mechanical operations: assembling, punching, bending, orbital riveting,
- feeding: feeding of individual parts, bulk material feeding, feeding of oil, grease, paint, spiral springs,
- welding and connecting: fluxing, soldering, resistance welding, laser welding, TIG and MIG welding, ultrasonic welding, heat welding,
- marking: ink-jet, laser marking, engraving, labelling,
- packaging: bulk and individual packaging, packaging in blisters, etc. (in collaboration with companies specialising in forming packaging materials, we complement assembly lines with product packaging lines),
- assembly processes involving: units for measuring electrical quantities (current, voltage, breakdown strength, magnetic field strength, resistance), units for measuring distance, speed, RPM, dimensions, forces, torque and units for measuring pressure, flow, leakage, etc.
- assembly processes involving: cartesian, SCARA and multiaxis robots and machine vision systems to control assembly operations or to measure dimensions, processes, etc.
The automation of assembly processes delivers greater productivity, higher product quality and greater competitiveness. In addition to smooth production, companies can achieve greater manufacturing precision and be more flexible in responding to market requirements, resulting in better operating results. With automated manufacturing processes, companies can even produce technologically demanding products with higher added value.
Development, design and implementation of all production, logistics and management processes in the Technology Centre is conducted in accordance with ISO 9001: 2008.