Proving Out the Right Manufacturing Technology: A Step-by-Step Guide
Do you want to make sure your manufacturing operations are well-suited for scalable production? Are you looking for ways to improve scalability, cost, and performance? Join us for an interactive discussion that will provide step-by-step guidance on how to prove out the right manufacturing technology.
Plastic welding, staking, and assembly equipment
From fully automated assembly lines to standalone custom machines, we provide solutions that meet your needs and we have the plastics joining expertise to make sure it is done right.
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Palletized Assembly Line
This palletized line has several stations with the ability to rotate the part for easier operator access. Empty pallets automatically return to the start of the line on the lower conveyor. It is able to run 2 different part versions because pallets that are not in use can be moved to the storage tier of the conveyor.
Universal Machine Base with Interchangeable Tool Packs
These example universal bases accept several different tool packs which perform various operations on different parts. They are also set up for pass-through operation with operator access from both sides of the machine.
The lower tool platen tilts toward the operator for ergonomic loading and unloading of large parts. During the machine cycle, the platen tilts to horizontal.
Rotary Dial with Robotic Load and Auto Screwdriving
This machine uses a rotary indexer to move the parts through each station. It loads several small LED boards onto the parts with a robot and automatically drives screws. It also performs nanoSTAKE and quality inspections.
Fully Automated Hot Plate Welder
Parts come into this welder automatically. Upper parts are loaded by a robot and lower parts are introduced by a conveyor. Then a mechanism lifts and locates the lower part for consistency. After welding, parts are automatically ejected for packing. With minimal changeover, 14 different part versions run through this machine.
Rate: Over 300 parts per hour
Fully Automated Assembly, Weld, Engrave, and Leak Test
Parts are automatically fed in on stacks of trays which allows operators to walk away for over an hour. Then the machine handles 6 parts at a time performing several operations: installing components, welding, engraving, and leak testing.
Rate: Over 1300 parts per hour
Fully Automated from Molding to Pack & Ship
The parts in this cell are never touched by an operator. They are automatically loaded from the molding machine, cooled, welded, tested, and engraved. Then the parts are automatically packaged and sent out on automated guided vehicles (AGV) for shipment. Additionally, for serviceability, each primary machine can be removed from the cell and operated manually while the automated cell continues to run.
- Hole Drilling
- Laser Cutting
- Robotic End of Arm Tooling (EOAT)
- Part Inspection
- Snap Assembly
- Clip/Nut Driving
- Hot Insert Installation
- Bushing Installation
- Grommet Installation
- Hot-Plate Welding
- IR Welding
- Laser Welding
- Ultrasonic Welding
- Spin Welding
- Hybrid Vibration Welding
- Leak Testing
- Electrical Testing
- Light Testing
- Vision Inspection
- Laser Engraving
- Pin Prick
- Dot Peen Matrix
- Hot Stamp
- Label Application
Welding an Automotive Rear Deck Lid
Ergo-Tilt Machine with InfraStake
Quick Tool Change
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