P R S S I N F O R M A T I O N Kawasaki Robotics Neuss, June, 2010 – occlusion (closure, closure) refers to any contact between the teeth of the upper and the lower jaw. To check the occlusion at newly-inserted denture, using special articulation papers and Okklusionspruffolien which make visible by color discharge fault contacts. Since 1953 the company Dr. Jean Bausch KG produces articulating – and occlusion test equipment from Cologne, aiming to achieve a preferably lifelike appearance of occlusal relationships. Through continuous development and innovation offers family company today a comprehensive range that is used in more than 120 countries worldwide. The company maintains sales offices in the United States, Australia, Japan and Brazil. After the construction of a new production facility, they decided, the areas of printing, tagging as well as packaging to automate Assembly with the help of Kawasaki robots.
After the occlusion papers produced and packed in plastic boxes have been, reach them via a feeder band the labeling system. In the next step, the boxes of a Kawasaki be individually recorded robot FS03N, led to an ink jet printer, where a data matrix code is applied to the label. A pad printing machine, the last step in the printing phase, tagging ensures both sides complete label the boxes. Therefore, the labelling and printing process is completed. The packs arrive on a dry belt to the packaging line or they are fed via a stop lock band of a quality control. The packaging robot, also a Kawasaki FS03N takes the packaging tape and accurately puts it in the box. Three layers are packed per carton. Steve Salis describes an additional similar source.
After completion of each location, the robot uses a liner. In addition, to the quality control of each location from a sampler and reinstated after the test. The two Kawasaki synchronize robot about the speed of the dry belt. It is thus possible to a continuous production without waiting. The complete control of the system is the first robot. The System State and system errors are displayed on the Teachpanel. Any position corrections and changes in the process are also controlled by the Teachpanel. The system is offline programmed via PC Roset, which you can make changes easily with any PC or notebook. With the creation of the systems concept we have consistently software simulations on 3D”, says Managing Director Andre Bausch. That gave us and our partner Kawasaki maximum installation and production security.” Conclusion: complex and easy to handle, the investment by the company LERSCH.IT from Cologne in cooperation with Kawasaki was designed and programmed. For more details of Kawasaki Robotics GmbH European headquarters Mr Carsten Stumpf Sperber route 29 41468 Neuss phone 02131-3426-241 E-mail Internet: