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Product News: Machinery & Machining Tools
Machine-Mounted Sprue Cutter enhances process control.
Press Release Summary:
Mar 16, 2012 - Offering alternative to handheld units, Machine-mounted Heated Nipper features standard nipper configuration with machine mounting holes, interchangeable blades with heating coils, and variable temperature control with digital readout for fine tune adjustment. With automatic thermostat for consistency, this standard, off-the-shelf, heated sprue nipper is suited for cutting difficult, brittle material such as polycarbonate or glass filled nylon.
Original Press Release
SAS Automation Introduces Machine-Mounted Heated Cutter
Press release date: Mar 01, 2012
This new standard, off the shelf machine-mounted heated sprue nipper is a more efficient alternative to hand-held units.
Heated nippers are ideal for cutting difficult, brittle material, such as polycarbonate or glass filled / nylon.
This machine mounted version will allow for better process control for consistency and throughput in many applications.
According to Rob Dalton, General Manager for SAS Automation, "We continue to bring to the plastics market more efficiency tools to handle the toughest jobs, with ease. This new machine-mounted heated cutter is part of our 2012 efficiency tool introductions specifically for the plastics industry."
About >SAS< Automation >SAS< is a leading supplier of modular Robotic End-of-Arm Tooling, components, and gripper systems, capable of servicing any part and any robot. >SAS< manufactures in the USA "get a grip!", and distributes Nile sprue nipper line, and Asian chucking/gripper line and is ISO 9001:2008 Quality Certified. S
Specialists in Robotic End-of-Arm Tooling for general material handling, palletizing, packaging & plastics industries. Sales, service & support to: USA, Canada, Mexico, South America, Europe and Asia.
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