The assembly line refers to the assembly line equipment used for product production and assembly. It has a wide range of applications in industrial fields, such as: food processing industry, electronic product production industry, chemical industry, automobile industry, hardware industry, etc.
The assembly line is divided into many different production forms due to different application industries and products.
There are two most commonly used production methods for assembly lines: fully automatic assembly production and semi-automatic assembly production.
The automated assembly line requires that from feeding production to assembly completion, the entire production process does not require manual involvement. Production personnel only need to ensure the smooth operation of the equipment, and timely solve the material jam and other non-mechanical failures that occur during the operation of the equipment. This kind of assembly line equipment is also called a fully automatic assembly machine.
The semi-assembled assembly line production line requires manual participation in assembly. This assembly method is more common in industries such as food processing and electronic product packaging. Semi-automatic assembly line is usually composed of belt conveyor line, workbench and other production equipment. The belt conveyor line transports the products to the workbench, and then the staff responsible for assembly completes the assembly.
Automated assembly lines or semi-automatic assembly lines have their own advantages. They need to be optimized for use in different industries and different occasions. After the assembly line is applied, production is planned reasonably, and the equipment is carefully and regularly maintained to ensure the normal operation of the equipment and improve production efficiency.