Motek Hall 5, 5402 Stand
For production and assembly automation supplies Rollon efficient motion concepts that are robust, precise and dynamic. How this looks in practice, shows the linear technology specialist based on his exhibits.
In many cases, linear technology is at the Automation of handling, transport and feeding systems more flexible and less expensive than large axis systems or robots. For example, the performance of robots can be improved with the help of a seventh axis increase significantly. The robot moves on a linear system and can thus take over tasks at several locations. The shuttle system is modular and allows long distances and high dynamics. Seven different sizes for robots up to 2000 kg cover almost all applications.
In the positioning and handling of workpieces, multi-gantry systems help with loading from above. In customer-specific multi-axis systems, the compact linear axes enable Smart series high speeds and accelerations. They are also very durable, run quietly and have a long life.
The telescopic rails of Telescopic Line have proven themselves worldwide in numerous handling applications. The drawers are also highly resilient, have a low deflection, provide a backlash-free and smooth running and are resistant to shocks and vibrations.
Depending on the field of application, various designs (partial, full and oversized), profiles, materials (aluminum, stainless steel, galvanized steel), sizes and accessories are available.
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Motek Hall 5, Stand 5402 For production and assembly automation, Rollon supplies efficient movement concepts that are robust, precise and dynamic. The linear technology specialist shows what this looks like in practice using its exhibits.
Motek Hall 5, Stand 5402 Cover story The Russian company Movikom develops and implements innovative robot systems and mechatronic solutions for special cameras. The high-tech experts installed a track-based camera system along the soccer field in a Minsk stadium. Robust, reliable linear technology from Rollon gets the camera cart going and enables high-quality shake-free shots.
EMO Hall 8, Stand D20 Rollon will focus on efficient movement concepts for workpiece handling systems and automatic machine doors as well as the seventh axis for handling robots at EMO. These work correctly for a long time with high cycles and under critical conditions. They are easy to assemble and can be replaced with little maintenance.
The roller guides of the "Compact Rail" from Rollon are highly precise, extremely robust and incredibly versatile. The self-aligning systems compensate for parallelism errors on the assembly surface and, thanks to their compact design, can be easily integrated into tight spaces.
The stable telescopic guides of the product series "Hegra Rail" and "Light Rail" from Rollon are robust and economical. In compact, load-bearing cross-sections, they are suitable for the construction of reliable and durable pull-outs on load carriers. They work reliably, require little maintenance and are very precise.
The "TH 70" linear axis from Rollon offers a very good solution for automation applications with little installation space. It achieves high performance values, positions extremely precisely and is incredibly compact. The TH 70 from the Precision System of the "Actuator Line" was specially developed for smaller applications in which high precision and robustness are required for low load ratings, but only little installation space is available.
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