ALBANY, OR – Concept Systems, an industry-leading manufacturing automation solution provider, will showcase its acclaimed plant modernization services, and demonstrate a fully integrated, automated laser etching system in booth E-135754 at the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) Sept. 10-15, 2018 in Chicago.
Featuring components from leading automation equipment manufacturers such as FANUC America, Rockwell Automation, Allen-Bradley, FLIR, Radian Laser Systems, Schunk Grippers, and Wave7, this system illustrates how choosing the right components to update your plant, coupled with expert integration of new and existing systems can improve efficiency and optimize operations.
At the event, booth visitors will be able to interact with and operate the system. From the PanelView Plus 7 HMI, visitors will enter their names and watch as the pens moves through the etching, inspection and picking processes resulting in personalized pens the visitors keep. Visitors will be able to test the area safety scanner, slowing and ultimately stopping the system as they approach the protected area. An iPad kiosk will feature system operation and downtime analytics for visitor exploration.
- PanelView Plus 7 from Rockwell Automation
- MagneMover Lite from MagneMotion, a Rockwell company
- Sr 3iA from FANUC
- LROpen Frame 2D/3D Fiber Laser from Radian Laser Systems
- MPG 25+ Gripper from Schunk
- A35 Thermal Inspection Camera from FLIR
- SafeZone Multizone Laser Scanner from Rockwell Automation
- Guard Logix 5562s PLC with a Safety Partner Logix 55LSP from Allen-Bradley
- WaveRider droplet and system analytics from Wave7
As a Partner to our clients, Concept Systems is dedicated to providing automation solutions that prepare our clients and their operations for the future. Our plant modernization services include controls and CNC retrofits, safety assessments and mitigation plans from TUV certified engineers, automation consultations and roadmaps, maintenance plans and emergency support, and project startup services including project management, engineers for hire, and more.
“Manufacturing today is a globally competitive operation that is evolving with the advent of industry 4.0,” said Jim Ford, Director of Engineering at Concept Systems. “To thrive in that kind of environment, manufacturers need to prepare now for the future of automation. Our Plant Modernization services are designed to meet the unique needs of mid-sized to large companies looking to update their operations and gain an edge on the competition.”
Staff will be available during the show to offer short consultations and answer any questions about our plant modernization services.