To improve the inspection of randomly selected parts during series production runs, Floyd Automatic can now offer the new Schwanog Selector System.
This innovative new component selection system divides loose production batches into bins consisting of up to eight smaller units. In the case of lights out or unmanned production, sorting costs and time invested can be drastically reduced in the case of tool breakages or alternate disruptive factors.
The eight component compartments can be indexed automatically using time or quantity settings that are pre-determined by the end user. The bins are located on an indexing table that rotates when the bin achieves its pre-determined quantity.
Fed from the part conveyor/chute of the machine tool, the exceptional new Schwanog system is completely flexible and can be a productivity partner for machine tools such as single spindle turning centres, multi-spindle automatic lathes, rotary transfer machines, punch and stamping machines, gear cutting and spring coiling machines plus many more.
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