Zeta 633 is a highly flexible fully automatic crimping machine used for just-in-time production. With its flexible machine concept, the Zeta 633 opens up an almost unlimited number of possibilities for handling small jobs and wire sequences.
Up to 36 conductors are available for wire feed without changeover. Wire transport can be adapted to the specific properties of each conductor.
Modules can be configured as desired along the entire length of the Zeta 633. That means total flexibility for each area of application.
The wires can be bundled or deposited in predefined order as a chain.
The Zeta 633 also serves as the basic machine for the Zeta 651 and Zeta 656. Customer-specific modules such as IDC processing can also be installed.
Applying the loop transfer principle, the device feeds the two wire ends of the loop individually one after the other to the appropriate processing station Variably programmable shuttles make this possible. All wire movements are carried out with highly dynamic servo axes. The basic machine accommodates up to five processing stations. If need be, the machine can be successively expanded and has space for up to ten processing stations.
Optimum access and personal safety were two top priorities in the design of the Zeta 633.
The safety cover opens vertically, allowing excellent accessibility from all sides. All material handling is done consistently from one side of the machine. The wire selector can be set up conveniently at the press of a button. The well-known TopWin user interface and a user console that slides along the entire transfer section are further features that maximize operational convenience. Produced wires or bundles can be removed while the machine is running.
Crimp-height and pull-out force measurement are integrated in the process sequence. The measured results from the measuring devices are transferred automatically to the user software and compared with the set values. Incorrect entries can be avoided in this way. Production cannot commence until the measured results match the specified values. The material is scanned in with the optional barcode scanner prior to the start of production and compared with the stipulated values. This step prevents materials from getting mixed up.
The processes are constantly monitored during production. In the event of an error, incorrectly processed cables are automatically removed and post-produced.