How Does It Work?
Parts are loaded onto either a bulk vibratory feed table or directly onto an infeed belt conveyor, where they are then conveyed into the Model 220 Sizing Press Loader. Next, parts are singulated one at a time into the robot pick area. Using FANUC iRVision, the robot takes a picture of the part and determines its orientation on the infeed conveyor (a rotary table is sometimes used in addition to an infeed conveyor, when more rotation of the part is required for proper press loading).
Next, the robot rotates/crabs around the part placing the robot tooling in the right orientation prior to gripping the part. The robot now grips the new part and performs an unload/ load of the sizing press. The robot is normally supplied with a dual gripper setup whereby Gripper 1 grips the new part to be loaded and Gripper 2 grips the part to be unloaded. The unloaded part is then placed onto a take-away conveyor exiting the cell.
Unattended operation of sizing press
Consistent part load/unload
Increased part quality
Easy relocation – may be moved from press to press
Compact size provides reduced floor space
Welded structural steel frame
Extruded aluminum guarding with interlocking operator access door
FANUC iRVision system for part orientation
Casters for portability
Vibratory parts storage and feeding table
Dual gripper EOAT
Heavy-duty toggle lock clamps for repeatable press docking
Compact belt conveyor with escapement and end nest
Integrated Adaptec Workstocker or direct feed for incoming parts
Direct load (non-dial machine)
Sized part takeaway conveyor
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