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Capital intensive automobile manufacturing plants produce a large volume of high quality vehicles. But they also must be flexible to handle a wide variety of rapidly changing models. Only the most versatile, reliable, and ergonomic equipment is used in modern automotive plants – and that is exactly where you will find Conductix-Wampfler products.
In the early stages of manufacture, electric overhead traveling cranes ( EOT) handle steel coils, foundry parts, and raw materials. Transfer cars take tooling and materials to and from the presses in the press shop. Components are transferred by Electrified Monorail Systems ( EMS) to the body shop, where “bodies in white” (BIW) take shape. EMS or powered skid conveyors move raw car bodies to the paint shop. Large scale Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems ( AS/RS) provide a storage buffer for just-in-time sequencing of assemblies. Automated guided vehicles ( AGV) and rail guided vehicles (RGV) are used at the drive train pre-assembly lines and at the “marriage line” (chassis decking). In final assembly, EMS and conveyors operate under the ceiling, while skillet lines work at floor level. Assembly workers need workstations, hoists, tool balancers, and tool transports for required tools, as well as electric and pneumatic power to operate them.
We offer a wide range of energy and data transmission solutions to work alongside the full spectrum of automotive manufacturing processes. Whether it is to provide power and data for cranes, electrified monorail systems, conveyors, transfer cars, skillet systems, or assembly tools, Conductix-Wampfler has the right solutions for the need.
Electric/Compressed Air Systems, Tool Transports, and Balancers – to increase productivity and safety on assembly lines, our systems provide easy access to assembly line tools, constant electric and compressed air for power and ergonomic assists.
High-speed Cellular Buffers – to cushion impacts on lift stations and turntables.
Automated Guided Vehicles in a Gearbox assembly
Daimler Trucks, Germany
IPT® (Inductive Power Transfer)
Number of vehicles
Energy- and Data supply inductive
Generally the basic function of IPT® Floor systems is the same as that of other IPT® systems. But there are some additional or specific aspects to consider.
The cable loop must be installed in a way that complete coverage of the supply of vehicles along the entire travelling path is given. This way installed the cable routing also defines the travelling path of vehicles. With iDAT it is possible to detect the magnetic field around the cabling and to supply a guidance signal to the vehicle control and to control so the movement of the vehicle. Unwanted and expensive guidance slots become obsolete this way. Various travelling paths can be defined. Switches, crossings, etc. are no problem. The pickup just needs to be placed so that it is exposed to the magnetic field in a sufficient way.