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  • Cart
    Handing Description: Pick up a large cart, weighing up to 680 lbs., and transfer it in and out of a heat treat station. Cart will be raised and positioned on a pick up station 7" higher than grade by a 2" hook tab centered on top of the cart. Problems: The cart has several shelves filled
  • Steel Core Shafts
    Handling Procedure: Pick up a core shaft from a cart, transfer to the winder and place it between two winder drums. Also remove shaft from the unwind table and place onto the cart. PROBLEM: The core shafts are long and weigh 200 lbs. each. Two operators were required to handle them. Operators had
  • Plastic Film
    Handling Procedure: Pick up a roll of plastic film from a cart in the horizontal position. Once the roll is gripped, it will be pitched down 90??to a vertical orientation and placed on a shipping pallet. The reverse is also possible, where the roll will be brought into the work cell on. a pallet
  • Aluminum Spools Wound with Rubber Strands
    the weight of the spool, the end-effector must slide the spool off the spindle. Application: Remove aluminum spools wound with rubber strands from the horizontal spindles on a winding machine and transfer them to a cart with horizontal shafts. Positech: Industry Solution Details. Sales: 800-831-6026
  • Support Plate & Molds
    Handling Procedure: Transferring a wax pattern bra back and forth from a cart to the mold machine. Pattern has a dipping fixture plate (bra) across the bottom as a grip point. Pattern has an average envelope of 12-18" tall x 30" long x 10" wide weighing 45-170 lbs. each. Future patterns may be 22
  • Hulls and Decks for Personal Watercraft
    Handling Procedure: Pick up a hull or deck from an "H" frame fixture on a conveyor. The part is removed from the conveyor for inspection. After inspection, the part is transferred to a Pass or a Fail cart. Problem: The same tool must pick up both the hull, weighing up to 240 lb., and the deck
  • Investment Casting Molds
    Handling Procedure: Investment casting molds in a "cup up" orientation are gripped and picked from an incoming cart, the molds are then transferred away from the cart and filled with water for leak testing, after testing is completed the molds are inverted 180º to our the water out. After water has
  • Tilter/Up-Ender Reduces Worker Fatigue and Potential Injuries While Reducing Packing Time
    for access to the bottom of the cabinet. Next, the cabinet is placed on a transfer cart at the same height as the deck and transferred to a conveyor line for final shipping preparations.

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