Five-piece door and face frame
assembly can be cumbersome, labor-intensive operations that slow
production and produce inconsistent product. Stiles Machinery has
the solution: the SysTech Automated Door
Component Assembly (ADCA) station, a modular unit that integrates
with a cabinet assembly line to produce as many as 10 doors per
minute. Set-up and operation are simple. Stiles and rails are
loaded into a magazine; glue and fasteners (pins or nails) are also
incorporated with the station. Door panels are fed into the unit
and are automatically
glued, fastened and ejected. The ADCA unit allows for any type of
application and is CNC controlled, so it automatically adjusts for
the size of the batch being run. It can also be merged with
additional automation devices and moved through to a stacking
station or finishing operation. You save time. You save space. You
make more doors . . . and more profit.
Working in concert with SysTech Handling, Stiles Machinery brings the SysTech Automated Door Component Assembly
(ADCA) station to the woodworking industry. Developed for
five-piece door and face frame assembly, the ADCA unit promotes
cost-effective automation through increased productivity, efficiency,
reliability, repeatability and profitability.
Advantages and Benefits
Integrating the ADCA station into your
woodworking operations offers improvements that range from
ergonomics to plant capacity to finished product quality.
- Increased productivity - increase the
production capacity of face frames and 5-piece doors by
automating this traditionally time-consuming operation. The
ADCA station allows for continuous assembly.
- Decreased dependency on manpower -
automates a typically labor-intensive operation.
- Increased consistency / repeatability
- the ADCA station repeats the same precise process for each workpiece, assuring consistency and
- Decreased floor space required -
whether current production is manual or semi-automatic, the
ADCA station is a modular design that can be integrated within
an existing production line by Stiles.
- Increased flexibility - door and face
frame construction can be completed with multiple types of
glues and nails/pins and any combination of both. Construction
can also accommodate tongue and groove or dowel joints, as
well as all sizes of parts.
View streamed video featuring Systech Automated Door Assembly Equipment at www.stilesvideos.com.
call David Haire at (416) 951-9505.