Both our servo driven feeders are designed to process blanks of various geometries, sizes and materials, allowing a large range of products to be produced in a single transfer press.
Linear is a Global supplier of press transfer automation, blank feed systems and press to press automation. Linear is the world’s leading supplier of this specialized automation, with the focus on optimizing metal stamping operations on every project. Our proven technology is designed to be the most reliable, robust and flexible automation in the market. We also build each system with the simple goal of never being the bottleneck in the stamping process utilizing our scalable drive sizing software to insure the drive train exceeds any speed limitations in the stamping process. The equipment is backed up with world class 24/7 support from our many global locations.
Linear is part of The Flodraulic Group of companies www.flodraulic.com, one of North Americas leading fluid power distributors with over 18 locations in the US and Canada. Established in 1994, Linear serves the automotive, appliance, HVAC, outdoor power equipment, renewable energy, and consumer goods industries at the OEM and tier levels. Linear has sales and service locations in the US and Canada, Mexico, Brazil, China, Thailand and the UK.
Linear Transfer Automation Inc. was recently featured on an article in the Stamping Journal. This article does a great job of reinforcing the notion that a new Transfer System can drive new business to any stamping venture. ”Saturn Tool & Die installed a large transfer press system to even out the peaks and valleys of […]
FABTECH 2018 is North America’s largest metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing event, Located at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia. This event provides a convenient ‘one-stop shop’ venue where you can meet with world-class suppliers, see the latest industry products and developments, and find the tools to improve productivity, increase profits, lower […]
Linear Transfer Automation, Barrie, Ontario, Canada, replaced all five, beginning in 2010, with the latest ETF entering production this past July. “The new ETFs are offering 35-percent improvement over the mechanical transfer systems, ” says Sparkes.