Benefits of Dorner’s Integration Conveyors:
- High speed, precision indexing
- Space saving designs
- Industry best transfers
- Proven and trusted solutions you can rely on
- Low profile conveyors designed to easily integrate with robots, workers and equipment
- Dorner’s service expertise and tools such DTools, our online conveyor configurator
Dorner Tools and Delivery:
Using DTools, our online CAD design software, integrators can configure a wide array of Dorner conveyors to meet their exact specifications. The software also allows you to request 3D renderings of your designs which allows you to place them into your existing design plans. Our engineering teams are also capable of modifying or designing conveyor systems to meet your unique needs. With lead times of 3 days for our aluminum frame conveyors and 10 days for our stainless steel conveyors, Dorner is able to get you the conveyors you need as quick as possible.
With the combinations of online design assistance and short lead times Dorner ensures the performance and on time delivery of the right conveying systems, whether your application calls for:
Dorner’s Precision Move conveyors in our 2200 and 3200 series lines are a great way to make sure that your product gets to the right spot at the right time. These conveyors offer accurate alignment every time, making them ideal for applications that require precision. Features on the Precision Move include:
- Cogged belt and side guides to ensure excellent belt tracking
- Speeds of up to 370 ft/min
- Optional pallet mounting bars for product transportation and handling
Whether you’re looking to move delicate crystal or hammers, Dorner’s line of Precision Move conveyors are up to the challenge. With their precision controls and optional pallet mounting bars you can trust the 2200 and 3200 Precision Move conveyors to get your product to the exact spot it needs to be every single time.
Conveyors for Plastics Manufacturing and Material Handling
Many modern products are made of plastics. The light weight of these products can make the material handling, product movement and product positioning challenging. Often these products are made in molding machines that drop product near the floor, then the product has to be elevated for delivery to a bin for the next process. In addition robotic interfaces are used more and more to unload molding machines and position products for the next operation. This requires that your conveyor systems move parts to the exact spot every time.