HellermannTyton: Fully Automated Cable Harness Production

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Fully Automated Cable Harness Production in the Automotive Industry

Are you interested in fully automatic cable harness production?

In the automotive sector, for example, the complexity of the individual tasks is reduced to such an extent that many functions can be automated and robots are assigned these tasks. Reliable and time-saving work is immensely important, especially with regard to sensor wiring harnesses in the field of autonomous driving.

By using our Autotool systems ATS3080 and AT2000 CPK in combination with a robot, you get a fully automatic binding process for cable ties and fastening elements. Advantages include an increase in overall productivity and time savings while maintaining the high quality of the binding processes.

Features and Benefits:

  • Fully automated binding process for cable ties and fastening elements
  • Increase in overall productivity and time savings while maintaining the high quality of the binding processes

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