At JCR, we design custom machinery for both individual work cells and larger scale assembly lines. The machines pictured here show recent projects in several different industries.
The XYZ Table uses a computer program to apply adhesive to windows for the RV industry. The Pump Vane Assembly System uses magazines to insert 12 vanes into a common rotor. The lattice glue machine was designed to reduce manual labor for a plastic lattice manufacturer. This machine places a precise amount of heated glue at each intersection of plastic lattice strips.
The Poppet Valve Machine receives a poppet valve from the operator and performs torque and part inspection operations on the valve. Rejected valves are automatically discarded and compliant valves are engraved with a part number and placed in a bin. The Material Handling System is used to cut, lift, and convey strips of auto door trim to the next part of the assembly process. The Hose Cutter cuts a piece of wire overbraided teflon hose to a precise length, then inserts the hose through two collars and places the intermediate assembly on one of two conveyor belts.