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Reference projects

 

Inspection system for axial bearings

In this project, esmo automation designed and realized a custom machine to automate the inspection process of axial bearings.

With high repeatability and optimum precision, the stand-alone automation cell inspects both sides of the bearing discs for surface defects, and then stacks them in magazines for the subsequent packaging process.

Our customer is a well-known, owner-managed company that has been based in Bavaria for 100 years now. As a fine blanking technology expert, the company specializes in chipless metal processing. Its worldwide customer base primarily comprises major industrial companies in the automotive, aircraft, and mechanical engineering sectors. Furthermore, international manufacturers of electronic, medical, and optical devices also avail themselves of the company's product portfolio.

In the respective inspection cell, consisting of a one-piece, stable frame with protective glazing, loading/unloading robots, a linear transport system and inspection cameras were integrated – loading/unloading takes place via magazines (output) or special receptacles for the bearing disc stacks (input) on two sides of the machine.

For this project, we integrated products/components of the following manufacturers among others …

control technology:
Siemens

image processing:
Chromasens

safety technology:
EUCHNER

pneumatics:
FESTO + Schunk

actuators:
Siemens

 

Assembly and inspection systems for reversing sensors

In this project, esmo automation designed and realized a system for the assembly and visual inspection of reversing sensors for motor vehicles.

Various sensor types are processed in one system, then packed into different trays and stacked. Depending on the respective sensor type, the cycle time per sensor will vary between 3.5 and 4.2 seconds.

The modularly built system consists of four assembled modules which are interconnected via a joint control system. A total of seven camera systems are used for visual inspection and error detection. Additionally, the system is equipped with two SCARA robots, a freely programmable rotary indexing table as well as two portal systems.

Our customer, a publicly listed French automotive supplier, is a globally operating original equipment manufacturer for the automotive and commercial vehicle industries. The independent group of companies specializes in the development, manufacture, and sale of components, integrated systems and modules for passenger cars and commercial vehicles in the OEM and retrofit markets.

Within the framework of this project, esmo automation designed and manufactured a total of three assembly and inspection systems for reversing sensors in which we integrated products/components of the following manufacturers among others ...

actuators:
Festo Vertrieb GmbH & Co. KG
Bosch Rexroth AG
Stäubli Tec-Systems GmbH
SCHUNK GmbH & Co. KG
 

sensor technology:
SICK AG
 

camera technology:
senswork GmbH
 

control technology:
Siemens AG

 

Web width measurement for printing machines

In this project, esmo automation designed and realized a web width measuring system in order to determine the web width of the paper in various types of printing systems, and to offer the printing machine operator the possibility of counteracting irregularities in the web width by means of subsequent processes. The web width measuring system has a modular design in order to use it with little adaptation in printing machines of different manufacturers as well as with different paper widths. Our customer is an internationally renowned manufacturer of high-quality, printed decor papers. The printed products are used in the wood processing industry as wood and stone replicas or even fantasy decors for optical surface design in the kitchen, furniture, and flooring sector as well as for interior finishing.

Within the framework of this project, esmo automation designed and manufactured a total of 180 web width measuring systems in which we integrated products/components of the following manufacturers among others ...

actuators:
Festo Vertrieb GmbH & Co. KG
 

sensor technology:
SICK AG
 

control technology:
Siemens AG

Web width measurement for printing machines

 

Handling of deep-drawn plastic parts in custom machine engineering

In this project, esmo automation designed and realized a custom machine for separating/singulating deep-drawn plastic parts and making them available for subsequent filling. The contracting authority was a globally operating, publicly traded company belonging to the customer base of esmo automation.

The challenge here was to deal with the tolerances of the plastic parts as well as to consider the cycle time requested by the customer accordingly. From a storage container, the plastic parts are conveyed to two vibratory bowl feeders. After being singulated, they are transported to a separating unit via parallel linear conveyor lines. There they are picked up by a 6-axis robot and fed to the filling system.

For this project, we integrated systems/components of the following manufacturers among others ...

robotic systems:
Universal Robots (Germany ) GmbH
 

control technology:
Allen-Bradley / Rockwell Automation GmbH

 

Handling of moulded parts in custom machine engineering

In this project, esmo automation designed and realized an individually automated custom machine for an international group of companies. The machine demoulds sensitive moulded parts (soap on plastic bodies), conducts quality checks of the parts, and packages them afterwards.

A gantry system picks up/removes the moulded parts from their moulds which are transported to the plant via a chain conveyor system. The gantry system then positions three components at a time next to each other on a link chain conveyor system where an elaborate camera vision system, equipped with 12 lenses, checks the components from all sides and angles.

Faulty parts are separated via pressure surges, whereas all good parts are placed on work piece carriers by two high-speed SCARA robots at a cycle rate of 0.33 sec per part.

The work piece carriers are conveyed and fed to the plant in stacks, singulated, and then provided to the robots for loading in an automated process.

After an automatic loading process, the work piece carriers are conveyed to an integrated stacking unit from where they can be removed manually.

For this project, we integrated systems/components of the following manufacturers among others ...

robotic systems:
Stäubli Tec-Systems GmbH
Robotics
 

cameras:
Basler AG
 

control technology:
Allen-Bradley / Rockwell Automation GmbH
 

gantry systems:
Bosch Rexroth AG

 

Trade show machine – custom machine engineering
by esmo automation

We have designed, developed, and manufactured this custom machine for representational purposes, in order to demonstrate our professional expertise and know-how in the sector of custom machine engineering at trade shows, exhibitions, and other events. Milled plastic components are conveyed from a vibratory bowl feeder, and picked up by an individually automated robotic system. The triplex gripping device of the robot picks the components up and linearly places them in front of a 3D measuring unit.

A conveyor system transports all good components to an indicated laser marking system – any faulty components are separated.

After the vision system has conducted an automated, optical quality check of all laser marked components, an axis system places the components on another conveyor system "on-the-fly" – any faulty components are separated here as well.

In order to create a closed cycle for demonstration purposes, all components finally are returned to the singulating system (i.e. the vibratory bowl feeder).

As mentioned before, our trade show machine represents only a few of the numerous and most diverse possibilities of esmo automation custom machine engineering.

For this project, we integrated systems/components of the following manufacturers among others ...

robotic systems:
Stäubli Tec-Systems GmbH
Robotics
 

cameras:
Basler AG
 

control technology:
Allen Bradley / Rockwell Automation GmbH


gantry systems:
Bosch Rexroth AG

 

esmo custom machine engineering –

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