Due to the success of its first-ever 360⁰ virtual tour of Symphoni™, an innovative, digital assembly platform, ATS Automation will be hosting a live interactive Q&A with one of the inventors of Symphoni™ on December 9. Current and prospective clients of ATS can now reserve a spot.
Automation Tooling Systems, an industrial automation solutions provider, says it has acquired “substantially all” of the intellectual property assets of Transformix Engineering.
Transformix’s CNCAssembly system, based on its patented Rapid Speed Matching technology, provides a method of linking and synchronizing the movements of devices and tooling to enable faster and more efficient assembly systems.
The CNCAssembly® system is a collaboration of multiple technological functions that offer a standardized, compact, speedy and flexible solution for small part assembly with unmatched performance. The majority of the system is made up of standardized building blocks, otherwise referred to as Engines, and only a small portion of the process is application specific. The system is highly flexible with the capacity to assemble many products using one machine with different end effectors, as required, using programmable part handling and assembly motions.
While there are many integrators in the automated assembly market, Transformix Engineering Inc. is a truly innovative designer and manufacturer of highly flexible machines that leverage precise technology, proprietary software, and a blend of continuous motion and indexed motion techniques to transport components for assembly faster than ever.
ATS Automation Tooling Systems Inc. announced it has received a $20 million order booking from a medical device manufacturer to design, build, and deliver several automated safety syringe manufacturing systems that will feature the Company’s high-performance Symphoni technology. The program will be completed over the next 10 months and will enable the production of safety syringes to meet potential demand related to COVID-19 vaccine production.
ATS Automation’s modular Symphoni technology combines the speed of continuous motion with the precision and flexibility of robotic assembly.
in In 2017, Transformix launched the newest iteration of their platfrom, an initiative designed to repackage the technology into a set of configurable, plug-and-play modules. As part of this initiative, the company carried out a top-to-bottom reassessment of the platform’s architecture, a key outcome of which was the decision to switch to the SuperTrak CONVEYANCE™ platform.
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