining room form a unit. It combines a 6-axis articulated arm robot by Stäubli in a closed production module with a 7.5 kW strong, water-cooled milling spindle. A slotted table ensures the precise fixing of the components. A zero-point clamping system or a round table can also be used. Eight tool positions are available as standard for different machining tasks, from which the system can automatically take the desired tools without re-clamping. The tool changer can of course be expanded if the task requires it.The closed machining room is fitted with manual chipping extraction. Extraction can be automated if desired. Milling is the standard task for the RoboBox. But other finishes and post-processing options are also possible. When switching tasks, the robot in the RoboBox fetches another tool from the tool magazine. The RoboBox machining cell robot does not have to be conventionally taught. All kinematic movements are offline programmed before starting work. All the robot's movements are visually recorded as kinematics through simulation and optimised, and then loaded onto the machining cell's hard disk before work begins. Unlike teaching a conventional robot, no original or reference model is required here.