The mask machine production line realizes the fully automatic production of flat ear band masks, which mainly include fabric material feeding, folding and pressing, nose bridge tendon feeding, forming, cutting, ear band feeding and welding, and finished product cutting.
The production line completes the entire automatic production process from fabric to finished product.
The ear-band protective products produced are comfortable to wear, no pressure, good filtering effect, fit the face shape of people, and can be applied to medical, electronics, and construction.
(1) Equipment size: 6853mm (L) × 3554mm (W) × 1988mm (H)
(2) Appearance color: international standard warm gray 1C (DB standard color), according to this standard without special instructions
(3) Equipment weight: ≤5000kg, ground load ≤500KG / m2
(4) Working power: equipment 220VAC ± 5 ﹪, 50HZ, rated power about 9KW
(5) Compressed air: 0.5 ～ 0.7 MPa, using flow rate of about 300L / min
(6) Operating environment: temperature 10 ～ 35 ℃, humidity 5-35% HR, no flammable and corrosive gas, no dust
(7) Production efficiency: 4000PCS / H
(8) Qualification rate of equipment production: 99%
(9) Equipment failure rate: 2% (refers to the failure caused by the equipment itself)
Our automated speaker production lines can produce products ranging from 3 inches to 8 inches in the same line.
Production lines are controlled by PLC communication, remote monitoring and s/w upgrades are available, and MES data control systems are applied.
In order to improve customer productivity and maximize profits, it has been considered that products of stable and uniform quality can be produced with a small workforce.
And to realize this, we designed the modularization of the automation production lines, developed various assembly robots, auto-insert parts, automatic assembly, glue, charging magnetic system, auto-marking, automatic packaging lines, and designed to enable remote monitoring to support for post-management and service of facilities.
Hard Material Mounting Assembly Process : T-iron, magnet, PG(magnet gauge), bracket, baking(drying), extractor of PG, dust inhaler(remove), flat belt conveyer process etc.,
Dry line adopts chain circular structure design, saving space, using universal central hole positioning.
Soft Material Mounting Assembly Process (SMMA Process) is compose Plasma, dust inhaler, glue, direction adjustment, insert damper & voice coil, coil fixing, paper insert, gasket insert and other processes.
Eash aseembly process is designed to simplifying to enhance productivity.
Man power required : damper & voice coil insert(1 people), drum paper mounting(1 people), voice coil fixing(2 people), gasket insert(1 people)
Total: 5 people.
1 people for material (damper&voice coil, drum paper, gasket) delivery who has dual role at other line
Output capacity: > 1000UPH.
The Baking(Dry) oven is designed with multi-layer structure and equipped with speaker positioning carrier on the rail.
The product will be mounted on the rail and will go through a dry process while moving the multi-layer of the oven without shaking or falling off.
The number of products that can fit in the oven is 650 and the dry time takes about 45 minutes.
Dry temperature can be set by the user depending on production environment. The temperature in the oven is measured by multipi type temperature measurement probe and controlled.
2 Axis Welding rotots perform sequential soldering work. The working temperature can be measured in real time by using the automatic temperature gauge, keeping the set temperature, and improving the work performance record.
To create a pleasant working environment, smoke pipe suction devices are installed. Four people are put into the sealing & dust cap assembly process to perform non-fixed operations such as magnetic fixture insert, voice coil branching, cutting, and dust cap mounting
Size : around 8.5M(L)1.5M(W) x 2.0M(H)
After going through the ware directional control and inverter process, perform the magnetizing process.
The magnetizing process is the entire automation process, and for fast operation, the charging process is designed to lift the product to do magnetizing work. After magnetizing process polarity and sound quality inspection is carried out by manually. The magnetizing facility has a separate cooling system.
Successful products that have been tested are moved to the product logo and product number printing process. It is easy to program and operate at client’s request.
1947: General Motors establishes an “automation” department to oversee the development of mechanized controls for assembly lines.
1960s: Integrated circuits, and advances in computer storage capacity and controls, expand industrial applications for robotics.
1961: The first true robot is introduced, to unload parts in a U.S. die-casting operation.
1981: A revolutionary design that increases the speed and agility of robots, SCARA (Selective Compliance Assembly Robot Arm) is introduced in Japan and soon put into operation by Mitsubishi.
1990s: Automation connects with business process management (BPM) to create advanced, integrated robotics systems.
1996: A computer, Deep Blue, loses to reigning world chess champion Garry Kasparov — but defeats him in a 1997 rematch. This event ushers in rapid development of AI in robotics.
2000: Honda unveils ASIMO (Advanced Step In Innovation Mobility), a revolutionary humanoid robot.
2011: Apple introduces SIRI, voice-recognition software that stimulates rapid VR development.
Autonomous robots: Mobile machines moving products through warehouses and factory floors. Drones: For transportation, agriculture, warehouse scanning and more.
Microbots: Helping emergency responders explore small or dangerous spaces. Health and elder care will see dynamic growth, with rehab robots, active prostheses, exoskeletons leading the way