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Halter CNC Automation Expands Portfolio of CNC Loading Robots

Halter CNC Automation has released the Halter Compact as an addition to its existing CNC loading robots. Its models have a 26.45 lb. payload, which is optimum for manufacturers that use a small payload workpiece. The models offer the smallest footprint among all its products and are movable by a pallet truck. They also feature easy movement from one CNC machine to another.

The three Halter Compact models are TurnStacker Compact for lathes, MillStacker Compact for milling machines and Universal Compact for flexible purposes. The TurnStacker Compact can accommodate workpiece diameters up to 6.29" (160 mm), while the MillStacker can load workpieces up to 7.87" (200 mm). Universal Compact has a long shaft option available for workpieces up to 9.84" (250 mm).

Rick Hoffman, CEO of Halter's U.S. headquarters, said, "Halter is dedicated to helping all manufacturers automate their CNC machines, from small shops to large facilities. We believe that a smaller compact CNC loading robot can help save square footage, allowing for more machines and productions and therefore building a more powerful future for the American manufacturing industry."

Along with Hoffman, Wouter Van Halteren, CEO of Halter Group Netherlands, looks forward to industrial automation changes after releasing Halter Compact. "The Halter Compact has succeeded in bringing a high-quality industrial automation system to the market, at a price that was considered impossible until recently," he said.

Halter CNC has a portfolio of CNC loading robots with robotic arms with payloads of 44.09 lbs., 75.16 lbs. and 154.32 lbs. The increasing demand for smaller models resulted in developing a high-capacity Halter with a 26.4 lb. robot.

For more information contact:

Halter CNC Robotics LLC

109 Fox St. SE, Ste. 20

Cascade, IA 52033


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