Automated Assembly Machines and the Medical Industry

Some of the most common medical devices produced by automated assembly systems include test cards, small gas canisters, sharps, and sensors. Many of the disposable medical devices that are used are made through automation. According to the Freedonia Group, the sale of medical disposables is expected to reach 49.3 billion dollars in 2019. Automated assembly systems allow manufacturers to meet the growing demand for these products while also ensuring the highest quality parts. It is nearly impossible to meet these demands without using high-speed assembly machines.

Automated Assembly Machines

Cam-driven systems are often used because they have many advantages for assembling smaller products at high volumes. The system is easy to run, reliable, and durable. A cam system provides users with controlled decelerations and accelerations. They also offer repeatable and exact positioning. Cam-driven systems provide high speed and load capacities with smooth motion. Needle-based devices are often made with these automated assembly systems. Our systems can process roughly 1,000 devices per minute while also accommodating for variation in length and gauge of needle.

High-speed assembly machines can be partially automated, which mixes manual and automatic stations. This is done to supply cost-effective and efficient solutions for our clients.

High-speed systems package contact lenses quickly and efficiently. Convery-based systems will use pucks and pallets to transport contacts from one station to another.

Automated Assembly Machines

We work with all our clients to understand their needs, and then we design systems to meet those needs. Our systems help to produce high-grade medical devices quickly.

Related Reading