Automation Design Tips: Transferring with Rollers Part 2

In the previous Automation Design Tips on Transferring with Rollers, it was explained that the three-row independent feed roller configuration would be more efficient. Here are a few more tips to consider with this configuration and how to improve the ...

Automation Design Tips: Transferring with Rollers

During this series of Automation Design Tips, we will be covering design elements of transfer specifically with rollers. As technology advances, components become smaller and more compact which requires specific automation techniques and maintenance. Transfer mechanisms require high versatility in ...

Types of Rollers and How They Are Used

Rollers are widely used components that serve the simple yet surprisingly diverse functions of facilitating and processing material and product movements in manufacturing and/or industrial settings.  While standard rollers are rollers actually touching the material, there are also conveyor rollers ...

Rocking Rapid Design with SolidWorks Users

MISUMI had the honor of attending the Rockford Area SolidWorks Users Group (RASUG) meeting this week on November 13th. We were able to talk to local SolidWorks users and get a better understanding of what SolidWorks means to them. At ...

The MISUMI Story Pt. 2: Rapid Design

Who is MISUMI? Although MISUMI is a household name in many Asian countries, many still don’t fully understand what we do in North America. That is somewhat understandable since as a manufacturer and distributor of over 21 million components it ...

Locating Pins and Their Function in the Stamping Process

Progressive stamping for Elevated Temperature Environments Progressive stamping is a very efficient high volume manufacturing process that is able to create complicated parts a single feature at a time from sheet metal by a varied combination of bending, punching, and/or ...

Prove Your Engineering Wit and Win – Impossible Quiz!

Admit it, engineers pride themselves on their knowledge – whether it’s solving a complex math problem, designing an imaginary application,  or obscure car trivia, engineers won’t pass up an opportunity to flex their brain muscles. Well, now you have your ...