This machine tests, forms and sorts 1800 LEDs an hour into 5 pass grades and fail. The machine feeds the untested LEDs from a Grimm bowl feeder and linear track into our custom testing transfer mechanism. Each infrared LED is tested for brightness and assuming is meets the pass grade is formed before being put into its corresponding graded bin, on the carousel below.
This machine is integrated with an Arburg Injection Moulding Machine and an Apex Robot to automatically remove the sprue from a pair of automotive mouldings and accurately apply a self-adhesive foam gasket. The part is now finished within the moulding cycle time and no further operations are needed.
This machine automatically feeds and orientates plastic roof studs for the automotive industry at a rate of 30 parts per minute. The roof studs are separated and placed in a series of grippers on a servo slide. A bead of adhesive is applied to the base of each part and checked with a vision system. The studs are picked 6 at a time by a robot and transferred to the vehicle roof.
This system automatically produces staples from band made with 250 wires at speeds of up to 320 parts per minute. Working closely with our colleagues at Rudolf Grauer AG in Switzerland we have designed and manufactured a number of systems for the handling and packing of No 10, 24/6, 26/6 and similar staples. The No 10 machine can pack up to 4800 cartons of staples each containing 1000 staples per hour, running 24 hours per day.