HARTING Applied Technologies offers the optimal manufacturing process

HARTING Applied Technologies offers the optimal manufacturing process by taking advantage of the modular assembly cell concept. Thanks to a variety of expansion options, our customers can flexibly design their production to fit their requirements.

The modular cell system can even be scaled for smaller applications, such as manual workstations. The facility consists of a welding frame and can be designed as a single-cell or up to a five-cell unit. The facility can be expanded as desired in this configuration.

Slide-in modules can be integrated in the lower area of the cell, where the control cabinets are located. Drawer systems can also be built in to provide aggregate units, removable parts or setting tools.

The assembly processes are mounted on the aluminium plate. Tests can also be carried out outside the facility on this assembly plate. In this way, critical processes can be tested by HARTING well before the initial commissioning, which helps to ensure a successful start-up and acceptance without delays.

Profiles with press-in fitting are located on the side. Switches can be installed there later, without putting too much strain on the surface. To accommodate other controls for third-party aggregate units, it is also possible to place them above the cell by using additional control cabinet modules.

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Our modular assembly cell concept is therefore the tailor-made solution for production. Custom-made production instead of mass production is therefore possible.

Friedrich Gärtner
Sales Engineer Special Mechanical Engineering, HARTING Applied Technologies GmbH & Co. KG

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Optimal manufacturing process with modular assembly cell concept

Flexibility and a wide range of expansion options - The modular assembly cell concept keeps the investment risk low, and the level of automation can be gradually adjusted in parallel with the increase in production volume. The customer decides which and how many processes should be converted from a manual to an automated process next.