Diesel Exhaust System Manipulator

A combination of pneumatic gripper tooling integrated with servo-drive articulating arm lifters meet the requirements of handling and manipulating the exhaust assemblies throughout the manufacturing process.

Flat Screen LCD Manipulator for Slot Machine Assembly

We coupled our PLC controlled, servo-drive lifter with vacuum based, pneumatically powered end tooling to provide the functions needed by the operators for panel installation.

Manual Roll Handling Carts with Powered Lift and Pitch for Label Handling

Our battery operated mobile roll lifters are provided which probes the core of the roll while in the core-vertical position, raises and rotates the load and is controlled via an operator hand controller.

Artillery Shell Manipulator

The all-pneumatic lifters are designed to be suspended from the existing hoist units. Due to the sensitive nature of the product, the lifters incorporate several safety features including a failsafe holding system in the event of power (compressed air) loss and a load cell release interlock (preventing the gripper jaws from opening until the shell had been placed in the appropriate cradle).

Refractory Handling/Fireplace Construction

A rigid mast system with custom lifting head was designed to lift and electrically manipulate the panels to the proper orientation. The cantilevered tooling provided the necessary reach-in capabilities so as to allow the operators to effortlessly manipulate the panels and maneuver them to the sides and rear of the boxes.

Aluminum Wheel Handling Manipulator

A high-speed, servo drive PLC controlled lifter was fitted with a custom, pneumatically operated probe-style tool. This device allows the operators to pick, move and place the wheels as quickly as if doing them by hand.

CNC Machine Loading

Depending upon the type of product being handled in the machine center (round stock, rectangular billet, etc.), a variety of custom tools are used for handling the parts. These tools are coupled with our servo-drive, plc controlled lifter; combined with “float mode” the operators are given ultimate control of the part — very high speeds when desired, very slow speeds when desired, and the zero-gravity, levitating capabilities of float mode.