Bardons & Oliver’s RH Flex Line provides flexibility when pair with Fanuc Robotics. As a Fanuc Robotics Integrator, we’re capable of providing a tailored system for specific requirements. Our equipment reduces operating costs and is capable of running unattended for hours. Whether you’re processing straight cut-offs or cut-offs with chamfers and bores, the Flex Line is an excellent machine to give your company the competitive advantage. Bardons & Oliver’s Flex Line offers the largest thru bore options in the industry. Our through bores range from 4.50” up to 13.00” and can process tubing as small as .625” and up to 13.00” with varying wall thicknesses.
Contact one of our Sales Team Members about this system along with one of many other systems B&O has to offer.
RH700 Flex Cell System
RH700 Flex Cell with Fanuc Robot Model R-1000iA
Bardons & Oliver is currently building a machine tool specifically for the hydraulic and pneumatic cylinder market. One of our many customers producing hydraulic cylinders purchased a B&O 2SC-850 fully automated CNC Machining System. The machines highlights include a Fanuc CNC Control, a Renishaw probe system, live tooling with thru-tool coolant, and large capacity thru bore (8.50” diameter). The spindle system boasts 1,600 maximum rpm and 50 max horsepower spindle motor.
Included is a fully automatic material handling system for the raw material and finished parts. Material and part contact surfaces contain our Non-Mar Technology to protect material from scratching, scoring and denting. Contact one of our Sales Team Members about this system along with one of many other systems B&O has to offer.
B&O Machine Base and Bedways being assembled
Spindle, Turret and Machine Guarding during assembly
B&O’s Unloader System pared with B&O 2SC-850 Machine
Assembled Turret with an SMW Autoblok Chuck mounted to the B&O Spindle
Fanuc 32i-Model B CNC Control
B&O Automatic Material Handling Table System during assembly
B&O Automatic Material Handling Table System with Gudel Pusher/Gripper Servo Controlled Rail System fully assembled
View of B&O’s Material Handling Table’s Vee-rolls and Steady Rests
Bardons & Oliver is excited to announce our newest addition to the Rotating Head Series Cut-off Systems. B&O’s RH450HP Rotating Head Cut-off Lathe is a completely new machine built for small, lightweight, extremely FAST tube processing. Designed specifically for thin wall tubing ranging from .028” (.71mm) to .312” (7.94mm) wall thickness, tubing diameters from .750” (19.05mm) up to 4.500” (114.3mm) diameter. Our integrated material handling system includes a fully automatic raw material bundler/unscrambler loading table. Cycle times ranging from 6 to 8 seconds part to part. With full wrap work holding, the machine will not deform tubing, providing clean cutoff parts with nearly zero kerf by utilizing 3mm cut-off blades to minimize material loss.
When paired with our high-speed double end fully automatic chamfer system, it’s capable of both OD and ID chamfers on both tube ends resulting in concentric chamfers. Add a fully automated robotic unloading with a palletize system, B&O’s newest machine will minimize operator intervention, thus reducing labor costs. Please contact any one of our Sales Team Members for additional details and machine capabilities.
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AMT’s tech center in India has launched a newsletter for its members. Included in its initial edition is an article on Bardons & Oliver’s Rotating Head machines and their use for conveyor component manufacture. Click on the image above to read the newsletter — our article is on page 3.
Every year, Smart Business Magazine highlights companies generating great economic value for the Northeast Ohio region. The magazine believes that midsized companies are the backbone of our regional economy. Criteria for consideration include earnings and compensation, spending with local vendors, philanthropy, job creation and percentage of sales outside the region.
Bardons & Oliver was among the 2013 Leading EDGE Honored Companies recognized at the annual dinner and program on May 23 at Lorain Community College.
To read more, visit Smart Business Magazine’s June 2013 issue.
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Bardons & Oliver President William Beattie was on the cover of the April 2013 issue of Financial Planning magazine, and Bardons & Oliver was featured in an article.
To read more, visit Financial Planning Magazine.