Electromechanics

  • Design electronic boards as well as various components of different complexities based on standard manufacturer documents.
  • The assembly of electronic boards is the set of techniques used to connect electronic components and microcontrollers. The assembly of boards requires a deep understanding of the different elements, the ability to read electrical diagrams, and technical soldering skills.
  • Printing the already designed electrical schematics on a specific medium (PCB board) and applying standard chemical treatments while following all necessary steps.
  • Ensure solutions meet the requirements of the specifications and synchronize different electrical and electronic components to ensure completion of a given task. Perform calculations of voltage and current and characterize all components.
  • To establish the power balance of electrical installations, taking into account the total power of the installed equipment. The main objective of this calculation is to determine the total power and current of the installation, as well as the electrical characteristics of the devices.
  • The microcontroller has an internal program that it will execute based on the application for which it was designed. This mode of operation is particularly suitable for so-called “embedded” applications where humans cannot directly intervene and where the desired behavior of the machine is defined in advance. Therefore, to program the microcontroller, it is possible to use different high-level programming languages such as BASIC, C.
  • Implement the appropriate solution to meet the customer’s demands while ensuring optimal, efficient, precise, and cost-effective design.

To ensure the programming of automation in Ladder, which is a programming language that resembles electrical schematics and allows for the quick transformation of an old electromechanical relay system into a program. This programming method utilizes a visual approach to the problem, which has long been appreciated in the industry.

The HMI is an interface between humans and machines. It enables users to visualize their production in real-time based on the sensors installed in the production chain and to transmit actions remotely.

The coupling of hardware and software components of the automation and its equipment in the production chain represents the final step in the automation process. It involves the physical connection of various components to ensure the system’s proper functioning.

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  • The strength of materials, often referred to as SOM, is the science of dimensioning. It is a particular discipline of the mechanics of continuous media which allows for the design of a mechanical part, a work of art or any useful object. This dimensioning involves calculations which predict the behavior of the object, whose design must meet the best conditions of safety, economy and aesthetics. The object of the strength of materials is the study of internal stability, that is, the determination of stresses and strains within the material and the displacements of the average lines of the generated structures.
  • This service consists of dividing models into small elements and applying simplifying assumptions to reduce the computational load and thus replace a complex problem with a set of simple problems that must be solved simultaneously. Once the study of the motion of this particle is complete, only generalizing the results remains to predict the physical behavior of the model.
  • The hydraulic and pneumatic systems remain reliable and even indispensable systems within industry. Sizing the elements of the fluid circuits allows obtaining the desired characteristics at the receiver level, such as flow rate and pressure. The study covers the sizing of receivers, effectors, actuators, and even the pipes.
  • Before starting a project, it is reasonable to carry out a feasibility study that summarizes all useful solutions as well as the choice of the appropriate solution according to its requirements. The feasibility study includes the risk analysis, as well as the estimated duration of each phase and the total cost of the project.
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Computer-Aided Design (CAD) is mainly a means of facilitating prototyping, allowing technical models to be created through design software that are faithful to reality. CAD offers the following advantages:

  • Improving product quality
  • Reducing production costs and time
  • Eliminating sizing errors and interferences before the manufacturing or installation phase.

The Weldment functionality allows you to create a welded construction as a single multi-body part and create welded structures with standard weldment components.

This discipline involves dimensioning the various elements of the system to be designed and addressing its functional and geometric constraints. The electromechanical solutions involved can be improved based on the dimensioning studies.

Simulation solutions provide a portfolio of easy-to-use analysis tools to predict the actual physical behavior of a product through virtual analysis of CAD models. Submitting designs to real-world conditions increases product quality while reducing prototyping and physical testing costs such as static, dynamic, fatigue, compression, buckling, and thermal simulations.

Computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) facilitates easy and fast computer programming and faster execution of design changes. The computer-aided manufacturing management system integrates computer-aided design systems and tasks involving control passing, scheduling, and tool replacement. Implementing a CAM system leads to increased overall efficiency of the manufacturing process. A computer-aided manufacturing system requires a 3D environment to make it compatible with CAD systems. SOLIDWORKS CAM solutions transform your processes from design to manufacturing, optimizing communication, limiting errors, reducing cycle times, and improving product quality.