Finger tool receiver

Aug. 22, 2001
A receiver attaches individual finger tools to transfer press rails.

A receiver attaches individual finger tools to transfer press rails. Its compound-angle locking mechanism rigidly secures the finger tool using a visually proofed handle, along with a separate and redundant safety latch. The FLEX Series finger tool receiver lets one or two sets of common rails to be used for all parts. It can be retrofit to most existing transfer presses or used for new transfer press applications, while also adapting to existing finger tooling. Optional electrical and pneumatic connections are available.

Atlas Technologies Inc., 201 S. Alloy Dr., Fenton, MI 48430, (810) 629-6663.

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