Press Release Summary:
Safely collecting finished parts as they come off any bar-fed CNC lathe, Econo-Rack(TM) feeds products onto turntable covered by low-friction UHMW material. System enables manufacturers to let machine tools run unattended for extended periods. Free-standing with adjustable height, Econo-Rack can be moved from machine to machine. System's 28 in. diameter and 100 lb load capacity supports Swiss-type applications.
Original Press Release:
Royal Products' New Econo-Rack(TM) Prevents Damage, Increases Productivity
Hauppauge, New York -Royal Products, a leading manufacturer of metalworking performance accessories, has introduced the Econo-Rack(TM), a device that safely collects finished parts as they come off of any bar-fed CNC lathe. It prevents damage to finished parts and reduces mess, feeding products onto a turntable covered by a low-friction UHMW material instead of into an oil-filled collection bucket. The Econo-Rack enables manufacturers to let machine tools run unattended for extended periods. Because the Econo-Rack can keep running long after employees have left, the extra production hours may significantly increase profits. Free-standing with adjustable height, the Econo-Rack can be easily moved from machine to machine. With its compact 28-inch diameter and 100-pound load capacity, Econo-Rack is ideal for Swiss-type applications. The Econo-Rack is a lower-cost alternative to Royal's Heavy-Duty Rota-Rack®, which has a 36-inch diameter and can handle up to 700 pounds of parts. Utilized to its fullest extent, it's possible to generate an additional profit of $150,000 to $200,000 per lathe, per year with the Royal Rota-Rack. About Royal Products
Royal Products, www.royalprod.com, has grown to be a leading manufacturer of precision metalworking accessories since the company's founding in 1946. An ISO-registered company, Royal is recognized throughout the metalworking industry for both the quality and innovation reflected in the hundreds of unique accessories that comprise its line of products. All have been developed with the goals optimizing machine-tool performance and maximizing spindle usage.