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Fully automatic robotic assembly plant built using STOBER drive technology

03 September 2018

STOBER Drives has used products from its own range to design and build a robotic component mounting system to manufacture the new LeanMotor, an encoderless drive that is a world first in the market.

The LeanMotor is a brand new energy-efficient drive system that STOBER says, “bridges the gap between a synchronous and an asynchronous drive”, which means engineers can now upgrade their drives to servo motor efficiency without the extra costs associated with the specification of the higher spec asynchronous drive.

The new automated production system used to produce the LeanMotor couples STOBER’s newest technology with its existing STOBER AS6 Automation Control Suite. This highly cost effective piece of production plant has enabled them to significantly streamline the manufacturing processes.

Heiko Berner, PLC product manager at STOBER, along with colleague Heiko Bismarck, STOBER’s product trainer and supporter, worked together to produce the innovative new automated system.

Read the full article in the September issue of DPA



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