Rotary assembly machines allow for minimal operators to be present while the machine is running. The systems enable simultaneous assembly that is mixed with testing processes. In all, custom automated assembly machinery is incredibly reliable and efficient at producing products without the need for multiple machines. If you are serious about improving efficiency and streamlining your production process, you should not hesitate to reach out to Norwalt.
Rotary assembly machines are used to manufacture parts, but they also test products within the same system. Benefits of these machines include:
- Reduced cycle time
- Multiple stations available
- Small footprint
- Various assembly and test processes
Rotary assembly machines must be adaptable to meet the growing demands of modern business. Common processes include:
- Bowl feeding
- Sealant application
- Laser marking
Multiple testing stations can be set up to ensure high-quality parts are consistently made. Our automated assembly machinery allows for:
- Communication testing
- Voltage and current tests
- Leak testing
- Flow testing
- Insertion force testing
Automated Assembly Machinery
Fully automatic systems can have throughput of roughly 400 parts per minute. Once finished, parts are unloaded onto a conveyor system for either automatic or manual handling and packing. Businesses that utilize both rotary assembly and test machines have advantages over other companies. For more information on designing automated assembly machinery you should not hesitate to give Norwalt a call.
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