A series of workstations connected by a transfer system and an electrical control system comprises an automated assembly line. A particular operation is done by each station and the output is handled step by step as it passes through a pre-defined processing series along the line. Many of the automatic assembly lines we build for our clients are meant to manage component families. Mikro can design and upgrade the tooling and equipment to meet and exceed the specified cycle time of the client. Our team of engineers, manufacturers, and integrators have the skills to incorporate assembly automation into your production process successfully. Mikro presents Assembly Line Automation in the automotive sector considering the following machines;
● Two Wheeler & Four Wheeler
For two-wheelers & four-wheelers, Mikro offers integrated assembly line solutions. The automation solution we offer seems to have been a feeder for four-wheeler and two-wheeler producers respectively. This latest endeavor would call for enhanced product capabilities and interactions with future global associates are underway.
Many of the tractors at Mikro that roll down assembly line automation have emerged to be an asset to different industries. Tractor production requires high annual volumes and improved efficiency with automation.
Local people around the world are now consuming freshly harvested produce grown locally on spare rooftops, in old containers for packaging, and in repurposed warehouses. Assembly Line Automation in farming equipment provides massive benefits to consumers and producers: they can facilitate farming in a regulated, time and resource-efficient manner.
● Infra Vehicles
The growth of automated infra-vehicles would generate worldwide infrastructure opportunities. We can cope with overlapping and integrating automation streams in the automobile industry with robust assembly line automation, which causes simplified programs and improved efficiency.
WHY IS ASSEMBLY AUTOMATION NECESSARY?
The business environment today needs you to completely monitor your activities-the equipment, the product flow, the way employees operate, the data-you have to cover all the angles. Usually, with fewer resources than ever, you’re supposed to do this. The automation of assembly unifies all and facilitates you to have more control over absolutely any aspect.
At Mikro, We are specialists in incorporating conveyor systems, controls, robotics, software, picking, and packaging, as well as other systems into a coherent and usable system that, regardless of the industry, can transform the business. The use of an automated production line is not just about labor elimination, but it is important to clarify what automation is meant to do and how this coincides with the overall company goals. By increasing the manufacturing capacity in less time, an assembly line allows assembling a finished product even more efficiently and smoothly. To integrate the assembly line and increase productivity, they use a mixture of conveyors, often different types.
Assembly lines can range from very basic to complicated, where there is very little human contact with the product, and technology performs the production processes on the line. We at Mikro provide automated solutions, assembly lines, and end-of-line testers for pieces of equipment in the automotive industry.