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Programmable Gages Help Create the Ultimate Automation Cell for Bearing Machining & Parts Sorting
11/5/2013

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A separate part-sorting cell consists of two Equators, a Fanuc LRMate 200ic 6-axis robot, multiple lanes of low-profile conveyor, a Fanuc iR Vision system, and an ATI quick tool changer for the robot's end-effectors. The vision system tells the Equator what part number is being presented and what measurement program to run. Good parts are subsequently placed on the appropriate conveyor, and bad parts are placed on a scrap conveyor.
A separate part-sorting cell consists of two Equators, a Fanuc LRMate 200ic 6-axis robot, multiple lanes of low-profile conveyor, a Fanuc iR Vision system, and an ATI quick tool changer for the robotís end-effectors. The vision system tells the Equator what part number is being presented and what measurement program to run. Good parts are subsequently placed on the appropriate conveyor, and bad parts are placed on a scrap conveyor.

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