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  • Intelli-LiftColumbus McKinnon’s Automation Division Introduces Intelli-Lift™ System
    Integrating the Company’s lifting expertise with its smart technology, Columbus McKinnon Corporation has launched the Magnetek® brand Intelli-Lift™ System. The second product in its Intelli-Crane™ family of automation products, the Intelli-Lift System furthers Columbus McKinnon’s position as a leading designer and manufacturer of motion control products, technologies, and services for material handling. […]
  • The Inventor's CornerWire Rope Flaw Detection Device
    A wire rope flaw detection device includes: a base unit including a magnetizer for forming a main magnetic path in the axial direction of a wire rope, and a magnetic sensor for detecting a leakage magnetic flux generated by a wire rope damaged part; and a guide unit including guide members and a guide plate which are formed in U shapes along the outer circumference of the wire rope, wherein the guide unit is fixed to the base unit. […]

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