November/December 1999

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Selected articles from the November/December 1999 issue available online:

Standardizing finger tooling

September 4, 2001


Modular, adjustable, articulated finger tooling for transfer presses may provide the flexibility you need to increase productivity and efficiency in your stamping operation.

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Robotic press tending: available equipment and its effects on press productivity

February 19, 2001

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Robots offer an alternative to automatic transfer presses in applications in which parts must be reoriented (tilted, rotated, or flipped) as they are moved between operations. When selecting a robot for press tending, three of the many features to be considered are size, flexibility, and mountion options.

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