The compact Wire Terminal 24 or 36 fully automated wire processing machine ensures efficient, cost-effective wire processing. Up to 36 different wires in cross-sections ranging from 0.5mm^2 to 2.5mm^2 may be processed fully automatically without retooling. The optional print system prints the wires in black or white, then transfers them to downstream process stages via a controlled ordering system capable of accommodating up to 1300 processed wires. All production data can be read and processed via suitable interfaces. Manual logging of wire lists id likewise supported.
The modular, space-saving wire store and wire routing system for the Wire Terminal. Six wire drums are stored on each of the two levels in a space-saving design. Depending on the number of wires used, the fully automatic wire processing machine may be fitted with additional wire stores (central, left, right), each with space for 12 wire containers (see table on page 55 for selection).
The Wire Terminal may be fi tted with wire guides for 24 or 36 wires. Wires are fed in via a 24-/36-wire feed magazine which is horizontally adjustable and controlled via a servo-motor NC axis. Wires are clamped by a springassisted clamp which is pneumatically released during the wire feed process.
To ensure optimum positioning of the origin/destination on the wires, the Wire Terminal may be fi tted with black, white or both marking systems. Multiple insulation stripping and crimping machines may also be integrated via an optional lift.
The processed wires are sorted into their individual orders by the removal handling system in the removal unit, to which end up to 13 wire rails are inserted in the removal magazine. A servomotor-controlled linear guide monitored by a limit switch positions the removal magazine horizontally on the rail.