Autonomous transport robots by Servus can also transport bulk goods in addition to cartons, boxes, trays and workpieces. This means that Servus can connect injection moulding machines with packing stations, supply the right material to assembly machines at the right time, and also keep finished or semi-finished parts in intermediate storage until the next production step. In the plastics industry, injection moulding and assembly cycles are often not well synchronised. Servus decouples the processes, thus increasing their flexibility. This requires logistics solutions that are at the same time individual and flexibly adaptable. Servus has the answer to the demands of the plastics industry.
Simple Integration Injection Moulding Machine
The Servus system makes it possible to extend the goods-to-the-worker principle. Goods-to-the-machine:
With Servus, the goods get directly to the assembly machines. Injection moulding and assembly can thus be integrated into the flow process via a buffer.
On the one hand, the injection moulding machine cycle is rarely in sync with the assembly cycle, on the other, moulded parts can rarely be processed directly downstream. The Servus system provides a solution geared to meeting this challenge, by simply buffering the goods until the next production step.
Loose Goods and Subsets
With the Servus system the fully automatic storage and delivery of bulk material and partial quantities is possible. Thus the optimal material flow for your production can be realized - Servus can deliver the bulk material at any location.