Building Modules help design automatic assembly systems.

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For designing and building small assembly machines, use of AGILESLIMS eliminates need to use dials or extruded aluminum conveyors. Modules, made of cast ductile iron, are attached to each other by bolts and keys, and components can be used to elongate or reconfigure machines. Using AGILE ASSEMBLY building block components, products are mounted in carrousel, over and under, or walking beam configurations, resulting in open, accessible, and redeployable machines.



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Swanson Agile Slims: The New Way to Design and Build Automatic Assembly Machines


AGILESLIMS are the new way to design and build small assembly machines substituting the need to use dials or extruded aluminum conveyors.

AGILESLIM components share exactly the same characteristics as their larger product sister, AGILECELLS.

AGILESLIM modules are made of cast ductile iron and are attached to each other by bolts and keys so that their precise, 100% dimensionally warranted components can be used to elongate or reconfigure a machine at any time.

Using companion AGILE ASSEMBLY building block components, AGILESLIMS are easily mounted in carrousel, over and under, or walking beam configurations. The result is an open, easily accessible, robust, and totally redeployable machine; suitable for assembly, gaging, testing, and processing operations.

Swanson AGILE ASSEMBLY offers both users and builders a refreshing new way to design and build machines with all the benefits of optimum functionality, minimum first time irretrievable costs, and much improved completion schedules.

AGILESLIMS make programs financially feasible; they accelerate time-to-market schedules; and, provide a sound machine foundation to assure long term operating performance.

To learn more about Swanson AGILESLIM and AGILE ASSEMBLY technology call 1-877-4-AGILITY or email info@agileassembly.com.

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