Automatic precision high speed robotic labeling application & inspection for complex parts. 50% higher throughput than other systems performing similar adhesive label applications.
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Delta Robot high-speed packaging system feeding an automatic bagger (60 parts/min) & a custom vacuum table & vision for removing parts from plastic backing for part loading.
Robotic part loading, coating, curing, rotating, and unloading for >50 Million saw blades per year. Both sides of the parts are coated with this unique design that is the most compact system in industry for this application. Includes spray booths, ovens, and conveyor material handling equipment.
Pick & Place system to load 150 parts/minute using custom pneumatic grippers, integrated pallet feed conveyor, and vision inspection.
Automotive Paint Quality Inspection
Robot integrated into conveyor for 100% defect inspection of clear bottles. Easily retrofit to existing conveyors - optimal solution for medium production rate clear bottle inspection. Is modular and scalable.
Part rotation using a custom magnetic gripper and a custom pallet. Lift, turns, and places up to 30 parts at a time with <1 mm accuracy.
Moving-line seven-axis system integrated with a Wandres Swordbrush automated cleaning system. Most compact zone of its type in production.
9-Axis system using a lift-tilt-rotate machine coupled with a six-axis robot. Parts can tilt, lift, and rotate 150 rpm while being coated.
Coordinated Six-Axis robot motion with a rotating axis applies precision coating to a large, acrylic-type part.
Robot built inside of an integrated turntable to coat the inside of a large, domed part.
Integration with a turntable to precisely coat a 10 foot diameter part weighing up to 2000 pounds on both the inside and the outside. This system increased throughput by over 300% compared to manual painting with higher quality and elimination of ergonomic and safety concerns.
At Sapience, we recognize that installing and commissioning automation is just a piece of the puzzle. For an automation system to yield its full potential, the selection, engineering, project management, training, production operation, and maintenance processes all need to work in concert as well or the benefits of the investment will be diminished.