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Manual and Automated Assembly Line

We work with you to determine the appropriate level of automation, use of conveyor systems, identification of auto or manual processes, and necessity of standalone stations. Advanced systems carry a wide array of assembly and verification methods, including heat stake, screw driving, laser marking, RFID tracking, vision system verification, torque feedback, and sensors to detect a pass/fail component.

With outstanding manufacturing knowledge and a keen understanding of high-speed automation technology, Koops, Inc. provides cutting-edge automated assembly equipment. Our semi-automated assembly cells can handle multiple tasks in order to meet your specific manufacturing requirements, including part feeding, indexing, machine vision, controllers, screwdriver spindles, and process monitoring systems. Increase production and reduce costs with shorter cycle times, improved operator ergonomics, and zero-defect assembly by incorporating in-line or end-of-line testing.

 

Types of Automated Assembly Equipment:

We have designed and built many different types of automated equipment. Here are some examples.

Fully Automated

  • Fully automated assembly systems that can include robotics, palletized conveyor lines, automated feeders, and are a higher level of automated control with minimal operator interaction.

Semi-Automated

  • Semi-automated assembly equipment requires more operator interaction. We commonly use robotics, palletized conveyor lines and automated feeders with semi-automated equipment.  For instance, an operator loading and unloading parts into a machine and the machine performing all of the required assembly steps

Manual

  • Manual assembly equipment with single workstations and a low level of automated control. Typically these stations would include manually operated tooling or fixturing with automated part presence and verification sensors to verify the assembly process.

 

The Koops, Inc. Difference

Koops provides full-service and support to all clients with a focus on solution engineering and customer satisfaction. With outstanding manufacturing knowledge and a keen understanding of high-speed automation technology, Koops, Inc. provides cutting-edge automated assembly equipment. Our semi-automated assembly cells can handle multiple tasks in order to meet your specific manufacturing requirements, including part feeding, indexing, machine vision, controllers, screwdriver spindles, process monitoring systems, and more.

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