This bespoke application, developed for a international producer of automatic fire suppression systems, uses a Fanuc robot to present sprinkler heads to a hydro-tester.  Based on the results, the heads are either rejected or presented for automated inspection using Keyence vision systems, followed by final assembly.

Performance Automation developed this custom application using a Fanuc LR Mate 200i D robot to de-shingle IV bags and place them on platens positioned for thermal transfer printing.  Systems are available for bags up to 1.5L and at speeds of up to 100 bags per minute.  Additional information about the printing process is available on the FACTORY AUTOMATION & CONTROLS page.  Additional information about the integrated, 100% inspection process using Keyence vision systems is available on the VISION & MEASUREMENT page.

Robotics is one of our core competencies. We're a Fanuc Certified Integrator and an ABB Technical Partner and Value Provider. We specialize in providing integrated robotic solutions for test cells, line tracking applications, material handling, packaging, and much more.  We begin by providing the latest in time-motion studies and robotic simulations, and follow through with design, fabrication, programming, and start-up.  As always, we also provide world class service and support. When you're ready to talk about your next robotics project, click the "Contact Us" button below.

ROBOTICS

Performance Automation custom designed this application for an automotive component manufacturer using an ABB IRB 140 robot and a spindle-mounted DePrag electric-pneumatic torq driver fed by a bowl feeder.  The vision-guided robot automatically attaches components of the automatic grill shutter to the frame at nearly three cycles per minute.  


Automated Test and Inspection

Automated IV Bag Pick-and-Place

Our engineers use the latest in time/motion study software to determine which robot(s) best meet our customers' needs.  We can design applications around specific space requirements, and we can also optimize the cost of our projects based on specific reach and payload requirements.  We can even use our advanced modelling techniques to determine if applications can be done with fewer robots by taking advantage of custom designed and built end-of-arm tooling and tool changers. 

Robotic Reach & Time/Motion Studies

Bowl-fed Torq Driver

Bowl-fed Torq Driver

Performance Automation custom designed this application for an automotive component manufacturer using an ABB IRB 140 robot and a spindle-mounted DePrag electric-pneumatic torq driver fed by a bowl feeder.  The vision-guided robot automatically attaches components of the automatic grill shutter to the frame at nearly three cycles per minute.