Modern chassis are technical masterpieces. Individually matched to the vehicle type and embedded in the vehicle electronics, they form the basis for safety and perfect driving dynamics.
Increasing complexity calls for equally finely tuned measuring and adjustment technology for toe and camber, including axial runout measurement and ABS testing. The diversity of variants, in turn, demands the greatest possible flexibility.
AuE setting systems offer the greatest possible variety in the combination of test features. These systems are used for high volumes and can also be used flexibly for changing types. Directly integrated into the production flow, they guarantee the shortest cycle times and the smallest space requirements with an excellent cost-benefit ratio. The track/camber adjustment is carried out under real vehicle conditions, and the adjustment data is recorded and archived.
As an alternative to the bridge machine design, we also realize these machines in bed design with robot loading.
Additional functions and tests can be integrated.
The axle leaves the machine preset and bolted with final torques.
The adjustment of the vehicle axle via the tie rod "offline" during axle assembly or "end-of-line" during final vehicle assembly reduces ergonomically critical overhead activities on the vehicle.
Tools used for adjustment can be of positive or frictional design. The majority of these systems are integrated into the "end-of-line" test stand for adjusting front axles.
Partially automated AuE setting systems for multi-link axles are mainly used for medium quantities in conjunction with moderate labor costs. The degree of automation can be designed depending on customer requirements.
Usually, loading is carried out by the worker using load handling devices; depending on the customer's requirements, manual setting and manual bolting can be combined with automatic processes.
The customer determines the degree of automation.
This technology is mainly used when no full-scale series or volume process is to be mapped. The systems provide sustainable support for optimization processes thanks to their low investment costs. The tables are used in series production as a back-up to fully or semi-automatic machines or, in the case of very small series, as a quality gateway for the assembly process.