|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Piece|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
MMS shall be capable of demonstrating industry processes such as feeder, inspection, buffer, process and sorting. Automation concept, electrical wiring logic control, PLC programming, Sensors and Alarms
To separate out work pieces from the stack magazine by pushing the bottom one out with a piston
To transfer work pieces to a downstream station by means of a changer module with a rotary arm with a pneumatic suction cup
Establish the material characteristics of a work piece; check the work piece and;
Either separate out a work piece or make it available for a subsequent station.
Transport and separate out work pieces.
Process the different work piece types such as aluminium or plastic work piece and
Check the result of processing after the processing cycle.
The sorting station segregates the work pieces based on the material type and colour.
A gravity feeder houses the parts in a column. Each part is ejected by a pneumatic cylinder. The correct orientation of the part is verified using a cylinder with a plunger after verification, pneumatic cylinder moves the work-piece to the final position. Otherwise, a single acting cylinder removes the work -piece via the evacuation ramp. Further the work –piece is moved to Inspection Station.
An Inspection Stations Measures the Height of the work- piece by measurement by Linear Variable Dsplacement Transducer. The correct dimension work –piece is processed further to Buffer Station and the wrong one is rejected.
The Buffer station can buffer and separate up to five work-pieces. Diffuse sensors at the beginning of the conveyor detect the inserted work-pieces. Light barriers upstream and downstream of the separator control the process: If the transfer point is free, the separator passes on a work-piece. The separator is actuated by a short-stroke cylinder with a deflecting mechanism. The end positions of the short-stroke cylinder are detected by means of end-position sensors. The work –piece is transferred to Process Station.
In the Processing station, work-pieces are tested and processed on a rotary indexing table. The rotary indexing table is driven by a DC motor. The table is positioned by a relay circuit, with the position of the table being detected by an inductive sensor. On the rotary indexing table, the work-pieces are tested and drilled in two parallel processes. A solenoid probe with an inductive sensor checks that the work-pieces are inserted in the correct position. During drilling, the work-piece is clamped by a solenoid actuator. Finished work-pieces are passed on via the sorting gate to Sorting Station.
This station sorts work-pieces onto three slides. Work-pieces placed on the start of the conveyor are detected by a diffuse sensor. A pneumatic stopper with integrated valve stops the work-piece before the sorting process. Sensors upstream of the stopper detect the work-piece features (black, red, metal). The cylindrical work-pieces are sorted onto the appropriate slides via electric deflectors. A retro-reflective sensor monitors the fill levels of the slides.