Assembly Line Conveyor Case Studies

Inverted Assembly Line Conveyor

Inverted Assembly Line Conveyor

Overhead conveyors adapted for floor mounting help keep things moving smoothly at Shadwood Enterprise Limited. The company’s new production facility in North Bay, Ontario manufactures automatic portable battery charger units. From the beginning, Shadwood management...

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Two Jobs, One Conveyor

Two Jobs, One Conveyor

The Challenge When a leading automotive parts manufacturer needed to install a powder coating line for condenser coils, they had two issues to resolve: First, they needed to conserve both the floor space and oven size as much as possible. Secondly, they needed to have...

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Length Matters

Length Matters

Moving long parts through multiple processes in manufacturing. Ever notice the size of those overhead highway signs that we all rely on to get ourselves to where we need to go?  As a manufacturer or material handling organization you may wonder how items such as these...

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How to Store 1,000 Parts in 100 Square Feet of Floor Space

How to Store 1,000 Parts in 100 Square Feet of Floor Space

In both manufacturing and warehousing, workers are constantly challenged with minimizing floor space requirements while maximizing storage capacity. Typical solutions may include installing in a few extra racks at the end of a busy aisleway, double-stacking skids on...

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Powered Over/Under Conveyor for Assembly Line

Powered Over/Under Conveyor for Assembly Line

In both manufacturing and warehousing, workers are constantly challenged with minimizing floor space requirements while maximizing storage capacity. Typical solutions may include installing in a few extra racks at the end of a busy aisleway, double-stacking skids on...

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Specialized Conveyors: A Production Manager’s Dream

Specialized Conveyors: A Production Manager’s Dream

Cardwell Westinghouse is a company whose history goes back over 100 years. The original Westinghouse Air Brake Company was founded by George Westinghouse in 1869. Westinghouse developed the first automatic air brake system that was installed on a Pennsylvania Railroad...

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