LASER MARKING for terminal blocks

In this marking machine, E/A terminal blocks are marked using two lasers. The designation, the order number and the circuit diagram are applied to the side, on the front, numbers are applied to the diodes and the terminal block designation is depicted.

The terminal blocks are fed into the machine by means of changer magazines. The terminal blocks are pushed into the rotary table’s holders one-by-one. The rotary table moves them on a cycle basis into the laser protection area, where they are then marked. The terminal blocks are then transported across the rotary table to the extraction station where they are pushed out of the holders and are stacked in the changer magazines. 

The machine can mark up to 800 terminal blocks every hour.


The apparatus solders the connection buttons with non-tin plated cable ends. This entails cable ends being manually inserted into the terminal block units of the cycled turn table, while the connection buttons are automatically fed from a bowl feeder.

The soldering wire is fed from the roll to the soldering iron and is warmed through induction there. The finished parts are extracted automatically by means of a slide.

The apparatus is an example of various small apparatuses as a manual work station.


The MC 1200 has been developed in collaboration with the company Multicard for sending pre-fabricated cards.

The pre-addressed labels are attached to the cards’ backings and are enclosed with PET film, which is then stuck onto the paper. A well-developed software and the card management system developed by Multicard makes it possible to individually steer from the processing of the address data and through to the attachment of the cards onto the backings.

You can find more information on the Firma Multicard.


ASSEMBLY MACHINE for spring slat adapters


In this assembly machine, adapters are attached to spring slats for bed bases, onto which spring elements are later laid. To do this, the slats are pre-drilled and the adapter is subsequently pressed on automatically.


The spring slats are made available individually by a manually loaded buffer magazine. A servomotorically driven tool slide with holding-down clamps secures the slats in place and transports them to the drilling station.


At the same time, bowl feeders individually separate the adapters. These are transported to a pick & place station on linear rails and are then placed on the spring slats after having been drilled. The finished spring slats are pushed onto an output table after assembly.

LIGHT CONCEALS machining centre

This flexible processing machine is designed to saw, drill and mark where needed various edge strips, borders, hood mouldings as well as light conceals and plinth panels, as required.

The component to be marked is inserted manually upon need or after input of the parameter data. After the component is fed through the material feed, the length is measured and correctly positioned for further processing. Subsequently, it is processed in one or more steps, depending on the requirements.

Fixing holes are inserted into the workpiece, a label is applied and the given length is then sawn. The existing saw unit allows an angular adjustment of + 67.5 ° to -67.5 °. Finally, the processed component is automatically discharged


We develop dynamic and efficient fixtures for a wide range of industries. Depending on the requirements, serial production of products can be produced much more effectively.


A good example is the pressing fixture. Plastic caps are pressed into a dryer air-flow. The components are manually inserted and then directly aligned with each other by the holder.



The components are checked for completeness by operating the two-hand control. Simultaneously, the presence of pre-installed filter mats behind the air grids is ensured using the help of colour sensors. The position of the pneumatic lift serves to check that the plastic cap is locked.



  • Separating, labeling and sorting books, CDs, DVDs or similar 
  • Packing facility for various media 
  • CNC milling and drilling machine for aluminum profiles 
  • Fully automatic mitre saw for aluminum profiles 
  • Furniture doorframe press with automatic alignment of the mitres 
  • Transport and handling systems for various workpieces, carriers and containers 
  • Changer magazine system for dishwasher rear walls 
  • Assembly carrousel for workpiece carriers in the "white goods" area 
  • Cutting systems and packing facility for insulating hoses