At Automechanika 2017, Pryor will be showcasing its comprehensive range of solutions for identifying and tracing parts in the automotive manufacturing process. Visitors to the Pryor stand will see the company’s fully automated systems for VIN marking on chassis, engines and gearboxes using laser, dot peen and scribe engraving. Visitors will also get to experience the marking process first-hand. Pryor will have its robot demonstrator on-stand, showcasing automatic marking on an engine.
This features a high definition vision system to identify a feature on the engine and automatically place the mark in the correct location, as well as carrying out a 100% check of mark quality, with all data being recorded and stored for full traceability.
In addition, Pryor will be presenting its latest laser marking capabilities. These include high speed, on-the-fly laser marking of metal and plastic components, providing part traceability in under 0.5s and deep laser engraving for high speed and high quality engraved marks.
Systems on show will feature Pryor’s new embedded control system, the 4000 Controller. This latest generation control system, which features a 10.4” industrial grade touchscreen, is what the company claims to be one of the most robust, reliable and user friendly models on the market and is suitable for error-free marking in the automotive sector.
Pryor’s team of experts will be on hand throughout the event to answer questions visitors may have on traceability in the automotive sector. They’ll also be available to discuss the company’s identification and traceability solutions and how they can ensure ultimate component traceability, process control and data capture.
This year’s Automechanika takes place on 6th-8th June at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham, UK. Visitors to the show will find Pryor at stand 6f31.