Micro assembly machine

THE new DCAM-XS from Deprag Schulz GmbH is said to fulfil market requirements for a modern micro assembly machine.

THE new DCAM-XS from Deprag Schulz GmbH is said to fulfil market requirements for a modern micro assembly machine. It is extremely small, fast, precise and flexible.

The new model has been developed from the successful DCAM family (Deprag Compact Assembly Module).

Screwdriving, labelling, palletising, clipping, laser inscribing, welding, and gluing of the smallest components – the new assembly machine can carry out numerous functions.

Many small component parts can be assembled, a razor put together, an electric toothbrush or a digital camera — the DCAM-XS is converted in a few minutes for various assembly steps.

The micro-assembly-system is only 450mm x 802mm x 680mm (width, depth, height) and is lightweight, allowing uncomplicated transportation. The working range is 176 x 176 x 80mm with a position accuracy of ±1µm.

The short conversion time of the machine is less than a minute, and the feeders or process modules can be exchanged without readjustment of the pick-point.

Two USB interfaces allow the user to transfer data simply, for security of processing data in quality management or to configure various applications.

If different products are to be assembled in the system then the machine controller inputs the necessary process data, such as position and number of screw sites.

The DCAM-XS basic version consists of a two-axis system based on linear servo motors, an industry PC, and a control cabinet.

Easy, one-handed access to the machine components is allowed through the soundproof protective housing.

Additional electrical components, process and function modules, on the prepared base frame, can be optimally suited to fit individual requirements.

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