Hot Off the Press
Deep-Draw Stamper Launches Website
Monday, November 15, 2004
Truex Inc., Pawtucket, RI, a manufacturer of deep-drawn and stamped parts, has launched a new website at www.truexinc.com
. The firm offers a complete line of industry-standard smooth and ribbed ferrules--an embedded search engine in the website allows customers to find available ferrules through the use of key characteristics such as material type, ID or length. Customers can also request quotes. Truex offers value-added services including material finishing, heattreating and assembly.
Atlas Sells EOL Racking Systems to Ford
Friday, November 12, 2004
The Ford Motor Co. Chicago Stamping Plant has ordered 10 end-of-line (EOL) racking systems from Atlas Technologies, Fenton, MI. The systems will go on large transfer presses and on intermediate-sized tandem press lines. From the installations, the plant expects to improve production, reduce ergonomic issues, improve floor-space utilization, reduce part damage and eliminate EOL bottlenecks. Atlas will include height-adjustable tables, anti-fatigue rubberized decking, dedicated lighting and fans to the systems. Learn more at www.atlastechnologies.com
Banner Vision Sensor a Finalist for Design Award
Thursday, November 11, 2004
The PresencePlus P4 vision sensor from Banner Engineering, Minneapolis, MN, has been selected as a finalist for the 2004 Product Design & Development magazine Engineering awards. The P4 is a self-contained vision sensor—similar in size to traditional photoelectric sensors—that performs 360-deg. Non-fixtured product inspections. Award criteria call for products to require significant engineering and be uniquely qualifies to perform designated functions.
For more on the P4, visit www.bannerengineering.com