We engineer to application specific requirements. Below are many examples of what we can do.
High Density Urethane “V” Roller
Description: These are designed for conveying and cutting rounds, such as tubing, pipe, and solids. They are a good choice when the horizontal datum (pass line height) is not critical, as the horizontal datum changes height with each diameter.
Contour Alignment Roller
Description: These are designed for conveying and cutting rounds, such as tubing, pipe, and solids. They are the right choice when the horizontal datum (pass line height) must remain constant. The material will always find it’s way to the bottom (center) of the contoured roller.
Video Monitoring Systems
Description: Video monitoring systems are available to allow for visual positioning of material from remote locations.
Sliding Roller Track Section
Description: A sliding roller section is used with horizontal miter saws when the angle being cut allows the conveyor to interfere with the travel of the arm, i.e. 60 degrees. The section can be rolled back enough to clear the arm, yet support the material being cut.
Bundle Clamps Rebar Cutting System
Description: These clamps are used for clamping “round” bundles. They work well when indexing lengths that do not have close tolerances. Typically the tolerance should be +/- 0.025” or greater on indexed lengths of 24” or less.
These clamps are not removable and are used when the product is consistently round bundles.
The pictured application is on a vertical saw; but these clamps can be adapted to a horizontal saw.
Hex Bundle Clamps
Description: Designed to tightly clamp hex shaped bundles on all sides.
These clamps are adjustable for bundles that are approx. 15″ to 21″.
The clamp fixture is bolted to the vise jaws and can be removed for standard vise use.
Custom Engineered Applications
Description: By design, our company has flexibility to take standard models and convert them into custom equipment.
Cold Weather Package
Description: Maintains the saw’s proper hydraulic fluid temperature in cold weather climates.
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