Wintriss Controls

100 Discovery Way
Unit 110
Acton, MA 01720

Phone: 978-268-2700
Fax: 978-263-2048

Recent Content on for Wintriss Controls

November 25, 2014
Make it better, keep it better with press monitoring
Press monitoring systems improve overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) and help identify downtime culprits. Press controls track when the machine is running and when it is not. It counts machine cycles, and can detect both empty strokes and cycles when die protection or tonnage faults exist.
January 12, 2010
Servo press control automatically saves up to 10 stages of upper, lower slide movement limits per cycle
Wintriss Controls has introduced a new version of its SmartPAC 2 servo press automation control. It uses a linear sensor to monitor the slide...
October 5, 2009
Wintriss Controls agrees to acquire Honeywell Wintriss Controls
Wintriss Controls Group LLC has agreed to acquire Honeywell Wintriss Controls led by the current management team of Mark Hatch, Dick LaBelle, Andy...
June 9, 2009
Slim, expandable light curtain guards multiple sides of machine with one pair of cables
Honeywell Wintriss has introduced Shadow® 8, a slim, expandable safety light curtain for such applications as metal stamping and forming. It can...
October 11, 2008
Press automation controller features built-in backup utility
Honeywell Wintriss's flagship press automation controller, SmartPAC® comes standard with a built-in backup utility. The utility allows setup...
October 11, 2008
Honeywell Wintriss announces Canadian Master Distributor
Honeywell Wintriss has appointed Veugen Integrated Technologies (VIT) as its Canadian Master Distributor. VIT handles sales, installation, and...
March 8, 2005
Software eliminates paper setup sheets
Honeywell Wintriss Controls Group has introduced Info Center, a SmartPAC 2® option that eliminates the need for paper setup sheets by enabling...
January 13, 2004
Appliancemaker reduces downtime with stamping press feed system
The Whirlpool Co. builds refrigerators at its facility in Fort Smith, Ark. The company stamps the appliance parts—large and small, galvanized, cold-rolled, and aluminum—on approximately 35 presses. The majority of its stamping presses are straight-side machines, although some are open-back inclinable (OBI), and a few are hydraulic.


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