ITW Trans Tech said its two-color pad printer has a V design that allows two-color printing using a single part-holding fixture, giving the machine a high level of flexibility and a lower cost.
A solid steel box-frame construction makes the pad printer rigid. Ink pickup, printing and pad cleaning are performed simultaneously, using two reciprocating, gear-driven printing heads.
The machine can print as many as 1,200 parts per hour.
ITW Trans Tech is based in Carol Stream, Ill.
Tel. (630) 909-5762, fax (630) 752-4433, e-mail [email protected]
SAS Automation now makes tubular frame
SAS Automation Ltd., which makes end-of-arm tooling in Xenia, Ohio, introduced a new tube-shaped frame that gives more complete flexibility for mounting the tooling than the company´s square, rectangular and D-shaped aluminum frames.
Tooling can be mounted at any angle.
SAS machines its clamps from one piece, for easy assembly. The tubular frame can use a customer´s existing clamps and components.
Tel. (937) 372-5255, fax (937) 372-5555, e-mail [email protected]