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January 1, 2004

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Automation work cell

PF_Sterling_INSERT~1.gifFlexible downstream automation work cells increase the value of molded parts while the parts are still beside the injection molding machine. Maintaining part integrity and orientation through beside-the-press operations is said to increase yields, minimize inventories, ensure part quality, and reduce direct labor and facility costs.

The work cells are capable of integrated vision inspection, primary packaging, insert molding, inmold decorating, assembly, and application-specific operations. The company?s automation team will work with processors on an application-specific basis to find the right tooling, loading, packaging, decorating, assembly, or vision inspection work cell for their needs.

Sterling, Sterltech Robotics, Milwaukee, WI
(414) 354-0970; www.sterlco.com

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