October 2017

Manipulate workpieces of up to 2,000 kg

By | October 24th, 2017|materials handling|

Schreiber centrick 4s bro 190216_1 The new Centrick High-tech Manipulator from Roemheld enables the tilting and turning of heavy workpieces up to 2,000 kg in weight.  The articulated arms can endlessly and continuously rotate workpieces and tilt them up to 90 degrees. This latest addition to the Modulog range of assembly and handling technology can tilt and turn products of any shape.  It is ergonomic, space saving and efficient. Unlike conventional tilting and turning fixtures, the Centrick moves components close to its centre of gravity so the working [...]

September 2017

ROEMHELD OPENS NEW MANUFACTURING CENTRE

By | September 12th, 2017|Workholding|

The Roemheld Group has opened a new Stark manufacturing centre in Rankweil, Austria.  This 6,000m2 building officially opened at the beginning of July and houses the latest manufacturing equipment and systems.  This investment in technology includes new turn-mill centres, CNC grinding machines and a 3D measuring machine for use with large parts. From this factory, Roemheld will continue to develop its Stark zero point mounting range.  Stark zero point combines high accuracy with ease of use and enables end users to reduce set-up times while increasing productivity. Terry O’Neill, Managing [...]

April 2017

PALLET VICE PROVES GRIPPING TO VISITORS TO SOUTHERN MANUFACTURING

By | April 10th, 2017|Hydraulics|

The low cost PC80 pallet vice proved one of the star attractions on the Roemheld stand at Southern Manufacturing.  A demand for increasing automation led to visitors enquiring about this 5-Axis vice as it is ideal for use in pallet magazines within automated systems. Visitors also expressed great interest in the latest zero point and assembly and handling systems on display on the stand. Terry O’Neill, Managing Director of Roemheld (UK), said: “We had a great show.  As manufacturers ourselves, Roemheld understands the changing needs of the industry and we [...]

October 2016

ROEMHELD CLEANS UP QDC WITH ELECTRO-MECHANICAL WEDGE CLAMPS

By | October 20th, 2016|Injection Moulding|

Roemheld has introduced a new range of programmable, electro-mechanical wedge clamps for sliding tables, injection moulding machines and presses. These offer a hydraulic-free solution for automatic clamping even in clean room conditions. Roemheld electro-mechanical wedge clamps are suitable for a wide range of applications where oil-free clamping is required, making them ideal for use in purely electrical machines, the food industry and in clean rooms. Because all functions are monitored electrically, the wedge clamps can be easily integrated into automated systems. The 24 Volt version of the wedge clamp offers [...]

August 2016

NEW ROEMHELD COMPACT HYDRAULIC SLIDING CLAMP

By | August 19th, 2016|Tooling|

Roemheld has introduced a range of compact, hydraulic sliding clamps designed for clamping in tight spaces on systems, press beds and rams. The new “compact” version provides the same clamping force as the “classic” sliding clamp, but both the size and the weight have been reduced. A new ergonomic design with recessed grips and rounded edges for simple insertion into the T-slots has made handling safer and installation easier. The new Roemheld compact sliding clamp is ideally suited for retrofitting without the need for standardisation of the width and depth [...]

June 2016

ROEMHELD MATERIALS’ HANDLING SUPPORTS MEDICAL ENGINEERING

By | June 20th, 2016|Uncategorised|

Laboratory technology provider, Thermo Fisher Scientific, has developed an ergonomically designed production line for the manual assembly of a new model series of incubators. The company’s priorities were operator health, process product quality, with time and cost considerations taking second place. In the development of the assembly workstations, Thermo Fisher Scientific liaised with ROEMHELD for assembly and handling technology. The new "Heracell Vios" incubators were intended for medical engineering and health research, where they would be used for cultivating human and animal cells. Target customers were universities, research laboratories and [...]