Automatica Hall A5, Booth 328
Rollon presents modular automation systems for handling processes in manufacturing and intralogistics. This includes the concept of the seventh axis, which allows the range of industrial robots to be easily and economically expanded.
From its extensive automation portfolio, Rollon designs tailor-made modular automation systems for all industries. So, based on the modular "Actuator SystemLine"Robot applications to be extended by a seventh axis. The entire robot moves on a ground-level linear axis. Procedures can be small to medium robots with a maximum of 2 t dead weight. To build the 7. Axis are mainly "Tecline" profiles used.
Prismatic roller guides or profile rail guides in combination with a rack drive guarantee high dynamics and realize a high load capacity. Its main areas of application are robotics, palletizing, production lines and logistics. For example, the articulated-arm robot can run along the linear axis parallel to a production line and manipulate it. The mobile feeder robot, which serves several task points for workpieces, can also be expanded.
Collecting, picking and palletizing is an important in-house process, which often has to be realized in interaction with packaging machines as well as in industrial heavy duty applications. Here, the manufacturer based on the Actuator System Line, the "Linear Line" and the "Actuator Line " Build turnkey systems with high dynamics and low deflection of the linear units even with a large span. Portal and gantry systems, as well as Cartesian pick-and-place systems that absorb high forces and moments and precisely position them, can thus be realized. Even in production environments with abrasive dusts and continuous use, the linear systems achieve a long service life.