The MAP-200 series consists of seven independent and different training systems.
MAP-201 – Part feeder with detector and ejector for incorrect parts
Gravity feeds parts which are checked for orientation. If the part is incorrectly positioned, it is rejected.
MAP-202 – Vacuum-held handling device with two shafts
Performs a Pick & Place movement of a part using vacuum grippers
MAP-203 – Vertical revolving handling device with internal gripper
Moves a part from one position to another using a rotating manipulator fitted with an inside gripper.
MAP-204 – Horizontal rotolinear handling device with external gripper
Transfers a part from one position to another using a roto-linear manipulator fitted with an external gripper.
MAP-205 – Assembly minicell
Integrates the four systems: MAP-201, MAP-202, MAP-203, MAP-204, to form an assembly minicell. The troubleshooting simulation system TROUB-200 is included. TROUB-200 generates up to 16 different breakdowns to be diagnosed by the user.
MAP-206 – Handling device using electric actuators
The MAP-206 can perform several handling operations on metal parts using a system of 3 electrical Cartesian axes, two of them servo-controlled.
MAP-207 – Handling device for parts classification
This system performs an automated process of classification and rejection of components made of various materials and sizes.
Each of the above carries out a simple assembly process by reproducing subsets of more complex processes found in industry. They can all incorporate the TROUB-200 trouble-shooting simulation system. Each is offered in three different versions to meet each client’s different requirements: