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Exhibitor at Coiltech Pordenone, Italy
We are pleased to be exhibiting at Coiltech in Pordenone this year again. Come and visit us at booth 1-A16. Register today and receive your free exhibition ticket.
We looking forward to see you in Pordenone.
HARRANDT technology launch
Are you a wire manufacturer, stator producer or line builder in the field of e-mobility and you are looking for the right test and measurement technology?
Benefit from our exclusive technology launch and secure one of our limited appointments today.
Contact us by phone on +49 7195 90680 0 or send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to get in touch with you and to welcome you in our company.
Increase your quality reliable with the use of our wire testing module
We are proud to present you our wire testing module. With the successful acceptance we are able to hand over our wire testing module into customer hands. To respond to special and individual wishes and to offer the perfect solutions for the challenges of our customers is a matter close to our heart. Would you like to learn more about the functions and the added value you can gain by using our E-Mobility modules?
Solution concepts from Harrandt combine everything you need to optimize your upstream and downstream production processes: from software development through mechanical and electrical design to the implementation of the complete measurement, testing and assembly technology - all from a single source.
Process-safe, powerful and efficient.
Contact us by phone under +49 7195 90680 0 or simply send us an e-mail to email@example.com.
We look forward to getting in touch with you.
"Life is magical, you just have to see it through the right glasses"
More than 950 million people worldwide suffer from correctable refractive errors. They would need glasses but can't afford them or don't have access to optical care at all. The consequences: Children can't learn well, adults can't hold skilled jobs or even work at all, and they can't feed their families. The resulting global income loss is more than $269 billion annually, according to a 2019 WHO study.
Since its founding in 2012, OneDollarGlasses has been dedicated to solving this problem: Starting with the construction of a simple bending machine for eyeglass frames by founder Martin Aufmuth, the association has grown to more than 280 employees in currently 10 program countries, 35 permanent employees and a large number of volunteers in Germany, who pursue the goal of providing basic optical care for all people worldwide. In addition to the supply of glasses, eye tests and the training of local and training of local staff, as well as educational work and international networking with partners.
Today, the glasses are produced in Africa, Latin America and Asia and the quality standard, must be the same everywhere and, above all, consistent. In order to maintain this quality standard the lenses have to be subjected to random checks within the production and supply chain before the lenses are sent to the project countries.
The material cost of one glasses is around one US dollar, which explains the name of the association. The frame of the glasses is made of a flexible spring steel wire and colorful pearls round off a stylish design. By means of bending machines, glasses of different sizes can be produced. Through a simple modular system plastic lens in strengths from -10.0 to +8.0 diopters can be clicked into the frame with only one hand movement.
Harrandt employee Markus Wöhrbach, deputy head of the development department, became aware of OneDollarGlasses association through a flyer and didn't hesitate for long to get in touch with them. "With such a magnificent project, Harrandt has to be able to contribute his expertise in positive form," Markus said.
Last December, we welcomed Dr. Uwe Schüller and Udo Ulrich, both bending trainers and machine coordinators from OneDollarGlasses at our company. In addition to getting to meet each other personally for the first time, the "how" was the main focus for us. How can we support OneDollarGlasses positively, sustainably and reliably?
During the conversation, it became clear that precision requirements in the hundredths of a millimeter range are placed on the frame and the lenses. With his in-depth technical understanding, Valery Andreas, production manager at Harrandt, was able to demonstrate the possibilities of machining in order to produce so-called lens gauges. Also Dr. Uwe Schüller and Udo Ulrich believed "that the high accuracy requirements in particular can be achieved by Harrandt." Away from the measuring lens testing process, towards teaching testing. With the help of the lens gauges manufactured by Harrandt, time-consuming and error-prone measuring tests can now be replaced. After sending the first manufactured lens gauge sample to OneDollarGlasses, it didn't take long time for reorder of 6 more lens gauges. Since special focus is placed on the manufacturing tolerances for compliance with the quality standards, the lens gauges were 3D measured and recorded. After the measurement results were available, René Freiherr von Künßberg, Head of Optics, Production and Logistics at OneDollarGlasses, said, "all tolerances were met with considerable precision in production, so we can use the gauges for quality assurance."
We are particularly pleased not least with the positive response to the lens gauges, but rather with the perception of Dr. Uwe Schüller and Udo Ulrich, that Harrandt shows deep interest in the work and the product of the association OneDollarGlasses and thereby the long-lasting positive effect in the area of social as well as societal activities of the association wants to support. For the future there is already the perspective of further cooperation. We would like to take this opportunity to thank the OneDollarGlasses association for the trust they have given us as Harrandt.
New applications in Harrandt-lines
The most beautiful gift for us and our customers are positive pre-acceptances. All the efforts are coming to an end and the anticipation of our customers is immeasurable to have their ordered machine line in the factory on site. With the installation of the line by our employees, a training, as well as a positive final acceptance, we pass the line into the hands of our customers. We show you here a line, which is initiated by a robot loading. To make sure that the robot knows where to pick up parts, we decided to use a camera system from VISIO NERF for the first time. In specially developed and machined workpiece carriers, the parts to be inspected and assembled pass through the individual measuring and assembly stations via an SuperTrak conveyor. Finally, the assembled and inspected parts are unloaded by a second robot and placed in different carriers as O.K. or N.O.K. according to the inspection results. We wish our customer a lot of pleasure and work simplification with the new line.
Quality Inspection in E-Mobility
At HARRANDT, we are successfully transferring our expertise in automated measurement, testing and assembly technologies to the e-mobility sector.
In order to visually present our range of performance for "Quality Inspection in E-Mobility Stator Production", we have developed an animation in cooperation with Kinkahuna.
The aim is to show you the process steps within stator production in which our modules can be used as value-added inline and offline solutions. As an add-on, we offer you a central cloud with all measurement and test results in real time.
Use our profound knowledge for your advantage.
HARRANDT as exhibitor at Coiltech in Augsburg 2023
Also this year HARRANDT was represented as exhibitor at Coiltech in Augsburg on 29.03.2023 and 30.03.2023. Exciting conversations, professional discussions and a common knowledge transfer were in the focus and showed their positive added value.
As a special highlight we were allowed to exhibit our residual material test module. Micrometer precision measurements of the coating adhesion on all four sides of the wire could be demonstrated directly on site. Furthermore, we were allowed to give a speech about "Quality Assurance in Stator Production" at the World Magnetic Conference.
You did not have the opportunity to talk to us personally? We may already inform you that we will exhibit again for you at the Coiltech in Pordenone (Italy) on 20.09.2023 and 21. 09.2023.
technologies for intelligent mobility
A big step towards the future - we are very happy to be a member of this great network with stakeholders along the entire value chain. The "Electro Mobility South-West" cluster offers access to current market and industry-related trends. The top cluster "Electro Mobility South-West" is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research and supported by the state of Baden-Wuerttemberg.
1st REUTLINGEN E-MOBILITY DAYS
Wow, what great reactions and feedback to the 1st REUTLINGEN E-MOBILITY DAYS. Thanks a lot for visiting us and the discussions we had. We're proud that we were part of this live event with such great partners.
We are pleased to welcome Jan Treede as General Manager Sales and Technology
With more than 20 years of experience in developing business within the Industrial Automation Market, he will be responsible for driving our strategy and to expand the leading position Harrandt holds in High Precision Assembly and Quality Inspection to various new markets such as components for E-Mobility.
Integrated Hairpin-Stator Inline quality inspection
Our quality solutions for the production of premium hairpin stators can be guaranteed through our master web-based AI (artificial intelligence) database combined with the process control to ensure a high quality of your products. Three inspection modules in production improve quality in the long term and reduce failure costs significantly.
In a word: Ralph Höh, Head of Engineering
"With mechanical engineering, we not only want to solve current problems, but also think into the future and deal with possible problems".
Harrandt goes Cobot.
In order to better utilize the potential of employees and to optimize production processes, Harrandt relies on collaborative robots (cobots) for the intelligent loading and unloading of the pistons on series production lines. A technology that can be transferred to automated series production in almost any area.
Harrandt measures hairpins faster than the eye can blink.
In stator production, manufacturers rely on the highest precision so that the individual hairpins with special curvature are absolutely identical in their geometric features and can be safely installed. That is why our e-mobility customers trust in Harrandt's technological know-how and process-oriented approach.
In a word: Valery Andreas, Head of Production
"We try to make the best of everything and to fulfill every wish".
Harrandt goes Digital.
Through the use of intelligent data analysis, processing and use, Harrandt has succeeded with the wire test module in enabling hairpin manufacturers to identify defective raw materials even before the start of the costly manufacturing process. Decisive production data is recorded and evaluated in real time and made directly available to all affected departments, regardless of the machine.
In a word: Jan Maierhöfer
"The advantage for the customer is that the speed and automation of the machines can be increased".
In a word: Samy Song, Head of the Innovation and Electronics Department
"Innovation at Harrandt means developing new products based on our years of experience".
Pfisterer recognizes quality defects faster and more reliably - and with Harrandt finds even the tiniest defect.
Even the tiniest impurities, inclusions and dirt particles on the surface of high-voltage insulation bodies can lead to serious problems when transmitting energy. The traditional Swabian Company Pfisterer wants to live up to its quality standards as a market leader at all times and is therefore, together with Harrandt, developing an intelligent process to detect the smallest possible defects.
Karl Remppel, CEO
"My goal is to provide fresh impetus for the long-term development of the company and for Harrandt to open up into other attractive business areas such as e-mobility. In these dynamic markets, we also prove our reputation as an innovative solution partner who continuously invests in research and development and thus in the future of the company. It is important to me that we combine our goal of creating profitable and sustainable growth with our commitment to be an attractive employer and a responsible member of our society."
An Ingenious and Innovative Piston Ring Assembly Station.
Today, the assembly of piston rings is mostly automated. This saves personnel costs and minimizes production errors. But what if you had developed an innovative piston ring for which no automated production technology was available? Our customer knew the answer immediately: This is a job for Harrandt.