assembly system

assembly system

[ə′sem·blē ‚sis·təm]
(computer science)
An automatic programming software system with a programming language and machine-language programs that aid the programmer by performing different functions such as checkout and updating.
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Abstract: Intelligent assembly cell conception includes new solution kind of how to create structures of automated and flexible assembly system.
Michelin's Pax System uses a new tire and wheel assembly system to eliminate these problems.
The SeamMaster textile assembly system from Sonobond Ultrasonics provides Kuss Filtration with an efficient cutting method for the assembly of fuel filters.
The company's fully automated bead apex assembly system is said to feature productivity levels exceeding 10,000 beads per day in continuous operation.
Presented control structure is a part of development of Biologic Assembly System at the level of assembly units.
But the determination was made through extensive testing that using high-strength Hexsert[R] inserts installed with the Autosert 2000[R] robotic assembly system would be the way to go.
22 /PRNewswire/ -- Zyvex Corporation today announced the A100 Assembly System, a manipulation and assembly tool which can be used with either a scanning electron or optical microscope to assemble microscale components.
In addition to a range of 2000 Series Ultrasonic Systems, including the new 2000 IW/IW+ integrated ultrasonic welders, the company will showcase an exceptionally high-power (600-Watt) ultrasonic assembly system.
Demag in Strongsville, Ohio, plans to implement a different version of a "flow line" assembly system this September.
The systems also incorporate a rigid antirotation slide assembly system to prevent any rotational misalignment and to reduce frictional wear.
Mazda has for some time been an innovation leader in the modular assembly system in mixed-model production.
Also highlighting an automated assembly system for automotive fuel tanks.