How can you achieve maximum process optimization and maximum effectiveness, in short, lean production?
By perfectly coordinating all your processes and ensuring that all workflows interact seamlessly – because any redundant and jamming processes cost both time and money.
This is where we come in: esmo automation, your specialist and partner for the development, construction, production, and integration of intertwining and interrelated plant components – all from one single source.
esmo automation offers you, as a plant operator, a full-service package: together with you we will develop a plant concept precisely tailored to your requirements, which we will implement in the next step in a consistently transparent project process. Of course, we will be pleased to remain at your side as your partner even after the transfer and commissioning of your plant, and will take care of all maintenance and service aspects. This way, we will always be available to you for any technical questions, queries and/or service concerns you may have, and remain your single point of contact in international projects as well.
esmo automation combines all skills and competencies required for the implementation of your plant concept under one roof: system integrators, automation technology and vision system experts as well as highly qualified assembly specialists, with a comprehensive knowledge of and experience in most various system types and manufacturers, closely work together in our in-house network. This provides us with a wide range of options out of which we develop and realize a technologically refined automation solution, precisely tailored to your requirements, with the shortest possible coordination and decision-making channels.
On the basis of our requirements analysis, we will determine the individual process steps, and consequently develop suitable technical components. These plant components will then be joined, adapted, and optimized. To complete the plant, it will furthermore be furnished with automation technology as well as a control and monitoring concept. It goes without saying that aspects such as a conscious approach to and use of (natural) resources, disposal, and occupational safety are taken into account in all our conceptual plant designs. Our objective: the realization of a plant, precisely tailored to your requirements and demands for maximum process optimization and effectiveness.
- conveyor belts, haulage roads
- linear conveyors, step conveyors/step feeders
- vibratory bowls, vibration conveyors/vibration feeders
- rotary tables
- robotics, industrial robots, 6-axis robots, SCARA robots (Stäubli, Denso, Universal Robot etc.)
- portal systems (2-, 3-, and multi-axis portal systems)
- individual positioning axes with electrical or pneumatic actuators
- optical inspection
- quality testing, quality assurance
- camera inspection systems, vision systems (Cognex, Keyence)
- laser scanner, IR scanner (SICK)
- laser marking, laser labelling/laser marking (bar codes, data matrix codes, QR codes etc.)
Component positioning and assembly
- welding with IR lasers
- glueing with dosage systems
Control technology and sensor technology
- PLC control system (Siemens, Panasonic, Rockwell)
- PC-based control (Beckhoff etc.)
- centralized control system structure and/or decentralized control system structure
- CAN bus connection, Ethernet connection
- remote maintenance
Individually automated custom machine for demoulding, quality control, and packaging of sensitive moulded parts.
Modularly built system for the assembly and visual inspection of reversing sensors for motor vehicles.
Custom machine for separating deep-drawn plastic parts, and making them available for subsequent filling.
Configure smartly with our modular system for automated work steps.
Our innovative cell module system offers you an ideal combination of standardization and individualization.
In short: maximum efficiency and flexibility at an excellent price/performance factor.
What particular advantage does plant engineering have for my company?
With the automation of consecutive and in some cases even complex processes in the handling of parts/components, you will achieve maximum efficiency, highest quality, and best profitability at the lowest possible risk of personal injury and equipment damage.
Which processes can be automated in plant engineering?
Typical processes that can be automated are, for example, transport, handling, positioning, assembly, quality inspection/assurance procedures, sorting, and packaging of smallest to large parts/components.
Is it possible to expand a plant project, if necessary and/or can it be integrated into an existing plant?
Plants are always planned according to customer specifications, and can therefore be expanded as required, or designed and realized as system integration solutions.
Which technologies are applied in plant engineering?
With the application of automation technology, processes can be optimized in the best possible way. The technologies employed include control and drive engineering, robotics, industrial image processing and laser marking.
How quickly can a plant engineering project be realized?
The project period essentially depends on the complexity of the individual tasks. The project process includes the conceptual design, project planning, design engineering, assembly, and last but not least, the commissioning at your site.