Linear Transfer System

Modular Linear Transfer Systems: MP System

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Modular components crafted for flexibility and reliability. Standard pallet sizes 100 x 100mm up to 500 x 500mm

Global competitiveness is determined not only by the cost-performance-ratio, but more and more by the level of assembly efficiency and the ability to rapidly adapt to market changes.

Designed with flexibility as a key factor, the MP System consists of standard modules, each of which operates autonomously, yet can be joined with other standard modules to form a complex linear assembly system. Because the modules are standardized, they can be interchanged quickly and easily, resulting in fast implementation of a new or expanded assembly system if new or altered tasks are required. The standard modules of the MP System can be reutilized 100%!

The MP Modular Linear Transfer System by Meto-Fer®

FEATURES

  • Interchangeable modular elements
  • A variety of standard modules allow you to determine machine configuration
  • Supports manual, semi-automatic or fully automatic operation
  • Easily expanded
  • Manual work modules can be directly integrated as needed
  • Modules operate autonomously
  • Two-belt system moves pallets in a linear direction
  • Module type stations can be added lengthwise or crosswise as needed

The user-friendly modular design of the MP System guarantees flexibility and enables quick reaction to changing market demands. Thus, an investment in flexible automated assembly is not only rewarding technically, but economically as well.

The pallets with the work piece carriers are controlled and indexed, allowing transport of the pallets that is independent of a cycle. Between single modules, any reserve of the pallets is possible. Each module has its own actuation, separating, and positioning.

Another key to the flexibility of the MP System is that it allows a step-by-step adaptation to future needs. Thus, to minimize production stops, the assembly system can first be designed with several manual work modules. Then through step-by-step automation of the assembly, the manual work modules can eventually be replaced by automated modules.

ADVANTAGES TO MODULAR DESIGN

  • Can be used for very simple or very complex assembly solutions
  • Change, readjustment, lengthening or shortening of existing assembly machines can be accomplished quickly

An optimal solution to an assembly problem requires both technical prowess and economic benefits. The MP System affords the designer optimum efficiency in both respects. Because of the standardized design of the modules, they can be exchanged and completely re-utilized.

Because the MP System is future-oriented by design, your most stringent industry requirements for cost-effectiveness, flexibility, high quality and fast processing time are all fulfilled.

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