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Conveyor System that is Versatile and Modular, powered by Interroll

Bre Hargreaves VP Product / Dec 17th, 2018

This week we officially released our modular conveyor system powered by Interroll Rollers.

Vention users can now design and order gravity and automated conveyors directly from Vention’s cloud-based MachineBuilder 3D. Your custom conveyor designs can be shipped as early as the next day.

In this blog, we will explore the key features and benefits that make Vention's conveyor rollers stand out.

Simplicity and Endless Configuration

Vention's modular conveyor system has been designed for a large set of use cases. Whether you’re choosing a single or double aisle, gravity or automated conveyors, each configuration can be achieved with as few as eight parts. This simple architecture makes designing, ordering and assembling your custom conveyor quick and easy!

High Performance and Reliability

Designed in partnership with Interroll, these Vention-compatible rollers deliver quiet conveyance at high speeds of up to 2 m/s, carrying heavy loads of up to 20 kg per roller. With precision ball bearings, polyamide bearing housings and seals, these rollers have minimal friction and a long life.

Plug and Play Automation

The modular conveyor’s full Vention compatibility makes it easy to automate using the MachineMotionTM controller. Create custom driving configurations and automation sequences with Vention's plug-and-play components, like the NEMA 34 stepper motor and variable detection sensors. You can choose a single-straight-line, double-straight-line and cross-conveyor driving configuration using the same modular components and still address specific use cases.

Library of Customizable Public Design

As with any Vention product, we’ve released a portfolio of base designs for the Vention community. These designs are fully customizable directly in Vention MachineBuilder 3D. Need help customizing your design? One of our application engineers will be happy to lend a hand.

Sample of designs in the public library

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