Production automating stations

The mission of our company is to facilitate work in serial production of many kinds of products. Nowadays, particularly problematic for workers are repeatable tasks requiring concentration, precision and maintaining the quality. Our passion is to create innovative machines which can replace people in these arduous tasks. Our machines guarantee full production safety 24 hours a day 365 days a year with breaks for maintenance, lubrication and regulation.  We guarantee your success in production due to the application of the latests components of the following renowned companies: ITEM, BOSCH, Festo, Destaco, Siemens, IFM, MURR, Turck, Balluff, Rittal, Phoenix Contact, Keyence, Cognex, Sick, Pilz, Atlas Copco, Apex DGD, Bosch, Avdel, Huck, Baltec, KMT, TOX, Kistler.



Automated backrest packaging station

Taking care of employees' health in the company producing backrests, we designed an automated station packaging backrests into containers. The Fanuc Robot with a specialised gripper collects the backrest from the turntable and puts it into a container. 

    KUKA IIWA Robot

    The biggest innovative challenge was to build, launch and program the KUKA IIWA robot cooperating with a human. 

    Our constructors, mechanics and electricians constructed an innovative gripper enabling gripping a backrest safely, taking it out from the machine and passing it at a proper height to a worker. 

    Thanks to our qualified programmers the robot senses when the worker hold the backrest in hands and then opens its gripper. Then, the worker may ergonomically place it in the pallet for further processing. 

    The advantage of a human collaborating robot is the lack of barriers such as safety fences/enclosures protecting the robot. The robot itself is built in such a way as to protect the human from health hazards.  


      Automatic pressing-in bearings

      A fully automatic station for pressing in a needle roller bearing into a motor shaft. The station possesses its own storage for two types of bearings with a capacity for 300 items each. Depending on the produced engine type a proper bearing is passed. The bearing is automatically placed onto a special head and next is pressed in into the engine by a Kistler servomotor. The quality parameters are force and path. After a correct pressing in, all data are recorded in the RFID information carrier located under the pallet, and subsequently archived in a database. 


      Automatic lubrication system station

      Automatic lubrication system station - the station is used for proper oil dose application on the connecting rod. Oil must be accurately measured and applied precisely onto a proper place. The measurement is done by appropriate sensors. Only after a correct feedback signal from the sensors the engine is released for further production. 


      Automatic stations of shavings shaking-off, pressing-in and fitting of dowels

        Shavings shaking-off station

        A fully automatic workstation emptying shavings from the cylinder head - grippers catch the engine, then rotate it and shake off the shavings.


        Automatic station for pressing in positioning dowels to camshaft frame

        Dowels are passed by a vibrating feeder. Next they are pressed in by proper FESTO cylinders.

        Automatic station for pressing in centering sleeves under gearbox 

        Centering sleeves are passed by a vibrating feeder next they are pressed in by proper automatic AtlasCopco pulse tools. 


        Gallery Automatic stations of shavings shaking-off, pressing-in and fitting of dowels

        Tightness test workstation

        Tightness test workstation. Up to the present tightness control was performed with servomotors and pneumatic drives. However, its efficiency was not adapted to production needs. Designing a station with an EPSON SCARA robot and two tightness controlling sockets improved the final product quality and increased production line efficiency. The test is carried out with the ATEQ measurement system 


        Car seats bolting line

        Car seats bolting line - a line for preliminary car seats bolting consisting of BOSCH transport, transport pallets, manual loading/unloading, two manual tightening stations and two automatic spot welding and riveting stations. Welding was performed with ARO electrode controllers, while riveting with BALTIC riveter. All parameters of bolted, riveted and welded connections are recorder in RFID. At the end of the line, if the process is correctly conducted, the data matrix code with the number of the car seat and production date is engraved with a TECHNIFOR engraving machine. All quality data are sent to the data archiving system. 


          Gallery Car seats bolting line

          Automated heating mats passing

          Constructing and building a specialised gripper for heating mats. AmiSter was responsible for connecting, launching and programming automated manner of passing.