The miniaturization wave has infiltrated our daily lives.
Computers fit in our vest pockets, mobile phones can do everything and even the electric toothbrush has become an intelligent, high-tech device for ensuring perfect oral hygiene. The fact is, in nearly every part of life, a growing number of functions are being merged into the tiniest of spaces, presenting a whole set of new challenges for modern manufacturing and assembly processes. As components become miniaturized, assembly plants must keep pace with the necessary technology, including the right handling components. Demand for these modules in their compact versions is therefore high - they must be fast, highly precise, and flexible.