Factory Floor Applications

Whether it's controlling machines such as robots or conveyors, or sensor systems regulating temperatures and monitoring production metrics, see how and why electrical systems play a vital role in automated applications across the factory floor.

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Factory Applications

A - Control Station

Key point for controlling and monitoring manufacturing and logistics processes.

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B - Laser Cutting Machine

System for separating workpieces using laser radiation.

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C - Machining Centre

Machine tool containing several functions such as turning, milling and drilling.

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D - Control Panel

Stationary or mobile device with display and/or keyboard for operating machines and systems.

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E - Switch Cabinet

Contains all electrical and electronic components that are not directly installed in the machine or system.

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F - Pick & Place Area

Device that independently grips, sorts and places goods or workpieces.

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G - Conveyor System

Stationary conveyor system for transporting various goods or workpieces.

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H - 6-Axis Robot

Articulating robotic arm with six axes of movement for carrying out a wide range of movements and tasks.

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I - Automated Guided Vehicles

Mobile transporter with its own travel drive, which is automatically controlled and guided without contact.

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J - Labeling Area

Used to apply barcodes or labels to goods and workpieces.

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K - Stacker Crane

Rail-guided, single-track vehicle used to store and retrieve goods in a high-bay warehouse.

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L - High-bay Warehouse

Storage area with permanently installed shelving units where goods or workpieces are stored vertically.

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M - Cable Trays

Load-bearing structure made of sheet metal or plastic for routing and protecting cables and wires.

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[2] Drive Cables (Servo/Feedback/Hybrid)
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[3] Robotic Cables
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[11] Conduit & Protective Tubing
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[12] Tools & Accessories
[13] EKD Systems Drag Chains[14] SANGEL® Systemtechnik - Industrial Luminaires[15] Robotic Dress Packs