Automated System Assembles Window Valves

April 2009
Assembly;Apr2009, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p27
The article focuses on an automated, six-station assembly system, built by DEPRAG Inc. and used by WIN Products GmbH in manufacturing innovative window system. The assembly system helps WIN Product to produce 2.5 million units of high-quality window valves needed by market annually. Each station performs different operations to create the window valves.


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