Dynatect Manufacturing Inc.
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Automate 2024 Product Spotlight: Dynatect Manufacturing Inc. Offers Protective Solutions in Automation

June 4, 2024
With a mission to improve human-machine safety and machine uptime, the company brings reliable engineered solutions to complex and specialty applications.

Dynatect provides protective solutions in automation—such as automated doors, clutches, cable carriers, manual doors, ball screws, bellows, roll-up doors and machine-door actuators—to leading manufacturers, integrators, distributors and consultants.

Products and services specifically for the manufacturing, welding and metalworking sectors include automated barrier doors and machine safety doors; cable and hose carriers; door actuators for automating CNC machine doors; bellows, covers and machine roof covers; machine pit roll-up covers; ball screw repair; and way cover repair.

The company’s automated machine safety door (pictured above) is designed to be an effective solution for increasing productivity and industrial safety. The high-speed door isolates hazardous operations from personnel, equipment and materials, but it allows for easy access when needed, minimizing cycle times to keep production lines running efficiently.

Beyond its core function as a safety barrier, the AMSD can adapt to various automated processes, functioning as both a secure barrier and an industrial safety curtain. This automated machine door can be equipped with an optional LiDAR scanner, which senses an obstruction approaching the closing door and quickly stops the door to avoid impact, providing an additional layer of safety for workers and equipment.

It can be used with existing machine guard panels to create a comprehensive machine guarding system. This system optimizes separation between hazardous and non-hazardous areas within a facility.

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Sharon Spielman | Technical Editor, Machine Design

As Machine Design’s technical editor, Sharon Spielman produces content for the brand’s focus audience—design and multidisciplinary engineers. Her beat includes 3D printing/CAD; mechanical and motion systems, with an emphasis on pneumatics and linear motion; automation; robotics; and CNC machining.

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