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August 8, 2013
Weld inspection carts tailored to hold any workpiece shape
Bilsing Automation North America has introduced a new custom-designed weld inspection cart that allows access to all body panel welds for integrity testing. The portable, wheeled carts can be tailored to hold any workpiece shape. Components... Read more...

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May 9, 2013
Vacuum cups withstand hot forming temps
Bilsing Automation North America has introduced the WF2 series black vacuum cups, designed to withstand the high-temperature environment of hot forming. The new silicone-free cups, made of FPM, can withstand temperatures up to 482 degrees F... Read more...

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October 10, 2012
Destacker tooling design feeds aluminum, steel blanks
Bilsing Automation offers a flexible destacking system that can separate and feed both steel and aluminum blanks in various sizes and configurations. The system comprises 2.5-in.-dia. aluminum round-body tooling and other components... Read more...

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May 30, 2012
CAD modeling helps optimize pressworking processes
Bilsing Automation has introduced the new 3-D press line scanning service, designed to provide accurate simulations of customers' stamping processes. Many automotive OEMs require that press lines be up and running within a couple hours of... Read more...

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January 24, 2011
Compact profile grippers offer high retention forces
Bilsing Automation North America's PS pneumatic grippers feature a compact profile that offers high retention forces for press shop and transfer press applications. The PS-30 weighs about 1.1 lb. and features a piston diameter of 0.79 in.... Read more...

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April 27, 2010
Pneumatic gripper withstands hot forming environments
Bilsing Automation North America has announced the availability of its PSQ40 pneumatic gripper, designed to withstand hot forming environments, such as those required to produce A and B pillars and side and roof rails for automobiles. The... Read more...