State-of-the-art technology allows the highest level of automated manufacturing

At its core, the standards of Industry 4.0 are directed at automation in the areas of product development, production planning, and production itself. Manufacturing engineering – i.e. the production of geometrically defined workpieces – aims to achieve a wide range of positive effects.

In addition to increasing in productivity, the main focus is on making manufacturing more flexible. Furthermore, manufacturing automation generally results in shorter manufacturing times.

Increase quality of reproducible processes

Sebastian Spies

Sebastian Spies


Manufacturing automation reduces costs and increases quality

In addition to reducing costs, automation in the area of production also improves quality thanks to reproducible processes. And not to be forgotten: Whenever machines replace the activities of humans, there is an alleviation of the physical strain placed on employees.

Various technical devices play a central role in exploiting the full potential of the Industry 4.0 standard.

Examples of manufacturing automation

The intelligent arrangement of sensors/actuators and control, information, communication, process control, and robotics technology ensures the highest level of automated manufacturing. Below you will find some examples of machines that aid in the automation of manufacturing:

Rotary indexing table

• Base frame as stable welded construction

• 8x rotary indexing table

• Feeding of workpieces via buffer belt

• 5 machining stations (drilling, thread cutting and forming)

• Visual monitoring of threads

• Automatic removal of the OK parts

• Automatic segregation of the NOK parts

Fully automated manufacturing system –Elevator doors

• Combination cell spot welding, projection welding, punching and forming

• Elevator doors (1,900 × 200 mm to 3,500 × 2,200 × 87 mm)

• 2x workpiece carrier shuttle (loading parallel to production time)

• Handling robot (KUKA)

• Welding current control (Harms & Wende)

• Welding tongs (Düring)

• Hydraulic punching station

• Automatic destacking

Fully automated pallet manufacturing system

• Squared timber pallets, octagonal and rectangular panels, covers for pallets

• Dimensions 600 × 600 × 40 mm to 2,000 × 2,200 × 250 mm

• Servo-motorized pallet feed

• 40 nailers per stroke (arranged in two rows, individually selectable)

• Nail dimensions 40 × 2.5 mm to 100 × 2.5 mm

• Twin circular saw

• Palletizing robot (KUKA)

• Automatic destacking

Contact us directly

Get in touch