The conveyor system serves as a transport and buffer line between different machining processes.
Empty Euro pallets are placed manually at the loading point. The employee loads the goods onto the pallet. The goods protrude sideways over the pallet. After a batch is complete, the loaded pallet is transported on the conveyor line towards the pick-up point for the front stacker. The whole line is designed as a buffer line.
At the end of the lane, the forklift driver removes the pallet and feeds it to the next external processing step. After this processing step, the pallet is transferred by the stacker to another buffer line. At the end of this line there is another workstation. The employee removes the goods individually from the pallet by means of a gripper and feeds them to the next processing step. The workstation is equipped as a manual turntable. Here, the employee can turn the pallet in such a way that he can remove the parts easily and safely.
The employee then returns the goods to the pallet and pushes the pallet manually over an idle roller conveyor towards the pick-up point.
Since oil or drilling emulsion is applied to the pallet with the conveyed material during the last processing step, and thus also to the conveyor system, there is a collection tray underneath the roller conveyor.