Abstract: An assembling device which does not use a positioning device for articles to be assembled, nor a feeder mechanism and a pneumatic mechanism for a bolt for assembling. The article assembling device includes a first robot which takes out and aligns a bolt by using a detection result of a first camera; a second robot which grips a first article by using a detection result of a second camera and conveys the first article to a position where the first article can be attached to a second article; and a bolt holding and fastening section which fastens the articles by using the aligned bolt.
Abstract: In the pocket hole apparatus of the present invention, a table reciprocates linearly relative to a base. An anvil is fixed relative to the base and holds the workpiece on a sloped top surface at the desired angle for the pocket hole. A drill spindle with a drill bit is fixed relative to the table. After the workpiece is mounted to the anvil, the table is moved to drill the pocket hole. Optionally, a second spindle on the opposite side of the anvil predrills the pocket hole when the table is first moved to a predrill position. The spindle is enabled or disabled by latching mechanism. The spindle is mounted to a rail that is slidably mounted to the table so that the rail can slide perpendicularly thereby adjusting the spacing between pocket holes.
Abstract: A vacuum mold includes a mold body with a molding surface. The mold body defines a plurality of extraction holes. Each extraction hole includes a first hole portion, a second hole portion, and a connecting portion connecting the first hole portion and second hole portion. The first hole portion is adjacent to the molding surface, and a diameter of the first hole portion is smaller than a diameter of the second hole portion.
December 29, 2008
January 7, 2010
SHENZHEN FUTAIHONG PRECISION INDUSTRY CO., LTD., FIH (HONG KONG) LIMITED
JIANG YU, JIAN-BIN DENG, YI ZHAO, BO LIU, SHAO-HUI ZHANG, QING-MING YUAN
Abstract: A Machining center in particular for cutting machining of at least one workpiece is proposed wherein at least said one workpiece is held by a clamping device, which can drive along at least one direction, and wherein a machining unit, which can drive along at least one direction, carries at least three tool spindles wherein each drives one tool, and wherein the relative movement necessary for the positioning and for the machining or the relative movement necessary for the machining and the positioning of said tool and said workpiece is carried out through the movement of said clamping device as well as through the movement of said machining unit.
Abstract: A multi-purpose machine tool is provides for high volume secondary operations. Multiple machining heads and eight degrees of freedom provide for maximum versatility and adaptability for convenient set-up.
Abstract: Apparatus for making numerous spaced-apart, radial holes in a tube includes a rotary index table that rotates intermittently through predetermined index angles of rotation and dwells between each rotation. A mandrel affixed to the index table receives the tube telescopically and holds the tube in a fixed position relative to the mandrel. A pair of self-feed drilling units mounted on opposite sides of the mandrel have output shafts that are driven intermittently in reciprocating motion along axes lying in a common plane with the longitudinal axis of the tube, the axis of each output shaft being perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the tube. Each output shaft carries a multiple-spindle head, and each spindle of the multiple-spindle head receives a drill bit.
Abstract: A glass plate automatic drilling and milling machine, adapted to provide for holes and/or openings having different size, configuration and positioning, comprises a support structure provided with rotating rollers (23, 24) for the sliding of the plates disposed on vertical or slightly inclined direction thereon, as well as comprising a grasping pliers (25) for grasping each plate and transferring it toward a drilling and milling unit (13) with fixed installation, which in turn is provided with two carriages (15, 16) identical and opposite symmetrically to each other. Each carriage is provided with spindles (29, 30, 31, 32) for supporting drills and milling cutters having different size, of which the spindles of each carriage operate alternatively in opposition to each other. At the end of machinings, the plates in case are passed through a glass-cleaning machine (20) for being cleaned and subsequently packed.
Abstract: An apparatus and method are provided for drilling thin-walled glass articles. The apparatus is comprised of a drilling machine having upper and lower triangulated arm assemblies to which opposing drills are attached. The arm assemblies pivot about a common shaft. The shaft is supported by a support assembly attached to a sliding table. First and second actuators mounted on the support assembly urge the arm assemblies to pivot about the shaft, thereby controlling the feed rate and stroke of the drills. In a second embodiment adapted to drill deep glass articles, the lower arm assembly has an intermediate frame which pivots about an upper shaft along with the upper arm assembly. The lower arm assembly also has a lower arm which pivots about a lower shaft under the urging of a third actuator, allowing the drill spindle attached to the lower arm to enter and withdraw from the deep article without scratching the sides of the article.
Abstract: An improved method for forming holes in a board and an improved apparatus for practicing the improved method. Two or three linear arrays of holes are punched through the board, through its expansive faces, in a punching zone. A punch and a die coacting with the punch are used to punch each punched hole, in a press comprising a pressing ram and a pressing bed, upon relative movement of the pressing ram and the pressing bed toward each other. The board is registered in the pressing zone, in a predetermined position, by engaging its opposite edges and its opposite ends. Plural holes are drilled into each end of the board in a drilling zone. A physical measurement is conducted in an inspecting zone, by inserting a probe into each drilled hole, so as to determine whether such drilled hole has been drilled to a minimum depth. These punching, drilling, and inspecting steps of the improved method are carried out in a series of automated operations of the improved apparatus.
Abstract: The present invention relates to a drill head having removable spindles. The spindles include a shaft adapted for receiving and rotating a drill. The shaft is also removably rotatable with the drilling unit. A mechanism for providing a coolant to the workpiece is coupled with the spindle.
Abstract: A machine is accomplished comprising two pairs of operating heads in which each pair includes two identical operating heads essentially opposite to each other equipped with chucks rotating on horizontal axes having at one end a conical housing for receiving a tool.Each head can be moved longitudinally and vertically and the corresponding conical housing faces a central cavity.A machining tool or a clamping tool for holding the part to be machined can be inserted into each housing, so that one or two opposite chucks support the part while it is machined by the tool or by the tools inserted into one or more of the remaining chucks.
Abstract: The invention relates to a machine tool for multiple surface machining having a work supporting device provided on a base and having a work supporting portion which is freely rotatable and freely adjustable in a vertical position, a slide base freely adjustably movable on the base in a horizontal direction toward and away from the work supporting device, a tool supporting table provided on the slide base, the tool supporting table being freely adjustably movable in a horizontal direction orthogonal to the direction of movement of the slide base, a vertical machining device mounted on the tool supporting table to perform machining from the upper direction on a workpiece that is supported by the work supporting portion, and a plurality of horizontal machining devices mounted on the tool supporting table to perform machining on the workpiece from the horizontal direction.
Abstract: The machine includes a feed-in station and a drilling station. The feed-in station comprises a carriage for advancing the glass sheets to be drilled. The carriage has a plurality of rollers, at least some of which are driving rollers, the rollers being effective to impart a forward movement to the glass sheet and are provided with a shroud with helical pattern ridges for combining this forward movement with an approaching movement of the glass sheet towards a reference element and an abutment member connected to the frame of the feed-in station and a gripper assembly for carrying said glass sheet towards an adjustable drilling position.
Abstract: A machine bed carries outer platens and a center platen mounted, for relative movement, on the bearing faces of guides, to effect the feed. The working face of the center platen, whereon a device for clamping the workpieces is mounted, is arranged in a vertical plane. The outer platens extend vertically and carry spindle heads mounted thereon. The bearing faces of the guides are disposed above the center of gravity of each one of the platens mounted thereon for a convenient loading of workpieces and for the removal of cutting fluid and chips by gravity.
December 27, 1979
Date of Patent:
October 5, 1982
Genrikh M. Goldraikh, Askold F. Dubinenko, Leonid V. Kapitelman, Viktor A. Krivak, Viktor Y. Livshits, Konstantin M. Manenkov, Semen M. Khomutov, Eduard N. Khomchenko
Abstract: Apparatus is provided for carrying, positioning and operating relatively unwieldy machine tools, such as heavy multiple-head drilling assemblies, upon massive flanged work-pieces, such as structural members for bridges, in order to more efficiently perform required operations upon the work-pieces, such as the pre-drilling of girders and their associated splice plates in a fabrication yard prior to field erection of the structure into which they will be assembled.
Abstract: A multiple spindle drilling machine for wide flange beams comprising at least a pair of wide flange beam supporting rollers for setting and supporting both the flanges of a wide flange beam, respectively, in a cantilevering manner at the drilling position of the wide flange beam, at least a pair of gripping members for gripping the wide flange beam from both the sides thereof so that the beam is not moved, a plurality of drills disposed so that they can move in the lateral direction and the widthwise direction of the wide flange beam for drilling the wide flange beam, and a device for moving at least one of said wide flange beam supporting rollers, said gripping members and said drills integrally in the widthwise direction of the wide flange beam.
Abstract: A multiple spindle drilling machine for wide flange beams comprising a guide member vertically movably disposed on a gear box, drills disposed on the guide member in two upper and lower lines, said drills being arranged so that when they are moved and brought close to a wide flange beam together with the gear box, flanges of the wide flange beam are drilled, sensing means having the top end capable of bearing against the web surface of the wide flange beam and attached to a part of the guide member, and a centering device for vertically moving said sensing means together with the guide member and stopping said vertical movement when the sensing means bears against the web surface of the wide flange beam, so that the central position between the two lines of the drills is made in agreement with the central position of the thickness direction of the web of the wide flange beam.
Abstract: A method for piercing a double plate for an H-beam by utilizing a multiple spindle H-beam piercing mill capable of piercing both flange portions and a web portion of the H-beam and a tool having a substantially H-shaped section and capable of being mounted on this piercing mill, in which the double plate for the H-beam is fixed to the tool and the double plate is pierced by the same drill arrangement as used for processing of the H-beam to which the double plate is to be attached.
Abstract: A multiple spindle drilling machine can simultaneously drill a plurality of bores for inserting the rivets or the bolts through the web and a pair of flanges of wide flange beams which are used in building and construction by a first, second and third drilling assembly. A supporting device mounted on the upper side of a machine table which stops the wide flange beam is fed by a feeding device thereon and supports it at a predetermined drilling position. The first drilling assembly is mounted so as to be movable toward the vertical direction from the upper position of the machine table and has multi-drills for drilling a plurality of bores through the web of the wide flange beam. The second and third drilling assemblies are mounted so as to be movable toward the horizontal direction from both of the side positions of the machine table and have multi-drills for drilling a plurality of bores through both flanges of the wide flange beam.