Motor Shell Welder
The parts processed are motor shells. The machine will automatically destack a flat blank, roll form it into a cylinder, the cylinder is then transferred through the machine to a clamping and welding station where the shell is located and clamped. The longitudinal seam is welded and then the shell is ejected.The machine is capable of operating at approximately 600 pieces per hour. The production rate is dependent upon the length of the shell due to the weld speed required for the metal thickness. The machine is of Newcor’s latest design and incorporates a special three point end pusher to force the edges of the shell back against hard stops insuring the squareness of the shell ends within .004″.