Feeder System Parts

We support domestic and internationally built feeder systems.

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We are looking for skilled, dependable craftsmen who want to build a career at a great company. Our 60,000 square foot manufacturing facility is clean,  well stocked and all of our work stations are supplied with the latest technology. Our open positions are listed below.  We offer competitive wages Benefits for full time employees (after […]

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The Engineered Solution

Experience the difference our Engineered Solutions make for your automated feeding systems • We design engineered solutions to meet or exceed the challenges in your parts feeding automation. We work with you to develop a custom solution for your unique application. We customize each design to isolate and position parts for the next step in […]

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On-site Support

On-site Service and Support

Our technicians provide on-site service of your feeder systems.

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Problem: The customer was feeding two different bulk parts into their inline system. The parts were heavy and were rolled into the floor in a dunnage bin before being loaded by hand. Any time you are unloading a bin of heavy parts, there is a safety risk. They needed a more efficient and safe way to load the parts, sort and position them for down-the-line assembly.

Solution: Fortville built a hydraulic loading station that was custom fit to the dunnage bins. The operator simply pushed a button to lift and unload the bin. Parts were dropped into an angled hopper with a trough feeder. The hopper was designed to hold a full bin of parts. Trough feeders are used to move heavy duty parts into a feeder bowl. From there the parts were oriented and moved down an inline track for pickup by the next automated task. The feeder system was designed to handle two different sized parts.