High quantities mean high consumption values and high personnel costs, right? Not in this project. Our customer, a well-known door manufacturer from the Netherlands, has taken the next step and modernized its production with us. In addition to a wide variety of machining operations and various assemblies on both the lock and hinge sides, all processes in this system are meaningfully linked by automation. Entirely without any cost-intensive interfaces between individual machines, the doors in our turnkey solution are detected, processed, assembled, cleaned, engraved and finally even palletized on an order basis depending on the type - and all of this at a cycle rate of up to 3.3 doors per minute!
At the same time, the sustainable and cost-optimized production was the focus of the concept. Thanks to the targeted selection of special drive systems, the door production machine now impresses with particularly low air & power consumption values, which are additionally supported by energy recovery mechanisms. Personnel costs are another point of long-term cost optimization: This shows once again that the devil is often in the details. Skillful automation has enabled time- and resource-intensive secondary processes, such as protective board handling, to be optimized and staff utilization to be significantly reduced. The door production line is rounded off by state-of-the-art control technology with parts traceability, linked to the customer's master computer system.
Are you interested in a similar project in the field of automated door production? Then you should definitely watch our project video: Thanks to state-of-the-art automation, different types of doors - whether non-rebated or rebated - can be processed and assembled regardless of their respective dimensions.
We think automating is interesting for companies of all sizes and offers huge potential along the entire production chain. We give you a custom concept with the optimal degree of automation for you, adapted to your individual requirements.
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