LogiMAT, the International Trade Show for Intralogistics Solutions and Process Management, this year sets new standards as the biggest annual intralogistics exhibition in Europe. The fair plays host to the latest innovations, technologies and products for the intralogistic industries. This is the leading international trade fair that provides a comprehensive market overview and competent knowledge-transfer.
Rollon is pleased to announce its participation in Ipack-Ima, one of the major meeting points for the consumer durables industry. Ipack-Ima plays a fundamental role by hosting everything that concerns the stages of the production chain: from the production process to packaging, from design to innovative materials, from labelling to end-of-line, from automation to digitalisation.
Rollon’s objectives have always been to guarantee business continuity and the safety of its products together with the respect of qualitative, quantitative, temporal and economic requirements of its offer of products and services. Within the continuous improvement process of our quality system, Rollon is proud to communicate that has been certified according to EN 9100 requirements for aviation, space and defense organizations.
The website has been redesigned to be faster and more user-friendly, with the integration also of myRollon, the digital configurator tailored to the needs of designers. And both of these represent the pillars of our digital strategy. Rollon’s new digital ecosystem, a browsing experience that can anticipate the needs of the industrial designer and assist him in his work, is online from today, the 1st of March 2022.
Rollon Corporation is pleased to announce the latest addition in its line-up of technical tools and services to help customers more quickly access the information they need in developing their linear motion projects.
From industrial automation to robotics, there is a rising demand for motion systems offering greater design simplicity. This trend is being driven by a lack of time and resources, rather than a lack of technical expertise. Some engineers simply require high-performance components, while others need whole systems.
Many industrial products experience supply crunches now and again. Linear guides are a prime example. Anyone who has ordered these crucial motion components over the years knows that delivery times periodically spiral out of control, increasing from weeks to many months.
Designing high-speed automated material handling and pick and place systems that incorporate six-axis robots presents engineers with two challenges: enabling bidirectional robotic travel while also ensuring the safety of nearby workers. In many robotic systems, the designer positions a rail between three different stages: the robot operation area, an intermediate section where the rail is completely closed and the human loading area. That creates the possibility of a protruding rail that may interfere with the robot or human.
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