In this post, we’ll explain the assembly and commissioning of our newly purchased production machines and mechanisms. We’ll highlight their importance and also discuss their practical aspects.

Our clear aim with this article is to illustrate that without precise and careful assembly or commissioning, even the most modern machine will be only a one-armed giant.

When purchasing production machinery, you also need to think about commissioning

Because no matter how advanced, valuable, and user-friendly the tool you choose, you can only realize its potential if it works as a system. In other words, a machine will only produce efficiently if it’s installed and commissioned with care.

The amount of free space available in the production hall must be taken into account to ensure that there are no physical obstacles to the assembly and commissioning of the production line.

It’s also advisable to check the electrical network and technical equipment beforehand so that the complete production line can continue to operate smoothly in the long term after commissioning.

Key practical aspects of assembly and commissioning

Ideally, the assembly itself and then the commissioning should only need to be done once. In other words, the basic aim is to ensure that a system that has been precisely and logically assembled no longer needs to be modified or relocated.

This requires careful planning and – where possible – competent expertise in the assembly steps. It’s simply a matter of assessing, with common sense backed up by industry experience, which assembly steps should follow in a neat sequence.

In practice, of course, this is a much more complex task than it might first appear. Of course, it makes a big difference to the success of the project if all the machines and units to be assembled and commissioned can be anticipated.

What needs to be done to put it all together?

Commissioning newly purchased machines and production lines is a complex task. First of all, there’s the production machine itself. It needs to be provided with an optimal environment and the right location to ensure its smooth operation.

Then, in addition to the production machines, there needs to be space for the raw material mixer and the dispenser that works closely with it. Also important is the installation of the granulator, the grinder, and the tool cooler.

Finally for the production process to run smoothly and efficiently, in addition to the above, the conveyor belt and then the picking robot must also be in place.

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