Motek in hall 5, booth 5236
Where screwed in series assembly, increasingly semi or fully automatic systems are used in the screw feed. Servo drives have been used here for quite some time as standard in the screw connection technology. Pneumatic drives with shut-off clutch, however, are no longer up-to-date. However, servo systems with or without transducers are often expensive. WSM-Automation Closes the supply gap for many applications with its new electric drives.
The new drive series includes brushless and therefore low-maintenance electric drives with an adjustable shut-off clutch. They are started externally via an 24 V signal and send a signal to the higher-level control system that the clutch is engaged or the torque is reached. Here are different speed or torque combinations available. The bandwidths range between 600 and 1500 min-1 and 0,05 to 5,5 Nm.
The drives work without much programming effort and without separate nutrunner control. The flange dimensions are identical to those of high-quality servo drives and previously installed air motors. If the quality requirements change or older air drives are replaced by new systems, extensions or conversions can be realized with minimal effort.