Dispensing & Placement

Midwest Engineered Systems has delivered many high-accuracy controlled dispensing and placement applications for our customers. Our dispensing and placement systems are focused on high accuracy precision, high-speeds to maximize output, and product versatility for a variety of different applications.  Midwest Engineered Systems has delivered many high-accuracy controlled dispensing and placement applications for our customers. Our dispensing and placement systems are focused on high accuracy precision, high-speeds to maximize output, and product versatility for a variety of different applications.  

Automated Dispensing and Placement Applications 

Automated dispensing machines and robotic systems can rapidly and repeatedly dispense many different materials. This can save manufacturing companies valuable time, safety and equipment training costs and reduce overall labor demands.

Many manufacturing and assembly processes depend on the efficiency of robotic dispensing systems. A major application in automated dispensing systems is fluid dispensing. Whether batch- or inline-dispensing, automated systems are capable of dispensing fluids such as gaskets, coatings, sealants, solder paste, adhesives. Software that provides motion control for automated dispensing systems permits the intuitive programming of fluid arcs, patterns, stripes or dots on more than one type of plane.

Automated dispensing goes beyond fluids, however. A company may require construction tape or electrical wire to be dispensed in industrial-size amounts at a rapid pace. Another company may have industrial-sized vats of concrete that need to be dispensed in precise amounts and locations.

One leading application of automated dispensing and placement systems is in the field of medicine. Automated dispensing robots can dispense medications in the proper amounts, ensuring that production runs are filled properly. Robotic dispensing systems also increase efficiency by optimizing production process, increasing efficiently and cutting costs at the same time.

Automated dispensing operates through programming software, and robotic systems allowing the system to run at high-speeds and with high-precision, without the constant presence of a human operator. These systems can use automated weight-scale verification, which means better quality control, full digitally-recorded traceability and reduced variability of each manufactured product or batch. The weighing process and its results are stored by the system and can be displayed for purposes such as regulatory reviews or product releases.

Vision systems are another system that can be integrated with automated dispensing and placement systems. These vision systems can provide on-screen previews of paths for dispensing products. Vision systems can be installed on the proper axes for robotic systems such as 3-axis and 4-axis robots.

Industries that Benefit from Automated Dispensing

Many industries use automated dispensing and placement systems, including:

  • Industrial Construction and Components Manufacturing

  • Manufacturing Processes

  • Pharmaceuticals/Medicine Packaging

  • Electrical Maintenance Construction

  • Automotive Production

  • Aerospace Fabrication Process

  • Water Delivery System Production

  • Food and Consumer Product Packaging

Advantages for Customers of Dispensing Systems

Automation in dispensing provides the following advantages:

  • Reduction in human error

  • Programmable

  • Increased productivity

  • Reduced labor demand

  • Applicable to many material types

  • Reduced safety costs

  • Less equipment downtime

  • Increased repeatability

 

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