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CASE STUDY            Insulated Glass Sealing

Silicone Edge Sealing
A Robotics Inc. gantry robot applied two continuous path liquid silicone seals (at each side of the spacer) onto the edge of various of IG assemblies. The robot includes dual part shuttle systems into and out of the dispense work area.
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Gantry dispense
system

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Dispensing
on glass

Benefits
There are several distinct benefits achieved with this system:

  • The high speed dispensing system reliably provides high volume sealing and improves product quality.
  • Silicone material is applied repeatably, with minimal waste, and without any necessary clean-up.
  • Significant savings in manual labor are achieved with this hands-free fully automated system.
  • SizeScan™ feature automatically scans glass size and signals the robot to run the correct part program, removing the possibility of human error.
  • Compliance feature (patent pending) allows dispense nozzle to precisely follow slight spacer lineal deviations ensuring continuous bead placement accuracy.
  • Dispensing is performed while the glass is horizontal.

More information is available. Call 518-899-4211.

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