Conveyor belt automation is a problem that many customers need to consider in the automation equipment, especially for the pipeline equipment. As the key equipment in the pipeline equipment, the problems in the pressurized packer cannot be ignored. Next, we will introduce the transmission mode of the conveyor belt.
Conveyor belt automation transmission mode: continuous transmission means that the working pallet moves at a constant speed all the time while keeping the working head synchronized. After the operation is completed, the working head returns to the initial position, and then keeps synchronized with the workpiece pallet; or, the working head moves on the tangent line of the trajectory around the pallet's moving foot in either case, it keeps the distance between the working head and the workpiece pallet. Complete the assembly operation within a certain distance. A continuous conveyor is widely used in many industries, such as food additive or cosmetics, in which bottles or cans must be filled with liquid.
Conveyor belt automation transfer mode: the intermittent transfer is a more commonly used system for automatic assembly: the tray is transferred intermittently, while the working head remains fixed. Generally, all the work-piece pallets are transferred at the same time, and then the pallets are kept for a fixed time to ensure the completion of the assembly operation. This method is mainly called the indexing machine, and the typical types of indexing machines are rotary type and line type. For the rotary indexing machine, the indexing table stops the workpiece tray under different working heads in turn and completes the product assembly in the process of rotating the table for one circle. Therefore, the finished product can be moved away after each indexing and transposition at a proper station.