An automated assembly system is created with the help of automated and mechanized devices that all perform various processes in creating a single item/product. Mechanical systems are typically designed to perform fixed repetitive motions, like the fixed sequences needed for assembling parts and products.
Automation is a big part of how major industries manufacture their goods. Not all companies benefit from large-scale automation. Consider adding these machines to your factory if:
- High production rates are required
- Stable and continuous product design is neccessary
- Assembly of your products is comprised of limited components
- The product you are developing is appropriate for automation
We design custom systems based on the individual needs of our customers. Typically, models are built with a particular type of system configuration. Four traditional configurations are:
- Single-station assembly cell
- Carousel assembly system
- Inline assembly system
- Dial indexing machine
Automated Assembly Systems
For detailed information regarding the difference between the above four configurations, please give one of our experienced engineers a call. We can help you determine between multi-station and single-station systems.
Consider the benefits of automating assembly processes in your factory and then call us for help in building custom automated assembly systems.
- Designing Automated Assembly Machines: PT 1 Will your system need to make a variety of products or just one? We build machines that allow customers to produce variants of similar products. We can help you design automated assembly machines based on your exact needs. We even add in leak testing to ensure optimal quality control for final parts.
- Designing Automated Assembly Machines: PT 2
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- The Most Important Part of Designing Automated Assembly Systems
- Outside Factors to Consider when Designing Automated Assembly Systems