Creform Corporation, a manufacturer of unique products for the design and building of material handling structures and AGVs, will showcase several of its products in booth 1423 at the 2022 Assembly Show, October 25-27, Rosemont, IL.
Highlighting the exhibit will be an AGV that can control up to 50 courses with 128 commands each via an HMI touch screen and built-in RFID for traffic control.
The Creform System comprises over 700 components, including plastic-coated steel pipe, fittings, and accessories for building AGVs, flow racks, carts, workstations, and other material handling structures.
AGVs, from simple bolt-on units to sophisticated low-profile tuggers. Systems can be simple loops for kit cart delivery to plant-wide material delivery that are managed by Creform’s traffic control system. Units have a variety of load ratings, configurations, and power sources.
Flow racks are designed and built as single-lane parts feeders to large supermarket systems for kitting. As with all Creform flow racks, capacity, size, and configurations are all custom designed for the application.
Carts, from small general-purpose push carts to model-specific kitting carts, are Creform specialties. They are built using a system of 28 mm and 42 mm plastic coated steel pipe and metal joints and can be configured for ESD (anti-static) applications.
Creform workstations are built for single-person use to multi-person assembly cells. Workstations can be configured for stand-up or sit-down positions and can be built and designed on wheels or be stationary.
The Creform System is used to create an array of material handling and efficiency enhancing devices and is a proven component in continuous improvement and lean manufacturing programs. The company partners with customers in developing and enhancing these programs.
Find more online at www.creform.com. Creform is a registered trademark of Yazaki Kako Corporation and Creform Corporation