Electromechanical Rotational Assembly Press (REMAP)
The electromechanical rotational assembly press incorporates the advantages of axial and torque systems into one, expanding our assembly and testing options in production.
The REMAP system has integrated force and torsion sensors for the control and monitoring of force and torsion signals.
The REMAP is compact and easy to integrate into new and existing systems. Unlike traditional linear and rotation systems that involve complex designs and controls, the Promess REMAP comes in a complete package and ready to use.
The most common applications where this system is used are:
The REMAP is the perfect tool when a component must be preloaded axially during a torsion-turn test. Starting torque and operating torque can be measured under varying load conditions. All data can be collected and plotted, including the Torsion vs Strength graphs.
Selection of Trousers
The complex shoe selection process is simplified with the REMAP. The axial load on the assembly increases progressively until the turning torque reaches the desired level. At this point, the exact height of the gear is measured and the thickness of the required shim is calculated.
O-rings cut or rolled are two common problems that can be reduced by implementing a Promess REMAP. With repeatable control of both axes (linear and rotary) while monitoring strength, torque and position throughout the entire operation, it will help produce a quality assembly every time.
Automatic Torsion Test
The REMAP is ideal for applications where a component needs to be fed and a twist torque test performed. It is very suitable to handle multiple models of parts. The Promess Movement Controller controls all movements made by the REMAP.
Characteristics and Benefits
Press plunger extends, retracts, and rotates
All movement controlled independently
Ability to program position, speed, acceleration, angle, angular velocity, angular acceleration, and relative and absolute limits
Press to position
Turn to angle
Join to force
Turn to twist
Graph monitoring of any combination of:
Torsion vs angle, force vs position, force vs torsion, force vs angle, torsion vs position, etc.
Measurement of sensor values, such as force, torque, position and angle (using values: of only one point, minimum, maximum, average)
Adjustable process limits and tolerances
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