automatic is the leading marketplace for automated production. It bundles the world's largest selection of industrial and service robotics, assembly systems, industrial image processing systems, and components. This is why KNOLL Maschinenbau, Bad Saulgau, will present its fast-growing assembly and transport systems division at this leading trade show.
Its product portfolio includes production logistics and feeding technology for compact robot cells. This technology provides pallets, ground rollers or other load carriers in the smallest possible space. The conveying technology acts as a buffer to uncouple the transport logistics and production processes. It can be equipped with various functional units, such as turning stations and corner turntables.
Since the KNOLL systems are constructed in modular fashion with regard to mechanics, their electrical systems and software, it is possible to create custom-tailored systems on customer request that guarantee a short amortization period and that can be expanded nearly at will. The scope of delivery ranges from the mechanics including sensors and drive technology to a complete system with control technology and visualization. Among the components are both standard components and elements designed specifically to fulfill customer requests.
At automatica, to address the topic "assembly technology," KNOLL will present its low-clearance transport system TS-S-B/TS-G-B. This fully functional system includes assembly trolleys, workpiece carriers, turning stations, and corner turntables.
In addition, the trade show booth will feature a transport line with the KNOLL chain hoist system TS-Z installed completely on floor level. That only slight interventions in the floor structure are required is something that visitors can see on-site. The periphery consists of media columns including indicator lamps, EMERGENCY OFF structure, and control elements that open up many possibilities with respect to infrastructure.
Anyone who would like to experience the KNOLL assembly and transport systems live will have the opportunity in the KNOLL booth at automatica 2018 (Hall A6.139).