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Neyret Group to demo high-speed assembly in action at automatica Munich
Chaponost, France: – Neyret Group, the leading manufacturer of customized automatic assembly and test machinery for the medical and life sciences industries, will be showcasing its advanced high speed automated assembly capabilities at the automatica 2023 show in Munich dedicated to leading-edge automated production.
The Neyret Group stand at Booth 114 in Hall A6 at Messe München will highlight the group’s impressive achievements in advancing the technology of high speed and automated assembly, including manufacturing and inspection of pharmaceutical components and medical devices.
Automated assembly in action
Featured displays will include a demo indexed motion assembly machine in motion showcasing multiple types of mechanical and electrical manipulators that can be built on a rotary table or installed independently at any other linear platform. It will show how all assembly processes, even the most complex ones, can be carried out with showcased manipulators.
The stand will also show examples of clients’ finished products assembled or printed using Neyret Group indexed and continuous motion assembly platforms.
The Neyret Group team in Munich will be led by its Global Sales Director Pascal Vansse, who commented: “We always enjoy attending the automatica show, which is very well aligned with our own ideals in advancing the state of the art in smart and automated high-speed production.”
“The 2023 event will again provide us with the ideal platform to present our know-how to companies looking for assembly machines and manufacturing process automation in various industrial fields such as pharma, automotive, connectivity, electrical, personal care and other sectors,” M. Vansse added.
Neyret Group has a long standing relationship with the automatica event, having exhibited at the show four times since 2004 and most recently in 2022, when the show returned from its COVID-19 hiatus. Following the 2023 event, it will return to its normal biennial schedule.
About Neyret Group
French-based Neyret Group, with a worldwide presence, designs and manufactures customized automatic assembly and test machines for the medical and life sciences industries.
The company produces indexed motion and continuous motion assembly, test and print machines that are fully customized to customer’s ideal requirements.
Neyret Group employs more than 270 people at three production sites: in France with Société Guy Neyret producing indexed machines in Chaponost, near Lyon, and Lagniel, producing continuous motion machines in Douvres-la-Délivrande near Caen, Normandy; and in the United States with Franklin Automation producing indexed machines in Sugar Grove, Illinois.
Further information at: https://www.neyretgroup.com/en
About automatica 2023
Founded in 2002 and held every second year, automatica has become one of the world’s leading trade expos for automated smart production. It aims to provide a trend-setting platform for companies from all industry sectors, providing access to innovations, knowledge, and trends with a high degree of business relevance. automatica focuses on reshaping the transformation of industrial production – from automated to autonomous facilities.
automatica 2023 will be a four-day event opening June 27 at the Messe München exhibition center, with exhibition zones dedicated to Assembly & Handling, Industrial Robotics, Service Robotics, Machine Vision, and Software and Cloud Computing. It will be co-located with WORLD of QUANTUM and LASER World of PHOTONICS as a single ticket event.
The event is organized by Messe München GmbH and VDMA Robotics + Automation, with more information available at: http://www.automatica-munich.com/en/home
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