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Precision assembly within a fraction of a second: RTS from teamtechnik

Image caption: Meet the speed: high-speed RTS assembly system from teamtechnik at FAKUMA 2017
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At FAKUMA 2017 in Friedrichshafen teamtechnik Group will be demonstrating its fastest assembly system, the Ring Transfer System (RTS). Exceptional performance and small foot print make the RTS ideal for the economical mass production of plastic assemblies.

From October 17 to 21, 2017 and under the motto ‘Meet the Speed’, the high-speed Ring Transfer System will be on display at the FAKUMA trade fair for plastics processing. The production output of the RTS is remarkable: on a foot print of barely 2 square meters for the smallest model, the system can achieve 120 cycles per minute - while offering the highest level of energy efficiency. 
Ulrich Traffa, a member of the Executive Board of teamtechnik subsidiary teamtechnik Automation, adds: ‘For companies with high unit volumes, the high-speed RTS system is extremely economical. Our customers have confirmed production capacity levels of up to a hundred million parts per year. These are figures that are of great interest for mass production in the plastics industry.’
With its own competence center for feeder and palleting systems, teamtechnik can ensure an uninterrupted supply of parts for the assembly process, even for delicate or highly sensitive parts.

The RTS features a mechanical curve system driven by a servomotor. This exceptionally robust technology guarantees a reliably high output and high system availability over a period of decades. Alongside these properties, the system's extremely low power consumption adds to its economic efficiency. In TCO (total cost of ownership) calculations the RTS stands out for low costs over its overall service live.

teamtechnik, a market leader in systems and process technology, maintains its market position through its use of future-oriented technology. The company creates production systems for the automotive, medical, and solar power industries.



A short portrait: teamtechnik Group

teamtechnik Group is one of the international market leaders for production technology, assembly and functional test systems. The company, based in Freiberg, Germany, specializes in the development and construction of customer-specific automation solutions for the automotive, medical, and solar sectors and is regarded as a technology leader with high process expertise. teamtechnik was founded in 1976 and today has production sites in Germany, Poland, China, and the USA. With over 900 employees worldwide the systems manufacturer achieves a turnover of €150 million.