Schmalz > Vacuum suction spider SSP

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Modular principle to design the vacuum suction spider SSP

Schmalz individually designs vacuum suction spiders for industry application needs. The vacuum suction spiders have been designed according to a modular principle. All versions of the vacuum suction spider are derived from the basic design which can be flexibly optimized for complex handling tasks. Our experienced system consultants also use individual vacuum components from our broad range of products. The company help the users to design the gripper system. From the project planning and design stages all the way through to the day the product starts operation.

 

 

 

Application of the system:

  • Automation of handling tasks in manufacturing assebly and quality control processes.
  • Linking robors in presses and bending centers.
  • Automating plastic injection molding machines, deep drawing machines, machining centers for wood and plastics, water jet machines, laser machines and punching machines.
  • Order picking in storage and distribution centers on industrial robots or gantries.
  • Handling of metal sections, blanks, stone, sheet materials, car body parts, glass and ceramic components, ect.

 

 

 

The benefits of the vacuum system:

  • Modular system with standardized and harmonized components.
  • Flexible adaption to costumer-specific requirements.
  • Combination of different gripping technologies (vacuum, mechanics, magnetics ect.) possible.
  • Low intrinsic weight due to basic components made of aluminium, steel pipe and plastics.
  • Minimization of cycle times.
  • Erhanced process safety due to integrated system monitoring and sensor technology.
  • Intelligent valve modules for unused suction cups.

 

 

 

More info about:
https://www.schmalz.com

 

 

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