Automation Solutions

Contract manufacturers and OEMs trust Haumiller to deliver quality automated assembly machines for high-volume disposable products.
Haumiller equipment is production-ready faster, more efficient, reliable, and often exceeds 95% OEE.

Multi-Lane Indexing

Intermittent (indexing) motion equipment, a key technique in assembly machines, offers unique advantages like managing challenging parts and materials, and adding operational flexibility, crucial for custom automation engineering where continuous motion is not optimal.

Not all products or processes are ideally suited for continuous motion automation or high speed assembly. Indexing refers to a method of intermittent motion, crucial for assembly machines, where the machine initiates and halts at precise positions at specified intervals. This technique is a fundamental requirement in most machines across various applications, including assembly automation. The pause, or 'dwell period,' during indexing is essential as it permits other machine components to perform their tasks efficiently, a core aspect of custom automation engineering. Without indexing, if the machine runs continuously, coordinating other units to interact with a moving object becomes considerably more intricate and challenging compared to when the object comes to a halt.

Advantages of Intermittent (Indexing) Motion Equipment:

  • Managing difficult-to-control parts (bags, wires, etc.), important in continuous motion assembly machine applications.
  • Managing difficult-to-control materials (glues, lubricants, tapes, etc.), a concern in high speed continuous motion setups.
  • Managing ancillary processes equipment (welders, gluers, heat application, inspection systems, etc.), integral to assembly automation.
  • Flexibility to run multiple parts or to add operations to the process, a feature of versatile assembly machines.
  • Lower initial cost to market when high speed continuous motion is not required.

Selecting the best automation platform, whether it’s continuous motion assembly, high speed assembly, or custom automation, for a project is one of the most important decisions to be made at the onset of an automation project. Haumiller, with its extensive experience in engineering and automation, has decades of experience making those critical recommendations.

Our Testing Process Simplified

Our testing team isn't trying to make the machine work, it's trying to make the machine fail. We assess the durability of every machine to ensure your machine will last with any operator under any condition.

Phase 1

A series of short tests of every separate function of the machine to find obvious errors while running only the specific parts, and is completed when each function of the machine has run approximately 10 seconds.

Phase 2

Phase 2 is a series of tests, operating the machine as a whole interactive system. It is completed when the machine has run approximately 5 consecutive minutes with every function working.

Phase 3

A test of each specified set of parts, with every function working and the machine operating as a complete, interactive system. This phase is considered complete when the machine has run satisfactorily for 30 consecutive minutes unless a different time frame is specified.

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