3/2/2015

Bar Feeder for Precision Applications

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The Elite EVO series bar feeder from Bucci features the company’s signature quick-release polyurethane guide channels and application-driven magazine feeding options.

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The Elite EVO series bar feeder from Bucci features the company’s signature quick-release polyurethane guide channels and application-driven magazine feeding options.

IEMCA’s Elite 220 EVO offers flexibility among challenging precision applications from 2-mm (0.078”) to 23 mm (0.906”). The dual magazine feeding system uses walking beams for small-diameter precision applications (6 mm and smaller) while offering traditional gravity-fed linear magazine for large-diameter applications with change-over time less than 30 seconds for either system.

When no tolerance is left for the most precise applications, the Elite 112 EVO is the perfect choice for small-diameter production. Designed for diameters of 1 mm (0.039”) to 13 mm (0.512”), the Elite 112 EVO offers precision applications for barstock down to 0.1 mm. It can withstand 20,000 rpms and 1.5g acceleration that our investment will continue to produce results. 

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