Ttarp Industries, Inc. (Buffalo, NY) offers its 60-inch heat laminating system, which is designed to laminate, slit, and rewind heat-activated or cold-bonded adhesive products. The laminators process sheet or roll goods, including rubber, plastic, foam, and others. Other features include: Two sets of larger (5” diameter) silicone pinch rollers to improve bonding on thin materials.
The SSRC Refrigerated Cycling Compressed Air Dryer from Sullair Corporation (Michigan City, IN) is furnished in nine models, ranging from 175 to 1000 scfm. The dryers utilize the reliable and energy-saving scroll compressor, and a zero-loss drain integrated into the heat exchanger to collect condensate.
COE Press Equipment (Sterling Heights, MI) has upgraded its ServoMaster Series Roll Feeds with the new ServoMaster 3 Controller based on an integrated Yaskawa MP940 servo drive and motion control package. Other benefits of the ServoMaster 3 include a 500-job memory function, S-curve acceleration for improved accuracy, and 24 I/O ports.
Fabco-Air (Gainsville, FL) now offers 3 new styles of cylinders with all exposed surfaces made of stainless steel. The new styles include: The Pancake, a round, compact cylinder that has a uni-body construction and a smooth outside surface that doesn't trap wash down solution or allow bacteria growth.
Siemens Industry, Inc. (Atlanta, GA) announces a new service for its line of 1FK7 servomotors, which allows customers to place an order for any Siemens customizable servomotor and have it drop-shipped in three weeks. A diverse range of options are available, creating more than 100,000 possible configurations, according to the company, including all compact (CT) and high-dynamic (HD) servomotors.
The UHVM and VGVM concrete vibrators from Cleveland Vibrator Company (Cleveland, OH) offer durability, portability, and adjustable frequency for forms, hoppers, bins, chutes, and more. The UH and UHVM air piston vibrators are available in 1-1/4” or 2” diameter piston versions, and both models have adjustable high frequency vibration for maximum efficiency.
Lantech (Brewerton, NY) and Schneider Packaging Equipment introduce the Stack and Wrap Palletizing/Stretch Wrapping Cell, which combines two or more lines into a centralized, automated stretch wrapping station. The palletizing system centers a FANUC robotic arm between two Lantech Q-600 stretch wrappers.
Han-Kwang USA (Lombard, IL) announces its Model TL 6015, a tube cutting laser system capable of handling 24’ long, 6.5” diameter workpieces. The maximum wall thicknesses are up to ¼” in mild steel and 1/5” in stainless steel. A 2.5KW Panasonic laser and a versatile Siemens 840D CNC controls all function of the machine, alongside Han-Kwangs proprietary “Flex 3D” tube cutting software.
TRI-TRONICS, Inc. (Tampa, FL) has introduced the SMARTEYE ColorWise Sensor that solves most difficult color applications at higher speeds than color cameras or other sensors. The ColorWise is ideal for intricate color sorting or inspection problems, such as high-speed packaging and production lines.
The Cincinnati (Harrison, OH) Modular Material Handling System (MMHS) boosts the productivity of its CL-800 series of dual-pallet laser cutting systems, reducing cost-per-part and allowing unattended operation for up to three shifts via an automated load/unload of raw materials and finished parts.
Iwis Drive Systems (Indianapolis, IN) now offers the Elite product range of chains and complete drive solutions for systems that are exposed to harsh conditions, such as dust, dirt, extreme temperatures, and water. The chains feature Iwis' proven design, in addition to special materials and coatings, to withstand extreme environmental conditions.
Deschner (Santa Ana, CA) is now offering the Super-K Kinechek speed regulator, designed for a wide variety of motion control solutions, including robotics, food processing equipment, and packaging machines. The Super-K now comes in a 4” or 6” stroke within a short overall length, and can handle loads up to 1,200 lbs.
MAG (Sterling Heights, MI) now offers a wide range of CYCLO CUT cutting tools and CYCLO COOL metalworking fluids designed and blended for machining. The tools and fluids can increase material removal rates in titanium structures by as much as 300 percent, according to the company, resulting in faster cycle times, 33 percent cost-per-part reductions, and increased tool life.
DEUBLIN Company (Waukegan, IL) introduces the Slip Rings, an electrical device that allows the transmission of power from a stationary to a rotating structure. The rings from DEUBLIN can be easily configured for both power and signal connections, and are compatible with Ethernet, Profinet, RS-232, RS-485, RS-422, CAN, as well as generic analog signals.
Fastenal (Winona, MN) offers a solution to industrial vending with the SmartStore, which is managed by the customer’s local Fastenal store team and stocked with the products they use most. Installation requires only electricity and Internet access, according to the company. Advantages of industrial vending include: Reduction in consumption by tracking employee usage and setting limits.
Universal Package Systems (Dale, IN) has expanded its bulk container and tote cut and weld capabilities, and is now producing a variety of custom containers based on customer demands. By customizing the size of the container for a specific application, customers will be able to maximize their storage area while effectively reducing shipping costs.
VICI Valco (Houston, TX) has a new Universal Valve Actuator that allows instrument manufacturers to use a single motor and control software to operate any Valco or Cheminert rotary valve. All valves and selectors, with a wide range of turning torques, are covered by three actuator versions: high-speed, medium-speed/medium-torque, and high-torque.
The FXC-HD large-area gripping system from Schmalz (Raleigh, NC) facilitates energy-saving and cost-efficient automation with a small main body and a small evacuation volume. The chambers from the suction and blow-off functions are separate, so items can be set down quickly, using less power, with only 0.
The TruMark 5020, a new fiber laser marker from TRUMPF (Farmington, CT), is ideal for applications on metals and plastics with high speed and excellent edge quality requirements. The 5020’s dynamic scanner module is able to convert pulse frequencies of up to 1 MHz into a correspondingly high processing speed.
Motoman’s (Dayton, OH) new 6-axis MA1400 “Master Arc” welding robot significantly increases uptime by integrating the torch into the upper arm, and is available in floor-, wall-, or ceiling-mounted configurations. The MA1400 is ideal for high-density layouts with multiple robots working in close proximity due to its integrated cabling, which reduces interference and cable wear.
Koike Aronson/Ransome, Inc. (Arcade, NY) introduces the KOIKEJET waterjet cutting system, which features a precision ground ball screw drive for a smooth and accurate cutting motion, as well as laser alignment, initial height sensing, and adjustable water level control for improved cutting efficiency.
Nordson ASYMTEK (Carlsbad, CA) introduces the CPJ+ (Calibrated Process Jetting Plus), which reduces process variability to maintain a constant Takt time by ensuring consistent flow rates. Using the proprietary Fluidmove software for Windows XP, the CPJ+ automatically compensates for fluid viscosity changes over time and batch-to-batch variations.
The pop-up transfer conveyors from TKF (Cincinnati, OH) are light-duty units designed to handle loads up to 250 pounds with motorized roller-driven strands, eliminating noisy chain drives. The conveyors also do not use vertical guides or cam ramps for positioning, which simplifies maintenance.
Sullair Corporation (Michigan City, IN) announces the redesign of their 200 HP compressors offered with a choice of constant speed drive models (the LS-200S) or constant speed drive with variable capacity control (the VCC-200S and VCC-250S). The VCC models use Sullair’s spiral valve technology, which allows the compressor to match pressure and capacity with system demand, lowering energy usage.
MAG (Sterling Heights, MI) has redesigned its modular HMC 1250 Series machining tool with a new 180,000 position A-axis tilt spindle for 5-axis horizontal machining on large parts. The new 6,000 rpm/ 46 kW tilt spindle is engineered for machining large equipment parts for aerospace, pump, or valve applications.