Selector System from Schwanog Reduces Scrap

Originally titled 'Selector System Reduces Scrap'

Schwanog will display its Selector System designed to improve random inspection of series parts.

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Schwanog will display its Selector System designed to improve random inspection of series parts. The system partitions production batches into smaller units using selector bins. The bin system with indexing table is passed through the part chute of the production unit, and time and quantity-dependent indexing can be limited to one bin. The system is available as a standard version or a version for SPC inspection.

The selector bins are available in cylindrical and segment designs with bottoms made from perforated sheet metal for oil drainage. A collection tank pumps coolant back into the machine in case the selector is positioned below the coolant level. The system’s indexing control offers freely selectable time. Mounting brackets enable mounting selectors directly to the machine horizontally or vertically. The system’s racks with castors are available in stationary or height-adjustable designs.
The system is suitable for automobile, aerospace, and other sectors characterized by medium- to large-sized batches of precision parts. Applications include single- and multi-spindle lathes, rotary transfer machines, punching and stamping machines, gear cutting machines, spring coiling machines and more.


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