1962
Pinion gear assembling stationary machineCS-1
Years of production 1962 - 1971
The CS-1 was a significant advance towards the automatic assembly of watch modules. It attaches spur-type gears to a pinion in a process which takes place across six stations and improved the productivity in watch manufacture. After 1970 this model became the basis of "Synecton", an automatic assembly machine and "Board Packer" an electronic component assembly machine.
Pinion gear assembling stationary machine CS-1
Number of stations 6
Cycle time 4sec