Rapid Development Services, Inc. developed new welding, polishing, and grinding technology using 6-axis robotics.
Rapid Development Services, Inc. developed new technology for welding and finishing of less then 1/32 thick stainless steel panels. The machine automatically loads and unloads the panels. Panels are welded, grinded, and polished automatically. This 6-axis robotics cell welds various size and shape panels and incorporates a robotic search function to compensate for the variances in parts size and shape from lot to lot. This self-teaching, self programming feature automatically programs the welding and finishing robots for new coordinates of the part.
Rapid Development Services, Inc. developed new modular technology using 6-axis robots to load form, fill and seal equipment, trays, flow wrapping equipment, etc.
Rapid Development Services, Inc. developed new modular flexible technology for loading food, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, and/or consumer products into FFS ( Form Fill Seal ) Machines. This system takes product from bulk, provides vision inspection of the product, rejects defective products and automatically places it into the thermo-formed pockets of the web.
Rapid Development Services, Inc. has been selected for the 2009 Best of Business Award in the Custom machinery category by the Small Business Commerce Association (SBCA)
The Small Business Commerce Association (SBCA) is pleased to announce that Rapid Development Services, Inc. has been selected for the 2009 Best of Business Award in the Custom machinery category. The SBCA 2009 Award Program recognizes the top 5% of small businesses throughout the country. Using statistical research and consumer feedback, the SBCA identifies companies that they believe have demonstrated what makes small businesses a vital part of the American economy. The selection committee chooses the award winners from nominees based off statistical research and also information taken from monthly surveys administered by the SBCA, a review of consumer rankings, and other consumer reports. Award winners are a valuable asset to their community and exemplify what makes small businesses great.
Rapid Development Services, Inc. developed new centralized palletizing technology using 6-axis robots.
Rapid Development Services, Inc. developed new technology that allows operators to enter dimensions of box sizes into the touch screen display. The system automatically programs itself to palletize the new box size. This system is capable of handling box sizes from 6 x 6 x 10 to 16 x 16 x 24 inches. Even tall unstable boxes are palletized in multiple layers on a pallet. The boxed are securely help together through the transfer conveyors, and finally through shrink wrapping before being released to a fork lift operator. The robots end of arm tooling are capable of handling all size boxes, picking and placing slip sheets, and securing the pallets while being transferred through the system.
Rapid Development Services, Inc. developed a new flexible food feeder for fresh or frozen food.
Rapid Development Services, Inc. developed a new flexible food feeder to feed fresh or frozen food products to an assembly line and place the product into tray at a rate up to 300 parts per minute continuously. This IP67 system has in-line vision inspection/rejection station to inspect the parts prior to being placed into the trays.
Rapid Development Services, Inc. developed new flexible robotic case packer for metal cans of rectangular shape or round shapes.
Rapid Development Services, Inc. developed new flexible robotic case packer for metal cans of rectangular shape or round shapes. This Robotic case loader packs different size metal cans in multiple packaging layouts up to 120 cans per minute. This automatic system erects several case sizes, takes cans from a single file and organizes the cans to pick and place into one or two cases at a time. Case quantities vary from a 4 pack up to a 12 pack. Inspection is also done to the cans to help reduce any down time due to damaged cans coming down the line. The robotic loader provides programmable change over for the family of the cans and multiple case sizes. The system is integrated with standard case erector.
Rapid Development Services, Inc. introduced new low cost bag inserter for the case liner.
Rapid Development Services, Inc. introduced new low cost bag inserter for the case liner. This centralized robotic packaging system takes product from multiple molding machines and sends to a centralized packaging cell. The turnkey system erect boxes, inserts plastic bag into the box, tracks the product and packs product into its proper case, check weighs for proper count, labels and seals case automatically. The machine is used for medical, pharmaceutical and food industries. This machine provides fast change over and uses bags with perforation on the roll. The machine is integrated with the standard case erector and operates at the rate of up to 20 bags per minute.
Rapid Development Services, Inc. built robotic small pouch case packing system.
Rapid Development Services, Inc. built robotic small pouch case packing system. This system is designed to provide tracking, weighing and selective case packing for multiple products, coming to the cell from several upstream lines. The system tracks ID numbers of the product from each line and selectively packs the product in the case that is assigned for each product. The system automatically prints and applies labels on the cases being packed.
Rapid Development Services, Inc. engineered Robotic Modular Insert Molding loader.
Rapid Development Services, Inc. engineered Robotic Modular Insert Molding loader. This system designed to handle two products on demand. The system has two products vibro-feeders with its parts delivery and staging area, providing multiple parts placement into the cavities of the mold of the plastic injection machine. The system is set up to be rolled to the standard insert molding press that uses indexing dial with lower mold tooling. The 6 axis robot with quick release end effector is capable to pick and place miniature components’ and provide vision inspection of the mold prior to indexing.
Leon Gurevich interviewed by the Manufacturing Engineering Magazine.
Rapid Development Services, Inc. provides Factory Automation Consulting Services for Medical Device Automation. The application of Robotics for assembly of Medical Devices, Leon Gurevich is interviewed by the Manufacturing Engineering Magazine, SME, Page 70.