Four Coil Lines to Lear in MexicoOctober 1, 2015
Coe Press Equipment, Sterling Heights, MI, announced that it has received orders for four new coil-processing lines from Lear Mexican Seating Corp. for installation at the company’s Saltillo, Mexico, location. All of the systems will feed new Aida presses being installed at the facility.
Two of the lines are designed to process coil stock to 24 in. wide in thicknesses from 0.039 to 0.125 in. These systems each consist of a 24-in. servo roll feed with a ServoMaster Touch controller, 24 by 14-ft. threading table, heavy-duty straightener, and a 15,000-lb. and 24-in.-wide-capacity coil reel. The third system consists of the same equipment, but is configured to handle coil stock to 36 in. wide and to 0.125 in. thick.The fourth system is for coil to 48 in. wide and can process coil from 0.039 to 0.118 in. thick. It features a 48-in. servo roll feed with a ServoMaster Touch controller, a 48 by 14-ft. dual threading table, and a 20,000-lb., 48-in.-width-capacity coil reel. This heavy-duty straightener features an alligator-style peeler-dekinker station for hands-free threading of the coil strip.Each of the new systems features Coe’s new HD-series straighteners designed for processing advanced high-strength steels. The company also will provide installation, startup and training for each of the lines.
See also: Coe Press Equipment Corporation
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