The Rotary Station is a laser leveling device with a round four-panel roll cage design that allows it to roll with the punches if dropped or knocked over. In the case of an impact too great for the outer shell to deflect, each panel breaks off from the core, absorbing the impact while leaving the core intact to finish the job. All detectors and remotes are stored in protective slots on the core, removing the need for a case. The Rotary Station is an efficient and uniquely durable rotary laser designed to maintain functionality through any potentially damaging scenario.
It replaces the Container turnover machine and simplifies the container loading procedure. It uses telescopic conveyor belt to transport materials. It can load 450 tons per hour, which is twice that of traditional loaders. It is suitable for bulk materials supply areas such as docks, sand factory and construction sites.
The current technology is to enable lithium batteries to provide power for excavators. This electric excavator equipped with high-energy lithium batteries can reduce noise pollution significantly. Compared to conventional diesel engines, The excavator can also reduce engine space for storing more tools which can increase productivity and save more time.
The New Lumifold, is a system designed to make a 3D printer smaller than its printing volume. It takes up little space, can be carried in a suitcase and used wherever you need. This opens to new scenarios: a doctor in developing countries or emergency areas could 3D print travelling where his/her work is needed, a teacher could build a 3D file during lesson, a designer could create for and with the customer, a prototype on the spot giving live presentations. TB is a light-curing resin-based version, which uses daylight 3D resins and the screen of a simple tablet as protagonist of 3D printing.
The Milwaukee Redstick Digital Level is one of the first mainstream box level products to have only digital feedback (no ‘spirit vials’) and is the most accurate levels on the market. Integrated with Milwaukee Tool's latest Pinpoint technology, the Redstick digital levels feature a circular display that's well designed, super easy to read, and can be read from the side and the top. The digital signal tolerances can be adjusted, so if you want something “close” to level, it will let you know when you get there.