HS 972B

Ful­ly auto­mat­ic pro­duc­tion of elas­tic rings

Ring robot, sewing automat

High­est pos­si­ble pro­duc­tiv­i­ty due to the inge­nious sys­tem and ful­ly auto­mat­ic oper­a­tion with­out oper­a­tor. Con­sis­tent high qual­i­ty and pre­ci­sion is achieved by the most up to date mechan­i­cal com­po­nents and pow­er­ful con­trol unit, which is easy to oper­ate. High flex­i­bil­i­ty of the automat due to the fast change of ring sizes, elas­tic widths, over­lap, etc. Pos­si­bil­i­ty to close both elas­tic ends, butt joint or over­lapped. Bar­tack pro­gram­ming spe­cial­ly at customer‘s request. For elas­tic widths from 5 — 60 mm (larg­er elas­tic widths on request). Opti­mum and reli­able mon­i­tor­ing of the com­plete oper­a­tion process.

New option: Tape joint detec­tion

For recog­ni­tion of the bond­ed joint of 2 tape ends, with a new sen­sor. Alu­mini­um bond­ing tape is not nec­es­sary for detec­tion, the sen­sor also iden­ti­fies paper and plas­tic adhe­sive tape joints. The high scan­ning speed doesn’t affect pro­duc­tiv­i­ty. Opti­mal instal­la­tion of the sen­sor is pos­si­ble due to its com­pact design.

After recog­ni­tion of the joint, the soft­ware cal­cu­lates whether or not a com­plete piece still can be pro­duced. The tape is then trans­port­ed to just after the adhe­sive joint and cut. The waste will be dis­card­ed.


HS 986A
Iron­ing sys­tem for elas­tic
Ultra­son­ic cut­ting unit for uncoat­ed tapes
HS 800
Spe­cial label dis­penser for HS 972B, step­per motor dri­ve
Tape Alu-joint detec­tion
Hold­ers, pho­to­cell, soft­ware (only for alu­mini­um adhe­sive tapes)
Cam­era sys­tem
Emblem detec­tion high-con­trast
Juki AMS 210ENHL
Elec­tron­ic lock­stitch bar­tack machine, mini DC motor, inter­me­di­ate foot
Sewing area: 130 mm (X) x 60 mm (Y), elec­tron­ic nee­dle thread ten­sion (max. pos­si­ble elas­tic width in automat 50 mm)
Mark­ing pen
A mark­ing pen places pro­grammed marks dur­ing the elas­tic feed. The num­ber of points as well as indi­vid­ual posi­tions can be freely pro­gramed in mil­lime­tres. The time which the cylin­der is acti­vat­ed for will be defined in mil­lisec­onds.