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3D Faro Laser Scanner

See the Future of Your Operation with the 3D Faro Laser Scanner

Whether you’re starting from scratch or just looking to make some upgrades to your current set-up, being able to see the final result before any work starts creates a huge advantage. Our 3D Faro Laser Scanner takes all of the guess work out of the design process and allows you to see the full picture […]

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Chicane Conveyor System

Say Hello to the 4000 Series Chicane Conveyor System

The 4000 Series Chicane Conveyor System is a notable segment of the Eaglestone lineup of packaging conveyors, and it’s perfect for bringing order to sometimes chaotic mass flow production. Whether products have been grouped together deliberately or as an unintended result of other parts of your process, this system quickly organizes products into neat rows […]

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Food Conveyor Clean Out Ports: The Pros and Cons

Bacteria are tough. They can inhabit acidic hot springs, radioactive waste, deep ocean volcanic vents…and your food conveyor. In the Battle of the Bacteria, every day involves another Seek and Destroy Mission. The problem is, if you can’t seek, you can’t destroy. That’s where food conveyor clean out ports come in. No Place to Hide […]

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Eaglestone UHMW I-beam shaped wear strip snaps into place.

Wear Strips: Reduce Friction That Can Fray Conveyor Belts

Without conveyor belts, your products are going nowhere. But the same constant movement that keeps your goods in motion takes a toll on the belt material as it rubs against rollers and the table bed. The weight of the product creates downward pressure, increasing the amount of contact. When surfaces move against each other, the […]

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Laser Etching Produces Sanitation-Friendly Info Tags

Here’s the thing. Labeling and food handling aren’t always a good mix. The most common methods for affixing information to equipment involves either paper labels or engraved steel tags spot-welded or bolted onto the machinery. Neither is the best idea in certain industries, especially food production and pharmaceuticals. Paper labels can be torn or ripped […]

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