With the emerging era of intelligent manufacturing, worldwide famous metal stamping machine manufacturer – SEYI (Shieh Yih) Machinery (4533TT) partnered with international leading industrial robotics supplier ABB, offering customers professional metal stamping automation solutions.
Industrial applications and metal stamping materials are developing at an amazing speed. Besides improving the designs and functions of both mechanical and servo presses, SEYI Machinery is currently working strategically with ABB to be able to meet their client’s needs. Offering solutions like one press with one robot, one press with multiple robots, or multiple presses with multiple robots will allow customers to complete automatic production solutions. In addition, SEYI will be applying their “Intelligent Stamping Line Control System”, developed in-house, to offer more advanced metal stamping solutions that leads to the advantages of intelligent production.
“In this transforming age of manufacturing, it is unavoidable for operators to work with industrial robots. Robots spare operators from repeated and risky work, while greatly increasing the quality of stamped parts and productivity. Through the years, ABB has been an important partner for SEYI in developing automation systems. With the increasing customer requirements for automation, we have solid faith that win-win outcomes can be expected based on the cooperation between ABB and our company.” Chairman and CEO Ms. Claire Kuo said with great confidence.
SEYI customers can now experience live stamping automation. A demonstration cell has been set up at their headquarters, located in Taoyuan City, which shows the most advanced servo press of SEYI, together with ABB robots (SDG2-400 Straight Side Crank Servo Press automated with a 6 axis ABB IRB6700 robot plus a 7th linear axis and SD1-200 Solid Frame Crank Servo Press with a 6 axis ABB IRB4600 robots). All customers are warmly welcomed to visit SEYI’s demonstration cell during 2017 TIMTOS Taipei International Machine Tool Show, from March 7th to 12th 2017.
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