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January 29, 2014
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A set of refined and redesigned product-handling systems has been created to better redefine market requirements to separate and move trimmed product from the stationary side of a die shoe to a cross-transfer conveyor that then transfers the product to the next production function. The systems are available for use on all T-Series trim presses, the co. says. Product handlers are also available for both single- and double-row trim applications. As the product exits the stationary die shoe, it's guided into specific trays. When the system reaches a pre-set count, product-specific pushers separate the product stacks and guide them onto the cleated belt of the cross conveyor. Both the pushers and the trays are desiged for quick changes, and the belts may need to be changed based on trim center lines.
Brown Machine LLC, 574/267-5178.
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