Sep 06 :
Bosch : BOSCH has ordered a production snoxCustomDesign AGV installation from us plus six conveyors
Nov 11 :
May 11 :
Mar 11 :
CFIA Rennes 2011
Vehicle used for coupling the chassis andframe
8 banks control injection pumps
Link between production lines for transport of boxes
Evacuation of production lines by 1 snoxCart
Delivery of raw materials and finished products evacuation
The AGV used production lines
AGV equipped to put coins on automated workstation
Delivery trays martyrs by AGV equipped conveyor chains
Association between two conveyors of production
Automation of a standard K LINDE, with 12m of lift height
Shipping line edges by 1 snoxCart
Transport very long items (max.: 1500 kg)
Delivery and disposal of plastic containers
Supplying an input conveyor line in stacks of pallets
Evacuation and food production lines.
The snoxCart is ideal for simple and repetitive tasks. It can carry a variety of products, pull standard pallet trucks by automatically uncoupling the items at the required spot, etc.
The automated guided cart communicates with a central computer which in turn controls up to 200 AGVs (Automated Guided Vehicles) simultaneously.
It is often used for linking various production lines or buildings, or as a link between a storage warehouse and production machines.
The carrier version of the automated guided cart can be placed at the end of the production line or in parallel to the conveyor for load transfer purposes.
In its simple and robust design, we focused on an AGV's essential components: motorisation (propulsion and steering), guidance modules, I/O management, safety control, running of programs and battery integration.
Of course, the snoxCart AGV can be fitted with far more sophisticated functions in order to satisfy your project requirements exactly (see data table).
|AGV snoxCart caracteristics
|Functions||Carrier or tractor
|Dimensions L x W x H (mm)||870 x 600 x 500 (excluding upper section)
Dimensions vary depending on the loads to be carried or pulled
|Weight with/without batteries (kg)||160/100 (variable, depending on the load to be moved)|
|Load||800 kg carried, and up to 2.5 tonnes pulled|
|Speed||0 to 1.2 m/s|
|Batteries||Lead or NiCad (Nickel Cadmium) – boost charge|
|Guidance methods||Optical guidance, wire guidance, laser guidance|
|Positioning||RFID sensors, proximity sensors|
|Project challenge||Automated link between storage warehouse and production workshop
|Specific project features||