8 Considerations Before You Buy
This video covers 8 questions that you should acknowledge before moving forward with your vibratory feeder project. By keeping these considerations in mind, you can see what to expect and will be able to answer any questions necessary for a successful project.
Our Most Versatile Feeder
Hoosier Feeder Company / Hoosier Conveyor Company unveils its most versatile centrifugal feeder, the School Lunch Kit Feeder. A robotic industry customer emphasized two implementations that the feeder must hit by the end of its creation. It needed to be a multi-product feeder where it allowed them to feed wrapped spoons, sunflower seeds, packaged chips, cheese sticks, snack bars, crackers, meat sticks, and much more. The other implementation was that the feeder needed to be robotically compatible.
"We Fed It" features HFC
Hoosier Feeder Company has been recognized in Assembly Magazine's "We Fed it" series for the April 2021 issue.
New Sales Representative for Indiana
Hoosier Feeder Company is happy to announce the addition of a new Sales Representative. Karl Fancher and his team with Youngblood Automation will now take on the services of representing Indiana.
What Parts To Stock and What To Not
A downed automation system can hemorrhage money from your bottom line. Be prepared for the next time your system goes down by knowing what parts to stock and what to not.
Conveyor Types for HFC
Need a conveyor system but don't know where to begin? Start here and learn the basics so that you can make an informed decision for your next conveyor system.
HFC 2019 Trade Show Circuit
Trade shows are important parts of any industry, and that surely doesn’t exclude the process automation and manufacturing industry. These shows offer a unique opportunity to gather customers, manufacturers, partners, and development companies within their respective fields all under one roof.
The Versatile Hoosier Heavy-Duty Feeder
Traditional centrifugal feeders are perfect for high speed applications that feed light, plastic parts to packaging, labeling, and assembly processes. But what do you do if the part you need to feed is too heavy? To irregularly shaped? To hard or abrasive?
Automation in the Food Industry
The food and beverage industry has added complexities that other industries don't face. Our products can help with automation, while also increasing product consistency and meeting safety and sanitation regulations.