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KALE CONVEYOR LTD.CO., established in 1975, by passing the years transmission belt, tresher pulley belt, tire sheets with rubber based productions stages one by one, has been serving to you, our esteemed customers with nylon and polyester woven conveyor belt productions for 15 years.
29 Mar 2009
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Check out this Fanuc M-20ia R30iA on a custom built conveyor belt system made by RobotWorx! Find out more by check out *******www.robots****/specials.php?tag=102 or calling us at 740-383-8383.
16 Apr 2011
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To be correctly arranged, conveyor belts continually require to have their sides inside the thickness of the pulley face and throughout the limits of any other moving elements, like the returning rolls and the idlers. This should be examined although the belt is within a complete load condition.
15 Sep 2017
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A layer of ice falls off a metal railing & looks like as if it's on a moving conveyor belt. So satisfying to watch!
18 Jun 2019
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HIC International Co Inc Offering Quality Indian Conveyor Belts and Belt Fasteners in New Delhi, Delhi. Address : D-136, Shankar Road Post Office New Rajinder Nagar New Delhi, India 110060 Phone: +91 88266 79660, 91(0) 11 2874 2791, +91 72890 45000 Cell: +91 88266 79660
30 Aug 2019
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HIC International Co Inc Mining Conveyor Belt Manufacturers in India. Hic India Mining Conveyor Belt suppliers exporters in India. Address : D-136, Shankar Road Post Office New Rajinder Nagar New Delhi, India 110060 Phone: +91 88266 79660, 91(0) 11 2874 2791, +91 72890 45000 Cell: +91 88266 79660
10 Sep 2019
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These guys certainly know their way around their tools and use this gadget as a conveyor belt to load their goods in the truck.
11 Oct 2019
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A conveyor belt is primarily employed for carrying objects from one point to another. They are generally used for transportation in close distances, generally within a building, and in connecting assembly lines to the final inspection and packing lines. The material to be transported is placed on the belt and is carried to the end point, horizontally or along an inclined slope. This system comprises of two or more pulleys to rotate the belt in continuous circles.
2 Dec 2019
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the manufacturer of printing machine Luen Cheong Printing Equipment Group Limited Jin Xia Industrial District Chan an Town Dongguan City GuangDong Province China**** salescn-print**** infocn-print**** directorcn-print**** Function 1.Controlled by microprocessor,easy operation,running stably and accurately. 2.4-digit auto counter built-in. 3.Cast aluminum machine frame,low weight and high intensity,turnable machine head. 4.Separate adjustment of the pad up/down stroke speed. 5.Ink scraper is auto balance keeping in printing. 6.With the function of ink scraping nonstop without printing in order to prevent ink from drying. 7.Ink cup is turnable and adjustable in vertical and horizontal direction. 8.Super long slide stroke to print large size workpiece. 9.Speed of every single pneumatic organ is adjustable 1. Model NO:LC-SPM6-150/18T 2. printing Colors:6 3. Plate area:100*250mm 4. Sealed ink cup:¢90 mm 5. printing area:80*135 6. Conveying Stations jigs:18 7. Max printing speed:1500PCS/H 8. Power Supply:220V/ 50HZ 110V/60HZ 9. Air pressure:4-6pa 10. dimension:1300×1210×1420mm3 free fiting 1.6 pcs rubber pad 2.6 pcs assembly jigs 3.6 pcs steel pad plate
11 Aug 2010
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Who knew removing ice from a pole could look so amazing! This quite literally looks like a waterfall of ice.
7 Nov 2019
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Jame and Adam test if an airplane can take off on a conveyor belt Part 1 of 2 Part two here
24 Feb 2008
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I saw this at Maker Faire 2008. John Park created a neat conveyor belt with an RFID reader under it. When you place one of the wooden tiles (with an RFID chip) stamped with the icon of a website or application on the moving belt, the reader sends the ID to a computer, which loads the corresponding website or application. John's how-to project will be in a future issue of MAKE magazine.
9 May 2008
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