Robotized Industrial Painting Systems
Thanks to the consolidated experience acquired in the field of superficial treatments, Nicem SpA is able to provide customers with both standard machines and above all special systems designed to meet specific needs.
In this context, Nicem SpA has developed and manufactured industrial painting systems for the automotive industry specifically designed for the superficial finishing of cylinders and brake pads.
These are very flexible systems that can be integrated into fully automated production lines.
In addition to greatly simplifying the management of highly automated painting processes, these systems also guarantee high outputs and full compliance with quality standards.
This plant, which was originally designed to automatically paint the cylinders and brake pads used in the automotive industry (where it achieved an extraordinary success), can also be used for other applications, for example to paint parts and components produced in series.
15÷30 seconds per part, depending on the dimensions and machining complexity, UV H2O-based paint with a low environmental impact.
The system is constituted by the following main components:
· Steel frame that houses the motors of the revolving cylinder and table, and the driving and pneumatic organs required to lift the cylinders. The rotation assembly comprises an electric motor, a driving belt and a rotating shaft with shrunk-fitted plate to support the part being machined.
· A revolving horizontal table divided into four sectors; each sector has a hole with a groove for the insertion of the supporting plate.
· A steel frame placed above the revolving table that houses the painting system (robot and guns), the hot flashing system, the polymerization and reticulation system with UV lamps; and the loading and unloading area.
· A manipulator and two conveyors for automatic operation
· A suction system with dry filtering system
· An electric control panel
Parts are automatically deposited (by the manipulator) on the loading plate, which is placed on the revolving table. The latter rotates moving the part first to the painting area, then to the flashing, polymerization and reticulation area with the UV lamps, returning the loading/unloading area at the end of the cycle.
The system is designed to be operated in automatic mode only. The movement of the table, cycle times, rotation speed and the operation of the painting, drying, and polymerization guns are controlled by an electronic system.