Machine roof covers consists of large, self-supporting bellows equipped to glide on a rail system. Roof covers were first developed for large CNC gantry machines, but have been adapted to other applications requiring a moveable, low-friction cover. The bellows folds are constructed from translucent, high-strength material and attached to lightweight support beams with low-friction guide blocks and precision bearings.
Motorized industrial machine door and machine rooftop cover manufactured by Dynatect. This custom assembly is for a robotic welding cell. The door covers an opening that is 25 feet wide, 15 feet tall, and 16 feet deep.
Machine Roof Cover Installation at Diversified Machinery Systems – Colorado Springs, CO.
Roof covers are a large, self-supporting span, with minimal deflection. They are configurable to almost any rail or way system. Roof covers provide containment of dust and noise attenuation.
Standard Fold Direction (Peaks below rail)
Inverted Fold Direction (Peaks above rail) – may be used where there is an obstruction along travel path
Standard Clearance Requirements:
Upper Clearance From Top of Rail (See dimension ‘B’):
1.83” [46 mm] for standard fold direction
9.67” [246 mm] for inverted fold direction
Lower Clearance From Top of Rail (see dimension ‘C’):
Heavy-duty covers: 12.65” [321 mm] for standard fold direction, 3.33” [85 mm] for inverted fold direction
Light-duty cover: 11.65” [296 mm] for standard fold direction, 2.33” [60 mm] for inverted fold direction