Ergonomic positioner with up to 3 axes, fixed or movable / eMove
Ergonomic positioner with up to 3 axes, 100% electric, ensuring accuracy and repeatability of positioning for assembly operations. eMove is integrated into a fixed assembly station and then evolves towards a mobile Pulse Line assembly line.
Handle heavy, high-added-value sub-assemblies in an ergonomic and safe manner
Increasing the rate of production can bring an increased risk of accidents during the handling and movement of parts, particularly when the sub-assemblies handled are aircraft engines weighing up to 5 tonnes. It is in this context that eMove handling technology is used to improve safety, productivity and ergonomics.
In total synergy with the operator, the eMove ergonomic positioner makes the part more accessible during assembly operations.
Equipped with the enhanced eNav functionality, eMove becomes mobile! It moves, either in automatic mode or under guidance from the operator, and installing it in the workshop does not require any civil engineering. This is completely consistent with the space optimization and modularity challenges of the 4.0 factory’s industrial installations.
Able to connect to the workshop’s production management system, eMove is in constant dialogue with daily tools for continuous optimization of the process.
Simplify the management of your process. Manage the performance of your eFactory® technology
Installed at the heart of eMove technology, the eMove Box industrial system and its dedicated eMove Soft software intelligence control automated ergonomic positioning and optimize its implementation (axis control, speed variation, production supervision).
From the eMove App application, you drive your ergonomic positioning technology. X-Y-Z positioning, operation traceability, performance indicators and control report management are easily accessible in the application. In an ergonomic graphical interface, eMove App allows operators to manually manage positioning parameters.Learn more about Supervision / eBrain
eMove: the Factory in motion
Handling of sub-assemblies Safety of handling phases. Ergonomics of assembly phases. Flexibility and modularity of installations. Pooling for different types of parts.