Basic Information about Automated Assembly Systems
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
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.