From end-of-line, through rack handling, to automated storage: Lödige has complete control of all the materials handling processes required in the press shop — including tool handling and systems for improved tool maintenance.
Your advantages using Lödige solutions in the press shop:
- Ergonomic tool maintenance
- Coil handling up to 40 t
- Safe provision of pressed components
- Lifting and tilting tables up to 40 t
- Connection to pressed component storage
- Linked materials handling systems
Safe handling of pressed components
Pressed components are transported from the press by conveyor belt systems and stacked in racks or heavy-duty boxes. They are then automatically transported to the pressed component store where they remain until they are required for further processing. Every stage uses Lödige technology — from end-of-line materials handling systems and rack handling, right through to automated storage of pressed components.
Tool maintenance made easy
Lödige offers tilting and lifting platforms for maintaining and repairing press tools. These platforms provide safe and ergonomic tool handling up to 40 tonnes. The tilt function provides optimum angles of inclination.
Move heavy loads safely
Quick and safe coil handling is essential in the automotive industry. Moving a coil to the machine where it is next needed as efficiently as possible, but without compromising safety at work provisions, requires a materials handling system which is designed to take particularly heavy loads. Lödige offers a comprehensive portfolio of products for storing, turning and handling coils weighing up to 40 tonnes.
Tool handling in the press shop
A large number of different tool sets for different pressing tools are necessary in the press shop. In order to store these tool sets on roll containers in the minimum space, Lödige has developed a special tool handling storage system specifically for the automobile industry. Our tool handling systems are available in two variants, as a storage and retrieval system or as a hoist system with telescopic forks.