Assembly Automation Case Studies: Co-operating Robot Cell for the Textile Industry
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- Co-operating Robots
- Pallet Assembly System for Automotive Glovebox Latch
- Pallet Assembly System for Metal Pressed Parts
- Laser Marking & Verification System
- Lead Pot Robotic Handling System
- Automotive Plug Feed & Check System
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- Hot Insert, Cold Insert & Seal Assembly/Check System
- Robotic Handling & Leak Test Cell
- Robotic Weld & Fabrication System
- SCARA Robot cell for Automatic Assembly of a Small Electrical Handset
- Semi-Automatic Assembly System for Automotive Radiators
- Cylinder Head Cover Clean, Assemble and Test Suite
- Automotive Hinge Assembly & Test System
Client: Leading Textile Company
Part: High volume Clothing Items
Machine supplied: Twin Robot cell for automatic handling, gluing and curing.
Overview: This system was designed and manufactured in order to give the customer the ability to automatically produce parts that were previously labour intensive within their production environment. TQC developed this system alongside the client who had developed the initial gluing and curing process.
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TQC have designed and manufactured a fully automatic robot cell for the gluing and curing of textile items. The system incorporates two manual load and unload stations that are needed due to the flexible and unstable nature of the parts along twin robots that perform the handling tasks necessary to complete the manufacturing process. Each Kawasaki 6-axis robot is used move product between the various process stations and to rotate the product directly underneath the glue nozzle and the IR lamps.
The robots co-operate with each other between stations for fast, efficient throughput of parts.
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