Presses have a diverse range of applications across multiple industries, but our high-quality standards set us apart from others in the market. Whether you need a light-duty press for small-part applications or a high-ton capacity press for forming, we offer comprehensive solutions to meet your needs.
High Ton capacity presses are used in manufacturing operations that require large-scale production of parts, such as metal stamping, forging, and forming. They are capable of exerting forces that range from a few tons to several thousand tons. These presses can work on a wide range of materials, including metal, plastic, and composite materials, to produce large and complex parts.
Light-duty presses are compact machines that are designed for applications that require lower forces and higher production volumes. These presses are ideal for forming small parts or prototypes, which require precision and accuracy.
In-Line Vacuum Forming is a way that we have solved many of our customers’ needs. Our systems often include these technologies to provide the highest quality and most accurate parts for our customers’ production needs.
In-Line Vacuum Forming is a manufacturing process that uses heat and vacuum pressure to form plastic sheets into specific shapes or parts. The process involves heating a plastic sheet until it becomes pliable, then placing it over a mold and applying vacuum pressure to conform the sheet to the shape of the mold. In-Line Vacuum Forming is called so because it is performed in a continuous production line, where multiple stages of the process are carried out sequentially without interruption, resulting in a high-volume output of consistently shaped parts.
Cutting operations often are looked at as a simple task. This is not always the case. We here at EagleMatic have developed systems that cut parts to length within some of the tightest tolerances in the industry. All while keeping the part moving to maximize throughput capacity.
More advanced cutting automation systems may incorporate sensors, software, and robotics to achieve high levels of accuracy, consistency, and speed. A highly complex cutting automation system might involve tooling with multiple cutting heads that can make simultaneous cuts to produce complex shapes and contours. Additionally, such a system might be integrated with a material handling robotic system to automate the loading and unloading of materials, as well as quality control sensors to ensure that each cut meets the desired tolerances.
There are many different cutting techniques and tools that can be used depending on the material being cut, the desired precision of the cut, and the production volume. Some common cutting techniques include sawing, shearing, punching, milling, and drilling.
In today’s business landscape, sorting materials, parts, and finished goods is an essential part of most operations. We provide industry-leading sortation capabilities to meet the unique demands of your business. Our expertise enables us to offer a fully automated system that streamlines your sortation process and delivers optimal efficiency.
In this type of automation, robots are programmed to identify and sort items based on specific criteria such as size, weight, shape, color, or barcode. The robots can also use sensors or cameras to detect and identify the items before sorting them.
Robotic sortation automation can be highly efficient and accurate, allowing for a high volume of items to be sorted in a short amount of time while minimizing errors. This type of automation is especially beneficial for handling items that are difficult, dangerous, or impossible for human workers to sort. Additionally, robotic sortation automation can be integrated with other systems such as conveyors, material handling systems, and warehouse management systems to further optimize the sorting process and reduce labor costs.
Today’s production facilities all need some form of material handling equipment. EagleMatic integrates and manufactures today’s top-tier products to solve some of the most challenging material handling processes out there. Whether it is transferring a final product from one of our automated production lines to our end-of-line packing systems, or moving packages, we can help!
In an automated production line, the material handling system is typically integrated with other automated equipment, such as robots and sensors, to create a fully automated production process. This can improve efficiency, reduce labor costs, and improve product quality by minimizing human error and variability.
One of the key benefits of material handling in automated production lines is increased efficiency. Automated systems can move materials quickly and precisely, reducing the time required to transport materials between stages of the production process. This, in turn, can increase the overall throughput of the production line.
Automated material handling systems can also improve safety by minimizing the need for human workers to handle heavy or dangerous materials. This can reduce the risk of injuries and accidents in the workplace.
Precision is how we have made our mark. Our attention to detail allows us to provide dies and tooling to achieve some of the tightest tolerances for blanking operations across a variety of industries. Contact us today to find out how our Precision Tool & Die engineering can help you achieve accuracy, consistency, and efficiency.
Fine blanking can produce a range of complex parts with tight tolerances, including gears, sprockets, and other components used in the automotive, aerospace, and medical industries. It is often used when a high degree of precision and accuracy is required, and when the parts must have a smooth and flat surface finish.
One of the benefits of fine blanking is that it allows for the high-volume production of parts with minimal secondary processing required. This reduces production costs and lead times. Fine blanking is also ideal for producing parts with complex geometries, which would be difficult or impossible to achieve with other manufacturing processes.
Case Packing and Palletizing are solutions that all production-based businesses need. EagleMatic offers custom solutions for these end-of-line processes in order to provide a complete, turn-key system to our customers.
This coupled with our precision tooling and/or value-added engineering allows us to be a one-stop-shop for all your automation and production needs.
Automated case packing systems can be customized to fit the specific needs of the manufacturing process, with features such as adjustable speed and direction, real-time monitoring, and the ability to handle a wide variety of products and packaging formats. They can also be integrated with other systems in the production line, such as quality control systems and inventory management systems.
Case packing on an automated line is an essential component of modern manufacturing, allowing for efficient, reliable, and safe packaging of products at high speeds.
When developing systems with such high accuracy, we need to assure our customers that this is being achieved every time. To do so, we develop custom part inspection systems to integrate into our automated systems. This allows us to guarantee that you are getting the high standard product to your customers every single time.
Vision systems use cameras and software to capture images of parts and analyze them for defects or deviations from the required specifications. These systems can detect defects such as cracks, chips, and missing features, as well as measure dimensions and check for correct orientation and assembly.
Gauges and probes are used to measure specific dimensions and features of parts, such as hole size, thread depth, and surface roughness. These measurements can be compared to the required specifications to ensure that parts are within the required tolerances.
Sensors are used to detect the physical characteristics of parts, such as weight, temperature, and vibration. These measurements can be used to identify defects or irregularities that may not be visible to the naked eye.
Part inspection can also improve quality control by identifying defects and deviations from the required specifications early in the production process. This can reduce the need for rework and scrap, as well as improve customer satisfaction by ensuring that finished products meet the required quality standards.
Accumulating and feeding parts to optimize production flow is something that all assembly and manufacturing facilities face today. Our accumulation and feed systems have handled various parts from primer caps to bio-degradable plates. No matter the part or process, we can offer a robust solution to properly stage, orientate, or accumulate to fulfill your needs.
Part feeding on an automated production line is the process of delivering individual parts from a bulk supply to the production line, where they are used in the manufacturing process. It is a critical component of modern manufacturing, enabling the efficient and reliable delivery of parts to the production line at high speeds.
In an automated production line, part feeding systems typically use specialized equipment, such as vibratory feeders, belt feeders, and robotic feeders. These systems are designed to handle a wide variety of parts, including small and fragile parts, and can be customized to fit the specific needs of the production process.
Part feeding systems can be integrated with other systems in the production line, such as part inspection systems, to ensure that parts are delivered to the production line in the correct orientation and without defects.