Assembly and subsequent processing

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  • Partial and complete assembly
  • Ultrasonic welding
  • Pressing
  • Soldering
  • Printing
  • Intermediate and final inspections

F. Morat also handles assembly and subsequent part processing, which reduces throughput time and takes advantage of our extensive expertise along the entire process chain for the customer’s benefit. This ranges from metal-cutting finishing work to individual assembly activities (such as pressing, ultrasonic welding and soldering) to complete drive units that are each factory tested and packaged ready for resale. We utilize both laser printers and pad printers for printing on finished components.

Ultrasonic welding

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Pressing

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Printing

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In order to expand assembly capacity throughout Franz Morat Group and to improve long-term competitiveness in this area, our associated company Framo Morat founded a new production site for assembly work covering 2,500 m² in Nowa Ruda, Poland. The first assembly islands, set up according to the latest principles of ergonomics, economics, and logistics, were put into operation on July 1, 2015.

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You too can benefit from our expertise, gained during numerous drive-related projects, as well as our industrial know-how and craftsmanship. By outsourcing your assembly projects, you can counteract increasing cost pressures and quickly and flexibly overcome capacity bottlenecks during times of high demand. This will free up resources that benefit your core Business.

The portfolio of drive solutions from Franz Morat Group includes partially assembled components, standardized modular gearbox components and ready-to-use complete drives including a motor and control system. In our assembly site we use different processing methods: From force-way-monitored jacking over ultrasonic welding, gluing or shrinking of various materials, up to printing, we stand for the complete in-house process-chain, including process orientated inspection and complex end-of-line test facilities with batch tracing and archiving. Thus all manufacturing processes interlock with each other.