Press Release Summary:
OSA-LATORÂ® TD500 and TD1000 robotic indexing tables, with rectangular, tooling-support structure, offer 2, 3, or 4 positions. Machined-steel dial tops are offered in 48, 60, and 72 in. diameters, with custom sizes and materials available. Drill-tap and/or drill-ream hole patterns can be provided.
Original Press Release:
OSA-LATOR Indexing Table Line Offers New Dial Top Models
(Niagara Falls, NY - June 16, 2003) In response to customer requests, new dial top models have just been introduced to the OSA-LATOR® indexing table line. With the same underlying mechanical geometry of other OSA-LATOR models, the new tables differ only in the physical structure of the table top. Previous OSA-LATOR models have all featured the line's signature rectangular, tooling support structure. Due to the greater simplicity of the dial top, the new models come with a significant price advantage over the traditional OSA-LATOR table design.
The new dial top tables are currently available in TD500 and TD1000 models with 2, 3, or 4 positions. Although the machined steel dial tops are offered in 48", 60" or 72" diameters, custom sizes and materials are available upon request. Drill-tap and/or drill-ream hole patterns can also be provided.
OSA-LATOR robotic indexing tables are distributed in the U.S. through Fork-Levator Inc., Niagara Falls, New York and in Canada through Trans-Quip Inc., Grimsby, Ontario. Please visit www.osalator.com for additional information.
For further information please contact Kelly Chadwick, Marketing & Communications Coordinator, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 1-800-559-8366.