INSYS dispatches a wide range of expertise. Our installations may cover numerous processes of your production chain creating added value. INSYS is at your full disposal not only for developing and realising installations, but also to provide you with services such as simultaneous engineering, simulations, process studies, etc.
Doesn’t the world seem quite small when you’re trying to park your car? The solution consists of using parking aids like distance sensors. The installations of INSYS allow you to steer your car without losing your nerve …
With us, you will always be a cut above your competition. The machining centres of INSYS, developed in order to sharpen knife blades, are characterized by their high level of sharpening precision as well as a great deal of flexibility …
To help you to control manufacturing times, we grind your watch parts not only at a high precision, but for 24 hours a day with the reliability of a Swiss Watch. Such as our machining cell for premium watch cases...
Since its creation in 1990 INSYS has been steadily developing itself. More than 800 installations have greatly helped our customers to increase their productivity. Another reason to use our competences in the fields of robotics and assembly lines …
For any assembly line we carry out a detailed analysis of your application to find the best solution. Mastering rotary indexing tables, longitudinal transfer systems, or robots, INSYS provides for you a concept which meets your requirements perfectly. Typical for INSYS: all three systems can be combined in one installation …
With INSYS constantly keeping on the right track, we combine assembly lines with rotary indexing, longitudinal transfer, and work holder systems for high precision transfers between the assembly modules. By integrating robots we can provide highly flexible assembly systems capable of (carrying out) a great number of product variations in small batches, such as the assembly of steering columns switches for motor vehicles …
We will never let you down. A great number of INSYS installations are equipped with remote maintenance systems, which allows the INSYS after-sales service to “communicate” with your machine at any time …
We develop our concepts taking into account the customer’s requirements. The standardisation of our basic systems of our robotic equipment as well as of our assembly lines allows us to develop an entirely customised concept. Overdimensioned and overpriced installations belong to the past …
The realization of industrial robotic installations is becoming increasingly more refined and complex this represents a welcome challenge for INSYS.
In order to successfully respond to this challenge, we are always looking for qualified people to join our team.
At present, we are seeking to fill the following vacancies …
Assembly automation is highly customer and application specific. Requirements, components, joining and testing procedures are hardly comparable. This reflects the major challenge, which INSYS masters based on 20 years of experience in automation.
Characteristic in assembly automation are multiple feeding systems for a broad spectrum of components. In some cases, they are pre-processed in the feeding systems, while other applications include all processing on the main system.
Assembly combines a big variety of individual processes. Beside of standard pick-and-place, mechanical operations like punching, bending, screwing and riveting, soldering and welding (ultrasonic and laser) as well as optical and non-optical inspection are typical. In addition, applying protection foils, marking, labeling and packaging are representative. Intelligent, sensor controlled joining processes are a core element as well.
The reliable and realistic simulation of the whole process chain is a crucial point in the concept and quoatation phase. It determines the system performance and decides on the economical profit achievable. For this reason, INSYS applies its own simulation tools. Process parallelisation. e.g. by using multiple tooling and workpiece carriers, is a key factor to increase system performance. The flexible combination of round indexing tables, linear cells and robots does support the same strategy to define the most profitable concept .
Simulation and concept design
Choosing the right concept is the key issue! It is the key to maximum system performance, process control and economical profit. All our design engineers have been in automation for many years and bring into action all their knowledge. Concept design is a heavy pre-investment of INSYS in the quoting phase.
Parallelisation of processes
Workpiece carriers and processing stations are multiplied in order to ensure parallel processing of several units. Parallelisation is the most important measure for high volume throughput in automation.
Feeding a wide range of components
Continuous, smooth, oriented and sequential feeding of different parts is a main condition for successful automation. Standard feeding starts with bulk goods and vibrating feeders or shakers. Some applications start with palletized parts.
Robot supported assembly
Robot mounting of buttons for plastic foil keyboards, using a high speed Scara robot. Feeding of buttons is done by a vibrating feeder. Position and orientation of each button is detected by a vision system and pick-data are transfered to the robot. Process cycle time is below 2 sec.
Integration of third party modules
Due to the broad range of individual processes, integration of third party systems is frequently necessary. Main issues are the different cycle times of these systems and their individual software integration.
Complex assembly processes request the linking of several round indexing tables or linear cells. Sufficient buffering between the different systems is a key item for the performance and availability of the joint system.
All-electric handling (Pick and Place)
The substitution of pneumatic handling units by electric ones has significant advantages. Process modifications are achieved by pure changes of software parameters. Thus, electric handlings have a clearly superior flexibility in operation. The absence of compressed air consumption significantly lowers production costs.