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High Tech's New Cleanroom Assembling Station Design: MOCO-C7

When thinking of all kinds of special lifting tools, handling and transporting equipment, which you want to assemble and test within a cleanroom, you also have to think ahead - of how to assemble them. When producing one or many tools, often you use a standard assembly table, in special cases maybe even a special designed support. By far not the best solution. Therefore, when planning to produce all kinds of equipment, you need a more solid solution.    

Conbit High Tech asked Jim Willems to come up with a solution, as he was in his final phase of his study of Industrial Product Design, making him the perfect candidate to define a suitable concept.

The first step was to define the requirements - this was probably the most challenging part. Jim, together with the team needed to predict the future of all tools and equipment that Conbit High Tech would design and produce. Boundaries were set and requirements were made. A thorough investigation of the available standard equipment was done, not with an unexpected result: A custom Cleanroom assembly station needs to be developed.  

Jim sketched, draw, modeled and calculated, resulting in a multi-purpose Assembly Station named MOCO-C7. Specially designed for Conbit High Tech. From small light weight, mechatronic test tools (ESD safe), to heavy duty lifting or transporting equipment, all can be assembled in a safe and ergonomic way by all kind of technicians inside a cleanroom ISO class 7 or outside the cleanroom.  

The next step will be to change this concept into a mechatronic design, which is mechanically solid, electronically safe and can be controlled by user friendly software. This will be done by other students under supervision and support of the Conbit High Tech D&E team.

P.S.: If you’re wondering why MOCO-C7: MOntagewerkplek COnbit  voor gebruik in een Cleanroom Klasse 7  

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Jacco Wanten

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Jacco Wanten

Jacco Wanten

Director Conbit High Tech