As experts in the design and manufacturing of automated assembly machinery, Norwalt offers a comprehensive range of assembly solutions, from basic tasks such as gluing and stapling to intricate functions like riveting and clinching. Automation in assembly operations helps enhance efficiency, and we provide various machine types to ensure optimal performance.
Marking Solutions: In modern manufacturing, tracking components throughout production is often necessary. We offer marking systems, including laser, inkjet, and micro percussion options, that enable easy part identification and traceability within your assembly line.
Quality Assurance Through Testing: To ensure the final product meets all quality criteria, automated testing systems can be integrated into your assembly line. Our machines can perform everything from functional tests to noise detection during or after the assembly process.
Automated Leak Detection: Manual methods for detecting leaks can be inefficient for large-scale production. Norwalt’s leak detection systems can be embedded into your production line for high-speed and accurate leak detection, with little need for operator intervention.
Precision Welding Systems: The integrity and consistency of a weld are vital for product quality. Our automated welding machines use electronic weld process controllers to guarantee both, enabling solutions like multi-position hot plate welding.
Robotic Pick-and-Place: These systems simplify transferring components, taking them from feeders or conveyors and placing them into their respective positions on the assembly or packaging line.
Automated Inspection: Our inspection solutions offer touch-free checks on component dimensions, color, quality, etc., allowing for early detection of defects.
Efficient Palletizing: Whether it’s conveyors or robots, our palletizers automate moving and stacking heavy components, reducing the risk of employee injuries and saving time.
Depending on your business needs, Norwalt can help you set up:
- Fully Automated Lines: Where minimal human interaction is required, workers mainly monitor and replenish parts.
- Semi-Automated Lines: Human workers assist by loading parts or moving them from one automated station to the next.
- Lean Manufacturing Automation: Implementing only the automation solutions that yield the highest ROI.
- High-Throughput Automation: Utilizing advanced technologies to boost throughput speeds and reduce cycle times significantly.
Assembly Line System Structure
For an in-depth understanding of our assembly line systems, refer to our detailed graphics and hover over each section for additional information and imagery.
Custom Automation Equipment by Norwalt
We pride ourselves on delivering tailor-made, turnkey automation solutions. Our custom offerings range from specialized assembly machines to heat treatment, inspection, leak tests, machining, marking, packaging, robotic cells, test systems, and welding solutions.
Whether you need a full-fledged automated assembly line or a single semi-automatic machine, Norwalt has the expertise to make it happen, from conceptualizing and designing to fabricating and installing.