Function The Separating station differentiates workpieces based on their drilled hole depth and separates them into two different material flow directions. Workpieces placed on the belt are transported to the depth measurement point. An analog diffuse sensor checks the hole depth. Workpieces with a deep hole are transported to the end of the belt.
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Function The Separating station differentiates workpieces based on their drilled hole depth and separates them into two different material flow directions.
Workpieces placed on the belt are transported to the depth measurement point. An analog diffuse sensor checks the hole depth. Workpieces with a deep hole are transported to the end of the belt. Workpieces with a shallower hole or a skewed workpiece are directed towards the rear via the second belt using an electric deflector with quarter-turn actuator. Fiber-optic through-beam sensors with optoelectrical sensors monitor the material flow on the belts.
Topic: Analog and digital The diffuse sensor supplies both an analog and a binary output signal. This facilitates different training levels. The binary switching output can be adapted to the measurement requirement and the signal type by means of a simple teach-in process. Combined assembly processes such as cylinder assembly and assembly of workpiece inserts in the housing can be realized using the Separating station.
MPS® – The modular production system:
Tygoshura Training aims for project work Mechanical: There is no difference in commissioning and troubleshooting. Systematic troubleshooting in a production system Handling technology: During drilling, the workpiece is clamped by a solenoid actuator. On the rotary indexing table, the workpieces are tested and drilled in two parallel processes. This simplest of all combinations provides numerous basic functions of automated production: The swivel arm of fexto changer, which is driven by a rotary actuator, moves the workpiece stztion the transfer point of the downstream station. Semi-rotary actuator The Distributing station utilizes various actuators, all of which are industrial components. The vacuum is generated in the vacuum slice of the CP valve terminal by means of the Venturi principle and is monitored by a pressure switch.
Automation technology with MPS®
MPS® The Modular Production System
Separating station – flexibility