SCADA / MES / WMS / ERP integration
WMS / ERP integration
“Difficult” processes (temperatures, gases, weights, etc.)
Repetitive processes (sanding, chip removal, polishing, gluing, cutting, etc)
Handling of objects / packages
Securing the OT network
Handling of raw materials, semi-finished products
Palletizing / depalletizing
USE CASE1 – ROBOTIC FORGING CELL
For a customer we have designed and built a robotic system to serve forges and all similar processes with anthropomorphic robots, equipped with a system of self-lubricating molds.
-Works directly on the forged piece at high temperatures
– definitively eliminates the problem of detachment of the forged piece
– increases the safety of the operator who will no longer have to work on the machine
-Reduces production time
USE CASE2 – ROBOTIC CELL FOR WELDING
Alascom always develops new solutions, creates new areas of application to overcome barriers and any difficulties.
– Increased performance and ease of management
– Reduced programming time
– Ease of use: specialized welding robots
-Reduction of costs
-welding, mig, tig, plasma
– laser spot welding
-aluminium, thin steels, large carpentry structures
– positioners and islands for all solutions
– manual or automatic masks for carpentry or sheet metal
USE CASE3 – ONLINE QUALITY CONTROL
He is building a quality control and automated packaging line for a customer in the automotive sector. The pieces coming from a grinding machine are placed on a conveyor belt. Through two industrial chambers the pieces are inspected verifying the presence of scratches, bumps or other defects. The system is capable of detecting defects up to 0.03 mm. If no defects are found, the pieces are picked up by a SCARA robot (articulated robotic arm with selective compliance) and placed in the packaging for shipment. Otherwise, the pieces are ejected from the belt via a piston.
USE CASE4 – WELDING MONITORING
KPIs and benefits
Maximize energy production by tuning motors and pumps
Minimize consumption (automatic)
Improve maintenance (foresee breakdowns / interruptions)
• Monitor and compare multiple plants to level the performance of similar sites
USE CASE5 – MOBOT AT 10
Alascom has developed a mobile collaborative robotics solution combining the peculiarities of the new generation collaborative robotics and the mobility offered by the new autonomous mobile robots (AMR – Autonomous Mobile Robot). The result is called Mobot AL-10: a flexible mobile robot capable of automating multiple applications with a high ROI (return on investment).
Mobot AL-10 has different payloads for both the collaborative robot and the AMR mobile robot. It has an autonomy of more than 8 hours: a feature that makes it a unique solution, capable of substantially optimizing the organization of work.
It is able to take orders and parts, handle bags or fabrics, food products, mechanical parts and manage cartons and packages. As part of production, the mobot supports welding applications, an AI-based quality control system has been integrated which can then be implemented on various lines in a way that responds to market demands.