Upgrade your efficiency. Automatically.
With the new Generation Five of
WEISS rotary indexing tables.
ROTARY INDEXING TABLE FOR THE
AUTOMATION OF TOMORROW.
FIFTH GENERATION. HIGHER LOAD CAPACITY – SMALLER FOOTPRINT
With the fifth generation of its rotary indexing tables, WEISS is now taking a further, resolute step towards fulfilling customer wishes for more flexibility, resource efficiency and speed. Moreover, the series of products creates easy access to production digitalization for system integrators, plant manufacturers and users.
"The new generation of rotary indexing tables makes it easier for users to approach digital production automation gradually. The series’ technological basis was completely revised. WEISS has created a new mechatronic platform with significantly enhanced performance data. The combination of rotary indexing table, motor, controls and the digital functions of the future is harmonized such that the solution can be seamlessly integrated into an overall system and the required data are made transparent and easily accessible."
Uwe Weiss, CEO WEISS World
ROTARY INDEXING TABLE
FOR THE AUTOMATION OF TOMORROW.
WEISS is taking its fixed-cycle, freely programmable rotary indexing tables to a new level. Strictly oriented to market and customer requirements, the new generation makes it easier for users to approach digital production automation gradually. The technological basis of the series was completely revised. The result is a new mechatronic platform with significantly enhanced performance data.
The new TC-N rotary indexing tables are up to 38 percent faster at the same load. An increase in the axial force by a factor of 2 enables users to resort to a smaller size so that higher cycle numbers can be achieved at the same load. At low cycle numbers, the load can increase accordingly.
The rotary indexing tables’ modularity facilitates adaptation to a wide range of applications. Users can choose the right design from five configuration options for motor and gear unit mounting.
With the fifth generation there is a Smart Board installed. It is a user interface for visual interaction and among other functions, provides information on the operating state of the rotary indexing table. It alerts users to possible measures for keeping the rotary indexing table in good condition. In the further evolution of WEISS rotary indexing tables, the smart board will become the interface for digitalization.
TC-N with eCam offers up to 25 % shorter overall cycle times due to overlapping the cam. This increases output many times over, especially in large-series production. WEISS combines the advantages of a servo motor with the high-precision fixed-cycle cylinder cam.
Fixed-cycle rotary indexing table
The distinguishing features of the fixed-cycle rotary indexing tables of the TC-N series are their high precision and long service life. They are driven by a cylinder cam and an asynchronous motor. The customer can determine the installation position. To make full use of the overall performance of the rotary indexing table, WEISS offers the right motors and controls for the TC-N series.
TC-N with eCam
Fixed-cycle rotary indexing table
Freely programmable CR-N rotary indexing table
This fixed-cycle rotary indexing table combines the advantages of a servo motor with the high-precision fixed-cycle cylinder cam. Overlapping the cam shortens the overall cycle times. The motion is generated by overlapping the movement profile of the servo motor and the mechanical guide profile on the cam. By using eCam technology, a rotary indexing table of the same size can move a specified load in a short time. TC-N with eCam is available as a package consisting of a rotary indexing table, motor, PLC, regulator and controller.
"Software makes a difference. It is an integral part of product development."
My Name is Sebastian Haas and I am a software developer at WEISS.
"Today, our customers expect more support for configuration and more status data for condition monitoring. Tomorrow they will ask for interfaces for the networked production of the future."
My name is Helen Bahndorf. I am studying industrial engineering at WEISS..
"Digitization enables individualization
and mass customization. Therefore the process steps must be flexible, networked, and above all, mobile."
My name is Patrick Chan and I am Southeast Asia Sales Director at WEISS.
"Modularity is the key to short concept development phases, greater transparency and custom solutions. "
My name is Sven Felgendreher. I am Digital Marketing Manager at WEISS.
"Our digitalization projects are consistently oriented to market and customer needs. Based on an efficient process landscape and transparent data. "
My name is Xiuying Fang and I work in Global
Sales at WEISS.
"Digitalization is an ongoing, continuous process. Cooperation and collaboration are key. Platforms and data sharing define the future. "
My name is Sarah Maurer, Event Marketing Manager at WEISS.
"Innovation must drive customers forward. Collaborations and partnerships also play an important role."
My name is Georg Ebner, and I am Vice President
of Global Operations at WEISS.
"Partnerships offer enormous potential for developing innovative solutions and business models. "
My name is Markus Bode, and I am Head of Production at WEISS.
"The platform economy will change machine and component manufacturing. Not today, but soon."
My name is Johannes Bundschuh, and I am a technical contact in the In-House Sales department at WEISS.