Materials Handling

The material handling technology area encompasses systems and equipment for handling coil, sheet, plate, profiles, tube and pipe, raw materials, and scrap. It also covers peripheral accessories such as C-hooks, clamps, die storage systems, hoists, lifters, and sheet stackers and destackers.

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Adjustable roller shelf system introduced

April 11, 2006

Lista Intl. Corp. has introduced the Storage Wall® roller shelf, a system of shelves to be used within the company's Storage Wall system.Constructed with standard conveyor roller, the shelf system...

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H & H celebrates anniversary

April 11, 2006

H & H Sales Co. Inc., Huntertown, Ind., is celebrating its 55th anniversary this year.H & H Equipment Co., founded in 1951, works extensively with propane, welding, and other high-pressure industries....

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Center-drive conveyors require limited space

March 7, 2006

QC Industries offers the 250 series center-drive conveyors that feature a 1.89-in. profile, allowing them to be used in applications where space is limited.The units have a load-carrying capacity of...

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Electric-powered vacuum lifters support heavy loads

March 7, 2006

Anver Corp. offers electric-powered vacuum lifters that can be custom-built with frames up to 20 ft. long, various cross-bar sizes, and up to 50 individual valve-operated vacuum cups to support heavy...

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Atlas Technologies relocates

March 7, 2006

Atlas Technologies Inc., Fenton, Mich., has relocated its South Alloy Drive headquarters to its newer Copper Avenue Technical Center.The company built the 59,000-sq.-ft. center in 1997 with plans to...

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Bystronic names distributor

February 7, 2006

Bystronic Inc., Hauppauge, N.Y., has signed on ACC Machinery Co. Inc., Phoenix, as a distributor for the Arizona region.Systems offered include Byspeed Bysprint, and Bystar laser cutting systems; the...

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Don't get stuck

February 7, 2006

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Magnetic soft-belt conveyors can feed presses and transport parts from one workstation to another or from production to inspection, storage, or packaging operations. If you work with ferrous metal coils or sheets, a magnetic system may help improve plant efficiency, safety and reduce costs.

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Reel designed for smooth payoff of ferrous, nonferrous materials

January 10, 2006

P/A Industries offers its Palletizer horizontal payout reel, designed for the smooth payoff of both ferrous and nonferrous materials such as mild steel, brass, and aluminum. It is available in sizes...

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Vacuum lifter requires no external power

January 10, 2006

Anver Corp.'s mechanical vacuum lifter features a self-cycling valve and piston that create suction when lowered from a crane onto a load until the chain slackens completely and is raised again.The...

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FANUC Southeast moves to new facility

January 10, 2006

FANUC Robotics America Inc., Rochester Hills, Mich., is moving its Southeast operations to a 22,000-sq.-ft. customer technology center near Charlotte, N.C.The additional floor space is dedicated to...

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Dorner names COO

December 13, 2005

Dorner Mfg. Corp., Hartland, Wis., has named Richard "Rich" Ryan as chief operating officer.Ryan joins the company from Rockwell Automation, where he held a variety of executive management positions....

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Jervis B. Webb Co. names senior vice president

December 13, 2005

Jervis B. Webb Co., Farmington Hills, Mich., has promoted Brian G. Stewart to senior vice president and COO. He is responsible for all aspects of engineering, sales and marketing, purchasing,...

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Linde Material Handling-North America appoints staff

December 13, 2005

Linde Material Handling-North America, Summerville, S.C., has appointed Rich Bevington as regional sales manager. Mike Paul will assume responsibilities for the company's dealers.Bevington is...

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Fast-forward fabricating

December 13, 2005

A new laser cutter, a new panel bender, and two older punching and shearing combination machines, connected to a new automatedstorage-and-retieval system have helped an Indianapolis job shop stay on top of emergnecy orders that normally come its way.

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Scrap the belt conveyors

December 13, 2005

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The traditional belt conveyors used to remove scrap from the stamping operations at American Trim's facility on Baxter Street in Lima, Ohio, just couldn't stand up to the gritty shop environment. The company found a successful alternative with a belt-less material movement solution from GSW Press Automation.

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