Custom Robotic Integration
ONExia understands that investing in a robotic cell for manufacturing automation is an investment, both financially and physically as it plays a vital roll in both current operations and future projects.
Whether you are looking to make your first investment in automation or looking to add additional robots to your operations, ONExia's commitment to providing excellent service remains the same.
Robotic Cell Design Process
Our process ensures success by working directly with every customer through every custom robotic cell build.
Initial Concept / Budget Phase
We work closely with the customer prior to their developing a specification and/or RFQ
1. Specification Development
Determine the requirements and sequence of an assembly process.
2. Proposal Development
Answer the specification by providing a statement of work and formal request for quote piece by piece.
Held in-person or virtually the project formally begins with both ONExia and the customer.
Introduce the ONExia project team to the customer’s team.
Review the proposal, concept, and customer’s statement of work.
Site inspection of the machine’s final location to determine special limitations.
A formal project schedule is presented to and reviewed with the customer.
5. Acceptance Criteria
An initial criteria based on project statement is given to show expectations are met.
6. Technical Review
Identify areas of technical concern for possible prototyping.
Parts for design, prototyping feeder selection and machine programming.
ONExia’s project team of engineers begins design of the machine starting with prototyping.
If any phases or aspects of the machine were deemed necessary for early phase prototyping, they are reviewed.
2. Preliminary Design Reviews
Any interim design phases that may require customer review are scheduled.
A formal review of the cell is design where the following items are addressed:
- 3D Model of the machine
- Machine sequence
- Software screenshots
- Technical aspects, tooling
- Safety review
- Final acceptance criteria
Following approval all software and physical assembly begins development
- Fabrication drawings
- Panel layout & wiring schematics
- Part fabrication
- Machine assembly & wiring
- Software development
MACHINE BUILD COMPLETE
Prior to shipment testing is done and drawings are finalized for delivery.
- Machine debug
- Pre-FAT testing
- Acceptance testing
- As-built drawings
SHIPMENT OF ROBOTIC CELL
Detailed drawing are presented showing the complete robotic cell proposal.
Prototyping is done with customer supplied parts to design custom end-of-arm tooling.
All of our engineering work is done in-house by our team of dedicated engineers.
Prior to shipment a vigorous round of testing is done to ensure the robotic cell works upon delivery.
Delivery Services & Support
Following shipment of the completed cell ONExia's service does not end. We provide both initial services upon delivery along with continued support well after the robotic cell is running on your production lines.
Services on Delivery
Based on the application specifics, ONExia provides the following services upon delivery:
- On-site assembly / start-up
- Virtual start-up (if possible)
- Training for employees working with the robotic cell
- Complete documentation and manuals
Following delivery, ONExia's support does not stop. Our engineers continue to provide the following services:
- Virtual or on-site troubleshooting
- Tooling changes as production expectations shift
- Warranty support & repairs
- Shortened lead times on duplicate systems