Streamline your Processes with Robotic Material Handling

12/14/2012
Our mission is to provide our clients with the most efficient assembly, test, and inspection elements possible using the latest technologies and capabilities for manufacturing your products. When it comes to designing, developing, and installing the automated manufacturing process that is the right solution for your company, you can rest easy knowing that the engineers at Micromatic have the knowledge, experience, and products needed to create the best possible system.

The first step involves collaboration between Micromatic’s engineers and your team to determine the parameters we will be working with. Some of the basics we will cover are factors such as feed rate, part orientation, and space restrictions. Once we have taken into consideration all of your unique operating characteristics, we can start to design your customized material handling solution.

We have previously helped clients implement solutions such as:
  • Conveying systems – integrating belts or rollers to move parts from one work station to another
  • Gantry systems – used to move parts to a rack or staging area where they are stored until needed in another assembly area
  • Robotic Assisted systems – fully automated stations where robotics perform tasks that demand high precision and tight tolerances, or in environments unfit for humans.
When it comes to creating top-notch inspection and verification processes, Micromatic has what you need. In order to make sure that your automation equipment is performing consistently and correctly every time, inspection and verification stations are configured in strategic locations in the manufacturing line. These stations utilize linear variable differential transformer (LVDT), vision, and air gauging to make certain everything is being processed exactly how it’s supposed to.

For additional information on our robotic material handling solutions, and how they can help streamline your processes, contact us today. We’ll gladly sit down with you and discuss your situation, and come up with a solution that works for you and your bottom line.