A turnkey system based around a hydraulic ALLROUNDER 920 S with a clamping force of 5,000 kN is used. Four functional and structural components made of glass-fiber reinforced PA6 are overmolded with up to 15 metal inserts in the mold. For this, up to five different inserters are separated simultaneously in the feed station. A KUKA robot places these in a loading platen. From there, a second robot picks up the inserts and, after removing the finished component, positions them simultaneously in both mold halves. After the injection molding process, a check is made to ensure that all metal inserts are properly positioned in the component. Another twelve visible part variants without inserts are injection-molded from PP (filled with 20% talcum), removed by the robot and subsequently transported to a clip assembly station, where they are fitted with up to eight clips in the "free-flying" gripper under the assembly head.