Automated Assembly Machines
Norwalt machines assemble from two to ten or more components and may incorporate additional functions, such as:
- Leak testing
- Induction welding
- Conduction welding
- Ultrasonic welding
- Lining and vision systems
- Vision Inspection
- Heat Sealing
They are also available in both continuous motion and indexing versions.
Rotary Turret Continuous Motion assembly machines can:
- Assemble at speeds up to 1,200 parts per minute
- Unparalleled accuracy during production
- Parts are made quickly
- Made to the same tight standard
- Parts are safer during production because there is less human handling and feeding
Can run from speeds of 15-250ppm
Allows for long cycle items such as welding, filling.
Allows for intricate assemblies that require manipulation
Typical Rotary Continuous Motion Machine
Your company’s automated assembly machines must perform tasks that are highly specific to your company’s unique needs – no two assembly solutions are ever exactly the same, which is why we will ensure that your industrial equipment will be custom designed to suit your specific needs to a ‘tee’.
For more information about our Automated Assembling Systems please contact us.
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