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1. Feeding systems

Consumables which are required for the application of the manual workstation can be supplied via various feeding systems. Individual parts can be supplied, for example, as executed by various conveyor belts, vibratory conveyors and spiral conveyors or screw feed systems. Special feeding systems will be implemented on customer request or as application-specific.

2. Assembly systems

Various system components enable a wide range of assembly processes. For example, manual manipulators, screwing systems with torque monitoring or manual lever presses are utilised. Semi-automatic process steps can also be implemented for manual workstations, always taking safety measures into consideration at all times.

3. Material supply

Adjustable handle shells and material storage positions provide efficient as well as ergonomic accessibility. Mobile material provision and supply in the form of aluminium profile trolleys enable flexible workstation design and provide space for different activities. An individual Pick by Light system provides a guided work process, minimises the error rate and improves the work flow.

4. Testing technology

Quality inspections for manually-guided processes are implemented by utilising various testing and inspection techniques such as force-displacement measurements, optical image processing systems or tactile inspection systems. In combination with a system for tracking the results as well as traceability, all results of the test procedures can be saved in a special database.

5. Special application

If the design structure of a normal manual workstation is not sufficient for the required application, then our special applications can come into play. For example, due to the most modern 3D contour recordings, large components (> 2,000 mm) can be recorded in a position-oriented manner and processed accordingly. A modular, as well as flexible extension of special applications, is also an integral part of these applications.

Manual workstations

The modular design structure of our manual workstations provides a wide range of applications as well as a broad spectrum of tasks. Assembly sequences, which involve a large number of work steps, can be implemented linking several manual workstations together.

Feeding systems

Consumables which are required for the application of the manual workstation can be supplied via various feeding systems. Individual parts can be supplied, for example, as executed by various conveyor belts, vibratory conveyors and spiral conveyors or screw feed systems. Special feeding systems will be implemented on customer request or as application-specific.

Assembly systems

Various system components enable a wide range of assembly processes. For example, manual manipulators, screwing systems with torque monitoring or manual lever presses are utilised. Semi-automatic process steps can also be implemented for manual workstations, always taking safety measures into consideration at all times.

Material supply

Adjustable handle shells and material storage positions provide efficient as well as ergonomic accessibility. Mobile material provision and supply in the form of aluminium profile trolleys enable flexible workstation design and provide space for different activities. An individual Pick by Light system provides a guided work process, minimises the error rate and improves the work flow.

Testing technology

Quality inspections for manually-guided processes are implemented by utilising various testing and inspection techniques such as force-displacement measurements, optical image processing systems or tactile inspection systems. In combination with a system for tracking the results as well as traceability, all results of the test procedures can be saved in a special database.

Special application

If the design structure of a normal manual workstation is not sufficient for the required application, then our special applications can come into play. For example, due to the most modern 3D contour recordings, large components (> 2,000 mm) can be recorded in a position-oriented manner and processed accordingly. A modular, as well as flexible extension of special applications, is also an integral part of these applications.