03.05.18 (pressemeldung) PI_234
ROEMHELD presents flexible and mobile assembly workstations at the Automatica
New mobile workstations and storage systems with "modulog" and "modupress"
Trade fair premiere - "SPEEDY connect": Zero point clamping system for industrial equipment & facilities
Laubach, 4 of May 2018. At this year's Automatica, the ROEMHELD Group will be presenting flexible and mobile assembly workstations as the highlight of their trade fair appearance. They will be demonstrating the ergonomic handling of workpieces weighing up to 150 kg using the example of a mobile assembly cart with height-adjustable lifting column as well as tilting and rotating modules. Another highlight on show at the exhibition stand will be the compact High-Tech-Manipulator ROEMHELD-Centrick, which is used to handle heavy parts such as assemblies or transmissions and can be moved by means of integrated rollers. With this solution, workpieces of up to 2,000 kg in weight can be move safely and conveniently.
The Group will also celebrate a trade fair premiere with the new series of "SPEEDY connect" zero point clamping system. The fast-closing clamping elements are equipped with integrated electronic monitoring of the clamping status and can even be used in welding environments thanks to the robust design. This is complemented by Industry 4.0-compatible clamping elements with which workpieces can be clamped and positioned with high repeat accuracy throughout the entire production process - from the machining centre to the assembly workstation. In terms of assembly and handling technology, the modulog module combinations are also supplemented by new storage systems for tools, workpieces and small parts. This means that the corporate group can now offer virtually all elements of assembly workstations which are designed and fitted from a single source. The ROEMHELD exhibition stand at the Automatica in Munich will be in hall 5, stand 308.
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