Machine represents the best of both worlds. Like the Rotary Machine,
it separates the preheat and cure into two separate ovens. It also
has two transfer racks, each patterned after the transfer in the
In-Line Machine. But the arrangement of the system is very different
from either the In-Line or the Rotary Machine. Each oven has an
entry and exit door, the tooling carried through on a conveyor.
The ovens are placed side by side with the two transfer racks placed
at each end to facilitate moving tooling from one oven to the other.
Frames cycle around the machine independently, providing immense
of the Advanced Machine:
Ability to use a wide range of materials such as foams and fills
to produce a wide variety of products at the same time.
dip stations. Allowing different parts to be made of different
colors and in multiple dips, often three colors.
See also In-Line,
Rotary, and Dual-Path