Assembly Solutions Since 1964
Two Operators working face to face on a hose assembly
station assists operators that are constructing automotive fuel lines.
The operator loads a preformed hose, fittings, and clamps into
the fixturing. Pneumatic clamping holds the hose as a slide
pushes the hose over a hose barb
fitting. There is a shared screw gun that applies a preset torque
to the hose clamps
holding the assembly together. The gun is mounted from a tool
balancer hanging on an over head free float X Y carriage
to allow both operators easy access. Mounting clamps are then
location by an air cylinder performing a crimp
operation just before the fixture is unclamped, allowing the operator
the completed part and start the process over again.
Fully automatic valve assembly machine
multi station assembly machine is truly a fully
automatic assembly system. Operators
simply fill the machine's bulk feeders and exchange the container that
the completed product. An indexer is
utilized to pass the fixtures under each feeder.
The components are inserted and verified by
fiber optics and digital indicators before the final assembly is
deposited into the completed parts container.
Each step is verified and any part that fails an inspection is
and rejected at the end of the process in a containment area separate
finished goods. Multiple product types
can quickly be ran with minimal changeover between runs.
971 Division Street
Adrian, Michigan 49221
(517) 265-2741 Voice