Here are some more photos.
What cad-cam need to be done a work like this except a 7 axis robot (7 axis is the rotary table)?
Can a standard kuka for example kr210 with krc2 do this job ?
A KRC2 with KR210 and an added rotary 7th axis can probably do this. But you will still need a CAM toolchain that properly simulates robot motion, and outputs KRL code, or add the KUKA-CNC option package to the KRC2 (possibility depends on KSS version) to let the robot parse "vanilla" G-Code.
Your final milling results will depend greatly on the robot calibration, 7th axis calibration, avoiding large wrist motions, and minimizing the milling forces as much as possible.