Medical devices must be consistent and made to the highest possible standard. Anything less would result in a misreading or potential death. Because of COVID-19, medical equipment and PPE are in short supply. Automated assembly machines are designed to close that gap.
Companies can solve the mask shortage problems with carefully designed automated assembly machinery. Systems can put out up to 100 masks per minute, and systems can fit within a 20-foot shipping container. Systems are built with an integrated air-conditioning system that contains purifying filters. This makes production possible in all environments, including high-risk areas. When properly programmed and the system has enough raw materials, they can run autonomously. When you partner with Norwalt, we can build state of the art, continuous motion assembly machines.
Adhesive-backed medical devices are created with automated assembly machines to help ensure quality and quantity. Typically, the pressure-sensitive adhesive is produced on a reel. Pins help accurately position adhesives throughout the assembly. Vision systems are installed to check for defective products. The system also uses vibratory bowls to feed plastic parts into the automated assembly machines. Materials then go through a pick-and-place unity that can pick up to eight parts at once. The machine transfers parts across a corona treatment that is designed to improve adhesion. Vision systems are also used to eliminate errors. Once the material passes inspection, the tape is cut into sheets.
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