Rock-Built Offers Compensating Stacker p.39

By: Editorial Staff ROCK-BUILT IN-LINE Finishing Systems, known for its conveyor and in-line trimming systems, is now making stackers as well.
At this year's Nexpo in New Orleans, Rock-Built introduced its first stacker, the Uni-Stack 100 compensating stacker.
President Rock Ferrone said Rock-Built is positioning the Uni-Stack as a "missing link" product between expensive, sophisticated stackers with big footprints and low-end systems.
Uni-Stack 100 features on-the-fly product size adjustments from three handles, and includes what Ferrone describes as a "mini-totalizer" of production information.
The stacker does not use a spinning bucket or turntable in its compensating method. The intention was to keep the mechanics simple, Ferrone said.
"Take the cover off," Ferrone told one visitor to his Nexpo booth, "and you would be surprised by what is not there."
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