The Assembly Show Press Releases


As an ideal solution, the modular ZEDstation combines our leak testing device with a client-specific adaptation.

Radiant Launches New In-Line Inspection Station at The ASSEMBLY Show

Radiant announces that it will unveil a new inspection station leveraging its photometry-based imaging technology for challenging machine vision applications at The ASSEMBLY Show, taking place October 24-26 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois, U.S.A.

Baltec Presents "ELECTRIC" the Electro-Mechanical Module for Riveting, Joining and Cold Forming

At this year's ASSEMBLY Show Baltec will introduce the ELECTRIC ER series electrical riveter. BalTec's core competence is to provide solutions for joining of components. While applying the radial forming method, in combination with linear motion to and from the work piece and integrated rotational drive, the radial & orbital riveting technique is revolutionized. The technology of electro-mechanical servo presses has been transferred to this particular joining and forming method. It allows producing permanent mechanical connections with the highest speed and precision.
The electromechanical riveting and forming module offers to users the following benefits, as compared to conventional products
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ZELTWANGER Leak Testing & Automation | Booth 1616

ZELTWANGER Leak Testing & Automation is bringing a wealth of German engineering expertise to the U.S. We provide competent advice, sell advanced technology, and develop custom solutions.

Successful adhesive bonding with the powder coating process

It is a common misconception among fabricators that bonding with adhesives before powder coating is not possible due to the high temperatures used in the process, causing concerns about the possible degradation of the cured adhesive.

Microscan Debuts New Machine Vision Camera at The ASSEMBLY Show 2017

Microscan will run the first public demonstration of the new HAWK series machine vision camera at The ASSEMBLY Show in Rosemont, IL. The new development is poised to significantly exceed its predecessors in speed and power and will complete the Microscan’s product line for machine vision.