Customers of assembly and handeling machines expect high production speed with top quality, but with high flexibility, low investment and high recyclability.
These allegations are not new and was the guiding principle in the development of flexible assembly machines for engineering company Lanco (former OKU) in Baden-Württemberg Winterbach already 40 years ago,
What resulted was machine series Okumat! and the subsequent advanced concepts machine Lean Cell and Quick Cell. In these machines, the user is solely responsible for the introduction of the particular know-how, so its specific needs can be met.
Nowadays, many companies are no longer in a position to spare time and personnel for development results and tests of machine projects. A major trend in the automation of production processes is that customers put more responsibility on the supplier to develop and provide improved solutions.
To meet these needs, Lanco today expanded its range of services and gives so even FMEA analysis or qualification of assembly plants. The success confirms that this concept, Oku-machine meets great demand both at home and abroad.