TELE-audiovision - The World’s Largest Digital TV Trade Magazine - page 139

03-04/2014 —
TELE-audiovision International —
1. This worker uses a rough file for deburring a freshly pressed
SMC dish segment.
2. How do you install a satellite antenna? Right, there must be
holes for attaching the dish to a pole, for example. This machine
drills holes into the dish. First, the dish is put into place by hand.
Once that is finished the machine drills a total of eight holes into
the dish which are then used to mount the dish at the respective
3. Press moulds for all varieties of satellite antennas can be found
in the huge mould storage. In practical terms, this could be called
the actual core capital of the company.
4. Dish segments are first prepared for coating and then
positioned on the conveyor belt. The belt has a length of 380 m and
takes 40 to 50 minutes for a full cycle. During that time the satellite
dishes are cleaned, sprayed with paint and dried. After that, they
are ready for packaging.
5. Cleaning and pre-treatment of segments.
6. The spraying guns work fully automatically and evenly apply the
protective coating onto the segments.
7. Finished satellite antennas waiting for shipment.
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