The state of the art Viper fastening robot assembly machine is the fastest screw installer available.
A fully programmable feeding and driving system, it is designed to be lean and extremely flexible, incorporating a super fast SCARA 4-axis robot.
Visumatic's fastening robot platform can handle multiple product assemblies with a variety of pre-programmed quality control combinations.
This machine is only 30 inches square, and has an ergonomic on-the-fly 11 inch height adjustment.
Configuration choices include HMI, robot, electrical, pneumatic and paint schemes to suit.
Its flexibility delivers a work cell for factories where precision assembly is prime and floor space is valuable.
A variety of available options include sensorized part fixturing, biometric security, and pre-loaded programming for teaching future parts.
This modular fastening platform can be retooled - lowering cost of ownership.
The Visumatic Advant-edge • 4-Axis SCARA robot
• Built in quality control with NST traceable axis
• 7,000+ cubic inch working envelope
• Your choice of Visumatic robot nosepiece assembly
• Visumatic Model 94 fastener feed system
• DC torque/angle control and monitoring tools
• The greatest fastener capability worldwide
• Scalable pre-programmed controls, including robot vision
• Adaptable graphical operator interface panel
Viper Fastening Robot Assembly Machines are designed
for your part, with the right choice of:
• Nosepiece: Jaw, Finder-Jaw, Mini, or Nut-Jaw
• Feeder Escapement: Standard,
Nut, Cam, or Finger
Case Study: Dual Fastening Robot Assembly Machine Blazes Production
An automotive manufacturer was re-tooling their line for a new front grill model.
Having been successful with Visumatic for nearly two decades, we partnered again to tackle this latest fastening process challenge.
The application was to automatically feed and drive one per cycle, 22 per part, an M4 x 14mm long cross-recess drive pan head screw to required 1.5 Nm torque. The goals were to be below the 35 second tact time without adding labor to the existing line.
A dual SCARA robot configuration was selected to allow the robots to share work between them, achieving both goals simultaneously.