This machine turns a ribbon of steel into a gun safe door at the end of the line. The door is then assembled with locking mechanism and handle, then painted. After it's painted, it's mounted to the gun safe cabinet, created with the machine listed below.
This machine turns a ribbon of steel into a complete gun safe cabinet at the end of the line. Ready for hardware and paint.
This starts with pre-cast and machined-aluminum basket hardware. The process drills and taps threads for the basket that holds the drum in an automatic clothes washer.
This system starts with pre-cut stainless steel stock and converts it into a inside chamber for dishwashers. Some of the tasks this system performs are metal forming, welding, adhesive bonding, and automated assembly.
This system starts with pre-cut flat sheet metal. Robotic arms move the metal through five stages, in which it is formed to create the outer shell of a refrigerator door.
This system starts with flat metal. It moves through several stations to create a base frame for a refrigerator.
This system starts with preformed parts, which the machine welds on couplers and dip cups. The completed part is ready for use in building hot water heaters.
This system starts with several preformed parts, which the machine combines to produce a completed oven door.
This system combines several preformed parts to produce a completed oven cavity.
This system combines brake shoe blanks with the brake shoe ribs. It is configurable to multiple sizes.
This system bends flat metal sheets into the cylinder shape for future dryer tubs. The machine can produce tubs in two different metal alloys, galavanized and stainless steel.
2105 S. Euclid Avenue ■ P.O. Box 920 ■ Bay City, MI 48707-0920 Company Directory: (989) 684-4030 ■ Sales: (989) 671-6946 or (989) 671-6905 ■ Fax: (989) 684-3960