Traditional production relies heavily on human resources, often resulting in heterogeneous performance, high labor costs, and other problems. However, smart manufacturing can solve these problems by improving overall productivity, reducing production times, and offering a wide variety of products as a flexible production line to meet demand. market demand. For the cooling fan line, Delta's SCARA Robot incorporates peripherals such as Delta's line of monitoring machine systems (DMVs) providing the ability to accurately detect the load position of the product with production steps. simple to strengthen monitoring management and production processes.
Traditional production relies heavily on human resources, often resulting in heterogeneous performance, high labor costs, and other problems. However, smart manufacturing can solve these problems by improving overall productivity, reducing production times, and offering a wide variety of products as a flexible production line to meet demand. market demand. For fan cooling lines, Delta's SCARA Robot incorporates peripherals such as Delta Surveillance Station (DMV) systems that provide precise product load position detection with single production steps. simplified to strengthen management and production monitoring. The Delta's SCARA Robot DRS60L series has been successfully applied to the cooling fan assembly lines at Delta's Wujiang Plant in Mainland China. The DRS60L series integrates with the DCS robot controller and PLC programmer for procedural setting and control to achieve manufacturing flexibility and automation. In addition, these manned robotic workstations contain a surveillance machine system (DMV) and DOP-B user interface to collect and display all device data via high-speed Ethernet to those The operator can manage the whole operation. As a result, the workstations minimize human error and optimize overall production efficiency.
Application of automation robot for Delta-factory production line - Industrial Automation
Delta's base station for the cooling fan assembly line uses a total of 3 SCARA robots with three DMV1000 monitoring machine systems to assemble fan frame parts such as propellers, bearings to aid in reducing friction when rotating. around a fixed axis or linear movement. The entire production line is automatically started by putting the blades on the conveyor belt. The flap will send to the SCARA robot station where the DMV1000 series detects the fixed rotor position and the robot will select and place the bushing correctly on the impeller. Next, the impeller moves to the second SCARA robot station for fan frame assembly and continues to the final SCARA robot station for the final assembly stage in placing the spring and bushing on top of the blade fan.
Successful solution through Delta robot SCARA for different operations at the same workstation. Benefits include:
- Good speed, repeatability, linearity, verticality, and low-frequency sensor control to compensate for the difference between work blocks and insertion holes. This function also allows SCARA robot to precisely fulfill assembly needs.
- Matching with the DMV1000 surveillance system for precise product positioning and quick positioning adjustment.
- Compliant with DOP-B user interface for real-time device data and status display, allowing equipment operators to easily manage workstations.
- The intuitive software interface provides simple and easy programming steps to operate.
- Scara robot machine station reduces the use of fixtures and improves overall production efficiency.
Delta's SCARA robot solution has been successfully applied to cooling fan production lines and other assembly lines