Rollon, the Group based in Vimercate and world leader in the production of linear motion systems, will be present at the 2015 edition of EMO with an extended range of linear solutions for industrial machinery, made possible by the recent acquisition of the Turin based Tecno Center which has brought specific know-how into the company in the field of Cartesian robotics.
The solutions of the company in Turin complete the range of linear axes of Rollon, increasing its potential in the heavy duty segment. These systems include Cartesian axes with sliding movement along rail guides with recycled balls or ball bearings, driven by rack and pinion, belt or screw systems. The aluminium sections may reach considerable dimensions (up to 360x200 mm) making it possible to handle loads up to 2 tons. There are also prismatic guides with steel bearings and guides with self-supporting aluminium sections which open the doors to many alternative design solutions and without the need to be mounted on any structure.
The extension of the product range has enabled Rollon to further establish its role as a leader in the market of linear motion applied to industrial machinery by means of new solutions dedicated to servo processing systems and piece loading/unloading systems for lathes, machine centres, grinders and presses. Other key applications in this sector include the handling of doors and control panels, control of X-Y-Z axes in machines for flat cutting (water jet, plasma, laser), telescopic extractions of numerous parts or components.
The Italian Group therefore has the benefit of more strong points, setting the standard for all types of requirements in regard to linear motion: from the product, with a range which is now one of the most complete and competitive available, to the know-how gained through specific abilities in regard to complex Cartesian systems and integrated solutions and the ability to create customised solutions that are even more inspired and designed for all needs.
Rollon at EMO: Milan, from 5 to 10 October 2015, pavilion 11 stand F24.