mMS is based on functional units simulating work steps within the entire production process. They can be combined to simulate an entire production line. While assembling and programming semi-finished and finished parts trainees extend their skills in manufacturing methods. They enhance PLC programming skills and learn to automate working processes.
We will exhibit our mechatronic system VerSort which deals with the processes of material supply, separation, transport, testing and sorting.
Our industrial models are superbly suited for an entry into automation and PLC technology. From control systems engineering to programming as well as from ‘basics’ up to highly complex processes you can carry out a wide range of tasks using the models based on real-world systems.
We will present our model ‘car wash line’ which simulates a fully automated car wash for passenger cars. Under realistic conditions students learn how to programme the automated washing process.
The concept of our project works is a key factor for basic knowledge in manual material processing. All project works comprise a material kit, semi-finished and standard components and a documentation with instructions for trainees and trainers.
Students will learn to manufacture the ‘Formula 1 Racing Car’. Meanwhile they learn how to organize a small project and to evaluate their work results. In the end they will succeed by having built a functional solar model car with two electric motors.
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The Sorting System Compact 4.0 is Christiani’s most recent product innovation. In order to offer the best possible training solutions for automation technology the existing Mechatronic System SSC2P2H has been extended and updated. The Sorting System Compact 4.0 meets now the high standards of smart manufacturing. Key features of the new mechatronic system are the following:
cloud-based control functions -- site-independent live monitoring -- product tracking via RFID
In a clear design the compact mechatronic system displays important applications of industry 4.0 within the production process so future professionals have high tech and up-to-date training opportunities. Generally, split into a processing and a sorting unit the system covers a complete production line as both segments are able to communicate with one another. The following sequences of production are illustrated:
The Sorting System Compact 4.0 offers you to teach your students the principles and applications of smart manufacturing.