Motoman's SV3J Improve Efficiency
The company has installed robots by Motoman
to help with many applications including dispensing
. The use of sight technology increases dependability and the standards of the product. The robots use include SV3J, UP6
- TASUS Corp. manufacturers injection-molded plastic parts for a variety of automotive components. It also provides a range of assembly operations, including ulttrasonic welding, leak testing and the attachment of gaskets, brackets and other hardware.
- Motoman robots are critical for maintaining a high level of producivity at the plant. In addition to four-axis gantry robots, TASUS now has several workcells that use six-axis robots to perform tasks such as dispensing, assembly, ultrasonic welding, and degating.
- If the vision system detects insufficient primer on the part, the six-axis robots picks up a new bottle of primer from a nearby slide mechanismusing a gripper with angular jaws. The robot can change bottles at any time in the process without shutting down the molding press.
- TASUS uses SV3X, UP6 and UP20 six-axis robots to assemble several different power steering reservoirs for American and Japanese automotive customers.
- The new line has two UP20 and three UP6 robots. Ultrasonic and vibration welding, leak testing, assembly and laser serialization are all performed with the help of these robots.