Vacuum technology aids in process efficiencyJanuary 27, 2015 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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When it comes to production processes, vacuum systems play a big role in helping to make these processes efficient.
Vacuum gripper systems, produced as complete, ready-to-connect modular systems, provide for maximum flexibility when used in robotic applications. Vacuum handling systems that are operated manually simplify production processes through easy and efficient handling of workpieces. Vacuum clamping systems offer short setup times, making the machining of workpieces possible in CNC machining centers, as well as in manual machining processes.
Schmalz, one of the world's leading manufacturers in automation, handling and clamping technology, offers a wide range of individual vacuum components. Wainbee carries the complete range of Schmalz products, including vacuum components for pick and place, robotic end effectors, packaging/palletizing and assembly. The industrial distributor also carries Schmalz ergonomic vacuum lifting systems for the material handling market, and vacuum clamping systems for clamping wood and plastics on dry-running CNC machines.
Vacuum components include: vacuum suction pads, special grippers, mounting elements, vacuum generators, valve technology, switches and system monitoring, as well as filters and connections. Vacuum handling systems include: tube lifters, lifting devices, cranes and crane systems, as well as workshop equipment. Gripping systems include: area vacuum gripping systems, vacuum layer gripper and vacuum suction spider.
Contact Wainbee for a product demo and to see how Schmalz vacuum systems can help make production processes more efficient.