Support through augmented reality in a nutshell...
The high-voltage batteries used in the automotive industry usually weigh over 1 ton.
SAR automates the complete handling of the heavy accumulators, from automatic truck unloading in stacked transport boxes to assembly. The empty containers are loaded back into the trucks for reuse.
In the more complex injection molding area, the number of work steps is so high that cycle time analysis is enormously difficult.
To check whether the number of robots is sufficient to meet the cycle times, SAR relies on the material flow simulation "Plant Simulation".
Hole closures are required at numerous positions and in various designs in the bodywork.
Due to the manual process, the exact position and media-tight assembly is faulty and can therefore lead to water ingress and corrosion.
FAIST ChemTec and SAR have developed a system for the automated sealing of car body holes which can already be used by the OEM in the paint process.
shows different technologies with which we work daily in our projects:
Material flow systems, gripper technology, 3D image recognition, cooperation of multiple robots etc.
The end products of these two automated lines are either high-performance tires for the car and vehicle industry or, much more appetising, sausages, mustard, pretzels and beer.
We use the automation components TIA portal, robotics including custom hooks, 3D cameras, conveyor technology, in-house developed spray nozzles and process data management in modular cells to manufacture any product for our customers.