Hannover Messe Hall 17, Stand C42
For handling tasks in a small space has the Rollon group based on the "Tecline "profiles a compact and versatile telescope system constructed. It performs effective linear motion in applications where minimal overall dimensions are required. The compact solution is accompanied by low process times with minimum stress on mechanical components.
The telescopic drive can move in one or more directions and has a travel path which in the closed position is equal to or longer than the drive itself. For example, a system with a length of 1500 mm can extend 1500 mm in one direction or in the opposite direction , The key advantage of a telescope solution is the large space savings, which allows for better usability of the factory floor space and thus cost savings.
The system can be used in different directions of movement - horizontal, vertical or wall-mounted - and can therefore be used very flexibly. It was originally conceived as a horizontal motion solution to power presses in series with a central unit that can extend in either direction, providing one press in one direction and then closing it and then feeding another press in the opposite direction. In addition to saving space, two presses can be loaded and unloaded with just one system.
When mounted vertically, it offers a perfect solution for low ceiling heights, and as a wall-mounted installation, the telescopic drive makes it easier to supply machine tools, avoiding obstacles when closing the safety doors. The main components of the system are synchronized and connected together in a toothed belt system. The movement of the first element thereby also generates the movement of the second extension and thus doubles the speed, although a part is moved at a lower speed. This reduces the process times and the load on the mechanical components. In addition, unlike rack and pinion systems, the polyurethane timing belts are maintenance-free and do not require lubrication.