First off, thank you to all who visited with us at the Interwire Show in Atlanta last week. We had a great turnout and as usual, showed off our inventory wares and provided food and refreshments throughout the 3 days, to customers, colleagues and friends. Be patient, if you are still awaiting a specific quote.
Just before the show began, several items came in and are destined to quickly go out. Both are Planetary Cablers.
The first is a Cortinovis 630 mm Planetary Cabling Line (Inventory #CBR1290), 6+18 bay Configuration, Enclosed Bearing Style, Shaftless Cradles, Electronic Tensioning, Post Former, Dual Capstan, Portal Floor Traversing Take-up, Overhead Crane, Full Roller Guards, AC Vector Motors on Each Bay and Capstan, Shaftless Payoff, Right to Left Line Direction. Line was manufactured in 2012. A video of the line is located on YouTube at https://youtu.be/6Lt-wF3ipKE. Main photos and line description are on this website at http://inventory.wireandplastic.com/All/Rotating%20Equipment/Planetary%20Cablers/CBR1290. You can send in a direct quote request from this page.
The second item is a Brondel 610 mm Planetary Cabling Line (Inventory #CBR1291), 12+18 Bay Configuration, Trunnion Supported, Shaftless Cradles, Band Brake Tensioning,
Post Former, Dual Capstan, Portal Floor Traversing Take-up, Full Roller Guards, DC Motor
with Line Shafting to Each Bay, Dual Capstan with Change Gearbox, Shaftless Payoff,
Left to Right Line Direction. A video of this line is located on YouTube at https://youtu.be/4KBc2O1tevM. Main photos and line description are on this website at http://inventory.wireandplastic.com/All/Rotating%20Equipment/Planetary%20Cablers/CBR1291. You can also send in a direct quote request from this page.
Note that both of the above lines are still installed at the original manufacturer's site.Thank you again to all who visited with us at Interwire. We will be at various golf outings during the summer before heading to Orlando, FL for the IWCS in October. And then, of course, will be the next big machinery show in Dusseldorf in April 2018.