The modular, flexible automation cell is suitable for a wide range of applications. It can be expanded as required and, depending on its size, can also be moved with a pallet truck.
The sawing station is used to cut sprues and overflow of moulded parts.
Plastic parts are reworked in the drilling station.
The transfer system for workpiece carriers sets new performance standards. The use of servos enables higher change speeds and jerk-free positioning. The modular system is expandable and can be used as required.
Bulk goods such as pins, screws or sockets are separated in the preparation unit and placed in the correct position for assembly.
Electrical components are separated from the carrier belt, straightened and assembled fully automatically.
In a thermoelectric process, resistance welding or laser welding of components takes place.
In order to separate media reliably, the ultrasonic welding process ensures that membranes are separated, shaped and sealed.
Contact pins and/or lead frames are pressed into moulded parts to produce electromechanical components.
Safe, damage-free installation of O-rings or seals takes place in the seal assembly station.
A tray exchange unit is manually loaded with trays. These are separated in order to fill them with a handling device or robot. Finally, the trays are stacked up and can be removed. For a fully automated process, the parts are stored and buffered in trays.