The perfect combination of flexibility and dynamics
Fakuma 2015: RAMPF Production Systems presents DC-CNC 800 low-pressure mixing and dispensing system for 2D and 3D application of casting, sealing, and adhesive systems
With the DC-CNC 800 low-pressure mixing and dispensing system, RAMPF Production Systems is presenting the perfect solution for users requiring a compact machine construction without compromising on control technology – Fakuma 2015, hall B2, booth 2203.
The DC-CNC 800 low-pressure mixing and dispensing system is the best choice for the 2D and 3D application of casting, sealing, and adhesive systems. Featuring an integrated material preparation system, the machine has the capability to be fit with optional piston and gear pumps. Further advantages include the CNC Siemens Sinumerik modular control system and integrated process control for continuous monitoring of pressure, fill level, and speed
The system can also be optionally equipped with a high-pressure rinse agent recycling and water rinsing systems as well as numerous other automated equipment components depending on the application in question. Further features: standardized operating concepts for sliding tables, rotary index plates, and conveyor feeds.
“The DC-CNC 800 has also been fitted with larger tanks, enabling small containers to be fully filled in a single step,” explains Hartmut Storz, Director of Sales & Marketing at RAMPF Production Systems. The larger tanks improve material processing, thus ensuring more material-friendly homogenization and faster degassing.
In addition, the DC-CNC 800 can be fitted with the MS-C mixing system for dispensing rates of 0.1 g/sec and higher, and the integration of vacuum barrel presses for gap fillers is also possible. “Accessibility has also been significantly improved for maintenance work on the piston and gear pumps and controls,” Storz points out.
“With the DC-CNC 800, we provide a high-quality dispensing system that is flexible in its programming and has optional interfaces for all common manufacturing execution systems,” says Hartmut Storz. The DC-CNC 800 is also used, amongst others, in the electrical industry, where it ensures exceptional process reliability when applying highly-filled heat dissipation materials to electronic assemblies. Visitors to Fakuma 2015 from 13. – 17. September in Friedrichshafen, Germany, will be able to see this for themselves at the RAMPF booth, where the system will process a highly conductive casting material.