Videos about Clear Automation, LLC
A Montage Of Some Of Our Work: Clear Automation has installed hundreds of automated solutions since our launch in 1990. Here are clips of just a few of them.
Automated Assembly Equipment
Clear Automation Retrofits and Rebuilds: At Clear Automation, our relationship doesn't end with an installation. Do you have a system that doesn't meet your current needs? Perhaps you need to introduce new products or change the equipment functionality.
Magazine Feeder: Clear Automation designed and built this parts feeder as a component of our automated assembly and packaging solutions.
Flexible Pencil Feeder: Clear Automation designed and built this system to transfer cosmetic pencils from bulk feed to a cartoner. Pencils are loaded into two bulk hoppers.
Loads and Unloads a Sealing Machine at 40ppm: Clear Automation designed and built this robotic workcell to load a cosmetic product into blisters in an Alloyd rotary sealing machine and to unload the sealed blisters to a conveyor.
Transport System using FlexLink Conveyors: Clear Automation designed and built several pieces of equipment for this cosmetic production line. As part of the job, we were required to connect all of the equipment using a FlexLink conveying system.
Clear Automation Applies Tire Pressure Sensors to Wheel Rims: Clear Automation developed this workcell to apply tire pressure sensors (TPMS) to wheel rims. Operators load wheels onto a conveyor and trays of sensors into an elevator.
Recirculating Feeder: Clear Automation designed and built this parts feeder as a component of our automated assembly and packaging solutions. This feeder is an ideal replacement for traditional bowl feeders because it has no part-specific guide hardware.
Medical Device Assembly: Clear Automation designed and built this automated cell to manufacture a very small and precise medical device.
Robotic PCB Assembly: Clear Automation designed and built this workcell to build part of a circuit board.
Automation Equipment and System Integrators
Robotic Picking from FlexFeeders: Clear Automation is an award-winning certified integrator for Adept Technology, Inc. We are also one of their Preferred Packaging Partners. We designed and built this custom workcell to pick and place a medical diagnostic product.
Robotic Bottle Capping: Clear Automation designed and built this system to place caps on fragrance bottles.
Robotic Stacking of Flower Pots: Clear Automation designed and built this robotic system to build stacks of "CowPots - The Pot You Plant".
Multiple Robots to Collate and Package: Clear Automation designed and built this very busy workcell. All of the hardware in this workcell is driven by a single robot controller.
Automated Cosmetic Manufacturing: Clear Automation designed and built this system to assemble, laser mark, inspect and package a cosmetic product.
Box Labeler: Clear Automation designed and built these systems to apply labels to boxes. Boxes are fed into the system where two labels are applied to the top and a third label is applied to the bottom.
Clear Automation Applies Labels At 100 PPM: Clear Automation developed this system to apply labels to a liquid cosmetic bottle at a rate of 100 parts per minute. Bottles travel to the cell along a conveyor, upright in pucks.
Clear Automation Applies Labels At 120 ppm: Clear Automation designed and build this workcell to use a laser to etch a lot code onto the lid of a popular cosmetic product. Product enters the cell and is routed down one of two lanes.
Material Handling Automation
Industrial Material Handling Cell: Clear Automation designed and built this cell to transport the customer's material through various stages of an industrial process.
Vision-Guided Robots Pick From A Moving Conveyor: Clear Automation designed and built this robotic system to package a personal care face cleansing pad. The robots pick the product while the conveyor is moving.
Transfer Bottles from Boxes to the Filling Line: Clear Automation designed and built this system to transfer bottles from boxes and trays to the filling line. Plastic and glass bottles are delivered in plastic trays or cardboard boxes with separators.