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An overview of our services

Our sectors

  • Automobile
  • Vehicle construction
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Metal processing
  • Electrical engineering
  • Chemical/Pharmaceutical

We add value to your projects

  • Analysis and process consulting
  • Construction, simulation and electrical planning
  • Purchasing and internal CNC-production and steelwork
  • Assembly and commissioning
  • Robotics/SPS-programming
  • Production support
  • Service and maintenance

Loading and unloading technologies

  • Production facilities with loading equipment - logistics
  • Finishing facilities with mechanised handling of parts
  • Turning and grinding centre with multi-functional trolley technology

Assembly lines

  • Semi-automated lines
  • Fully-automated robotic lines

Customised mechanical engineering according to customer requirements

  • Latest technologies
  • Process optimisation for existing facilities

Loading and unloading technology

Production facilities
with rotating mesh box logistics

Philosophy: automate monotonous work




Before – manual packing of mesh boxes

  • Parts taken off conveyor by hand
  • Placing of parts in boxes according to descriptions
  • Cycle time of 1.4 seconds per part - variety of different parts
  • Mesh boxes positioned using electric forklifts
  • Exchange of boxes (full/empty) with extra operator
  • Cardboard inlays sometimes required in boxes

After – individual filling of boxes by conveyor

  1. Parts taken off conveyor by central 4-axis Scara robot and piled up = buffering of parts
  2. Parts taken and placed in mesh box by 6-axis robot
  3. Full boxes cycled by transport technology to GiBo removal place
  4. Empty boxes automatically moved to loading place by robot
  5. Carboard inlays inserted after every part by vacuum packer
  6. When parts are changed, the robotic tools and rail settings on the conveyor are automatically changed too


➜ as well as mesh boxes, other equipment (paletts, boxes, containers etc. ) can also be used

Production facilities
with multi-functional mesh box logstics

Philosophy: specialists for high-value work processes




Before – manual packing of mesh boxes

  • parts are taken from the conveyor by hand
  • placing of the parts in the mesh boxes according to descriptions
  • conveyor speed 250mm/min - several part types
  • mesh boxes positioned in front of conveyor with electric forklifts
  • exchanging of mesh boxes (full/empty) done by additional operator
  • cardboard insert laid in mesh box according to need

After – filling of mesh box from conveyor

  1. several parts from production transported in parallel on conveyor, one behind the other
  2. visual cameras determine the positions of the parts and transmit the coordinated to the robot
  3. robot picks up the parts from the moving conveyor and stacks them in the mesh box
  4. inserts placed after every complete layer of parts
  5. when one mesh box is full, the robot changes to the next empty one and the full box is removed by GiBo
  6. robot tools automatically changed when parts change


➜ as well as mesh boxes, other equipment (paletts, boxes, containers etc. ) can also be used

Production facilities
with linear mesh box logistics

Philosophy: fully-automated production process




Before – manual loading/unloading of parts

  • parts are taken out of the mesh box by hand and placed on the conveyor belt feeding the facility
  • cardboard inserts are collected during this process
  • parts are moved through the production facility
  • at the end of the production process, parts are moved out on a conveyor
  • workers take the parts from the conveyor and stack them in mesh boxes
  • inserts are taken from the collection point and reused in the packing of the mesh boxes

After – automated loading/unloading

  1. positions of parts in the mesh box are detected visually by cameras and communicated to robots
  2. a robot lifts the parts out of the mesh box and placed them on the conveyor, collecting the inserts
  3. parts are moved through the production facility
  4. at the end of the production process, parts on the conveyor are detected visually by cameras
  5. a robot takes the parts and places them in the mesh box
  6. inserts are taken from the collection point
  7. mesh box logistics from emptying to filling takes place in the facility


➜ as well as mesh boxes, other equipment (paletts, boxes, containers etc. ) can also be used

Finishing facilities
with mechanised handling of parts

Philosophy: 24/7 automated production


Before – manual processes

  • Operators had to set up the machines
  • Operators used cranes to load/unload the parts
  • Quality inspector checked parts for damage
  • Lots of space needed for machines, parts and storage/transport

After – fully-automated solution

  1. Different parts sorted onto Euro-pallets with robotic 3D visual part recognition
  2. Manipulation of parts between production facilities by 6-axis robot onto 7th axis
  3. Part buffering and stationing enables 24/7 automated production
  4. Quality check performed by 3D surface inspection
  5. Robotic deburring process with extraction to finish parts
  6. Sorting of checked finished parts onto diverse loading or carrying devices or storage on scrap transporter.
  7. Robotic manipulation of plastic protection for finished parts when loading onto transporter
  8. Job management (JIS) and documentation via interfaces with higher-level systems


➜ weights of up to 400kg

Turning and grinding centre
with multifunctional trolley technology

Philosophy: comprehensive observation - from saw to delivery


Before – manual set-up of CNC machines

  • Raw material cut on bandsaws and placed on Euro-pallets
  • Logistics transported parts to processing machines and placed pallets in front of CNC machines
  • Different parts loaded manually into CNC machines
  • Operator selected CAM program according to sheet on pallet
  • Finished parts placed on pallets and transported to outgoing goods
  • Weights of up to 20kg / external Ø20-Ø320mm / 4,000 different parts / small series production

After – efficient CNC loading/unloading with multifunctional trolleys

  1. Raw materials placed in trolley at the cutting machine according to plan
  2. Status entered into higher-level system and saved to RFID chip in trolley
  3. Part positioned and fixed in multi-layered drawer in trolley
  4. Trolley moved to processing machine and automatically positioned - job order uploaded
  5. Parts taken from individual drawers by robots and fed into machine
  6. CAM program according to job order of trolley, from CAM library
  7. Finished part put back into trolley drawer by robot
  8. Automatic changing of grabbing tool on the robot according to external Ø carried out automatically by job order
  9. Trolley technology also supports subsequent work processes due to the defined part- and job order status information


➜ Trolley technology is designed to facilitate the implementation of driverless transport systems

Assembly lines

semi-automatic assembly lines

Philosophy: continual assembly process


Before – manual assembly

  • Parts are stored in shelves between assembly stations
  • The assembly process isn't ergonomic for the workers
  • There is no documentation of important process parameters
  • The assembly sequence is uncoordinated and not transparent
  • Different assembly stations have different cycle times
  • long time for handling from station to station

After – semi-automated assembly

  1. Parts are clocked into the assembly line at the start
  2. Parts are transported to individual stations by trolleys
  3. Parameters are quality-checked at individual stations
  4. Screens at each station display the assembly process
  5. Additional stations ensure consistent cycle times
  6. Parts are checked and documented at the end of the line and transported to outgoing goods
  7. Empty trolleys are automatically returned to the start

Fully-automated robotic line

Philosophy: productivity of the space


Before – separate assembly lines

  • Every assembly line has its own loading and unloading areas
  • Long, ill-defined logistic routes for the filling of bulk containers
  • High scrap rate due to lack of final checks of circuit boards
  • Long cycle time due to manual assembly processes
  • Lots of space needed for additional lines

After – fully-automated production

  1. Circuit boards arrive on pallets at the loading area
  2. Robots move the circuit boards to the assembly line with 3D visual sensors
  3. Conveyor technology transports the 4-fold circuit board holders to the first station
  4. Parts for the circuit boards are separated at different stations
  5. Robots assemble the individual parts and record the parameters according to the requirements
  6. A final testing station checks the functionality and quality of the finished products
  7. A robot takes the finished product out of the holder and places it back onto the pallet; faulty goods are separated out

Customised mechanical engineering according to customer requirements

Latest technologies
CNC finishing machine according to customer requirements – automated drilling machine

Philosophy: robots are only used when it makes sense


Before – drill spindle on a robot

  • a smaller range of spindles had to be used due to their weight
  • smaller choice = longer times = reduced torque
  • more space needed to allow full range of positioning
  • 8 axis to the spindle -> loss of process stability
  • 3D energy supply (electricity, air, hydraulics, cooling water etc.) via robot to spindle -> broken cables
  • costly cleaning and maintenance due to 3D manipulation of spindle

After – drill spindle on X,Y positioning unit and one turning axis

  1. use of classic powerful industrial machining spindle
  2. optimal choice = shorter times = higher torque = HSK-A 63 interface
  3. turning of the product reduced space by 50%
  4. 3 axis to the spindle --> process stability
  5. 2D energy supply protected behind the equipment
  6. stationary machining with tray for chips and coolant underneath

Process optimisation for existing facilities