Multifunctional packaging line
The customer's environment consisted of two machines, each of which could process and package one material separately. One of the two machines also did not produce optimally. The result was that the customer opted for a single machine line that could process and package multiple materials such as sawdust and wood shavings more efficiently.
The nuisance had to be limited as much as possible during the transition. That is why a lot of attention has been paid to preparation and testing. Materials and / or applications have different properties. By taking samples and running tests during the project, a nominal setting could be achieved that was suitable for both products.
In addition, there was great pressure because there was limited space and little time. It was important to place the machines as quickly as possible in order to keep the production stop as short as possible. The supply of sawdust and wood shavings continued and the stock accumulated. That is why the project was delivered in two phases:
- phase 1: Placing the robot palliser so that stacking could take place again
- phase 2: Placing the Baler HL and bunker.
What is certainly noteworthy is that the operationalization of the line (phase 2) was already completed in 1.5 weeks
Expansion of assortment
Customer now has one machine for different applications (different wood shavings and sawdust). The customer can now also press and package products that he could not package before. And that is why his range has expanded. By packaging products, he can now sell products per bale that he could initially only deliver in bulk and was therefore difficult to sell.