The Transporter® MV end-of-arm
tooling from Industrial
Magnetics Inc. combines vacuum and magnet technology to
lift and hold all shapes and
types of steel, from brass and
aluminum to ferrous and stainless, perforated, oily, or painted, in stamping,
blanking, and press-to-press transfer applications.
The patented magnet/vacuum design is million-cycle-tested for endurance.
When used with ferrous steel, it incorporates a fail-safe feature so that parts will
not release in the event of air loss.
Industrial Magnetics Inc. | 231-582-3100 | www.magnetics.com
Coil handling equipment
Norwalk Innovation Inc.’s Un-Coiler
can uncoil wire, strip steel, and other
coiled materials and feed them into
production machinery. It can handle
wire diameters up to 0.250 in. and flat
strip up to 0.125 in., and can hold coil
stock up to 10,000 lbs.
The unit features a patented drive,
portability, and caster wheels for support.
Norwalk Innovation Inc. | 800-688-2645 | www.norwalkinnovation.com
In-die tapping with a progressive die
AIDA-America Corp. will demonstrate in-die tapping using a progressive
die in an NC1-1500D servo-driven gap press at 60 SPM with a 1⁄ 2-13 tapping operation. The demonstration combines swing motion, constant
velocity, and silent blanking motion in a ServoPro to eliminate the secondary operation normally required for tapping stamped parts.
AIDA also will feature an LF series straightener/feeder, a space-saver unit
designed to reduce overall floor space.
AIDA-America Corp. | 937-237-2382 | www.aida-america.com
The Heim Group offers a front to back
drive model, 90-ton press. The new model
has a large bed and slide area, combination
clutch and brake, hydraulic overload,
recirculating oil lubrication system, deep
box slide with eight-point gibbing, and
Variable-speed drives, T-slots, stroke
length, and shut height are customizable
and included as standard equipment. An
optional link-motion feature and an H-frame design also are available.
The Heim Group | 708-496-7400 |
The FABRICATOR | An FMA Publication
March 2007 | www.thefabricator.com
Punching, bending technology
The TruPunch 2020 punching machine and TruBend
3120 press brake from
TRUMPF are designed for
In a short-run environment, trial runs, tooling
setups, and maintaining part
accuracy using traditional
stamping methods can eat away at profits. According to the company, punching and bending technology offers fast setup and tooling changeovers to help
stampers profitably take on short production runs, such as prototype work.
TRUMPF Inc. | 860-255-6036 | www.us.trumpf.com
Sunday, March 25 — 12 p.m. – 5:00 p.m
Monday, March 26 — 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday, March 27 — 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m
Wednesday, March 28 — 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
FRICTION SPOT JOINING(FSJ)
A Revolutionary Light Alloy Joining Process
• High-Quality, High-Strength Bond
• Compact System Controlled Solely
by the Robot Controller
• Consumes 1/20 the Electrical
Power as Compared to RSW
• Easy to Install,
Program and Operate
Welding • Painting • Handling • Polishing • Sealing • Packaging • Cutting • Tending
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