Mini-Mover Conveyors
a division of Whipple Enterprises

21150 Shake Ridge Road
Volcano,CA 95689 USA

Toll-Free Phone: 800-586-4585
Local Phone: 209-296-5128
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Tag: automotive parts conveyor

Automotive Automation with LP Series Conveyor and RTA

Automation and unattended operation often starts with something as simple as a conveyor. This photo came of a major manufacturer of automotive and heavy vehicle parts.  They use a Mini-Mover LP Series conveyors, teamed with  Mini-Mover Rotary Table Accumulator (RTA) units. This work-cell combo offloads and accumulates hundreds of greasy wheel components per shift.
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Inspection Conveyor for Chrysler Parts, with Mini-Mover LP

This is a inspection testing machine for hinges that go into the Chrysler Pacifica minivan. Eclipse Mold of Chesterfield, Mich., makes these parts for the Pacifica’s Stow and Go seating system. This testing machine includes a Mini-Mover LP Series conveyor, and measures torque on the hinge itself.  This torque test ensures each hinge is easy...
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Aluminum Metal Stamping with Lite Series Mini-Mover

This metal stamping machine is made more efficient with a Mini-Mover Lite Series conveyor to carry off scrap material during production.  The automotive parts made here go into Tesla automobiles. Metal stamping operations create metal scrap, which needs to be carried out of the stamper during operation. Our Mini-Mover conveyors are durable enough to withstand...
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Parts Transport using LP Series Conveyor

Many of our customers remark that our LP Series low-profile conveyors look “too pretty” to do well in rather filthy conditions. Here’s a grimy little LP Series that’s been running flawlessly for this major tool manufacturer. The customer uses a variable-speed controller and parts sensor to space product exactly as needed.
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Auto Parts Get Hosed, with Specially-Cleated LP Series Conveyor

This automotive parts manufacturer need a faster, automated way to get these tubes into and out of the washing station, through tight available space, without parts rolling off into machinery. Solution: Join the discharge section of the machining cell to the washing station via a 2-inch wide LP Series Mini-Mover conveyor equipped with two longitudinal cleats,...
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