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Noise Control for Vibratory Feeders

January 9, 2018
Vibratory feeders are inherently noisy machines. Electromagnetic coils pull and release metal blocks beneath the bowl, usually between 60-120 times per second, to drive part movement causing the parts to vibrate not only against the bowl itself but against adjacent parts. Depending on the material and shape of the parts, the noise level of a feeder system can quickly become damaging to unprotected ears, especially when there is more than one feeder in the area. Fortunately for you, there is an assortment of options to help reduce the overall noise level of your vibratory feeding system.

Vibratory Feeders

New System for an Existing Line

New System for an Existing Line

December 27, 2017
As new projects roll in, we are confronted with a variety of challenges that vary as much as the different parts we are challenged to feed. Many times we are tasked to design and build feeding systems for new productions and assembly lines.

Vibratory Feeders, Conveyors

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Hoosier’s Sam Tollett awarded Mike Rowe Scholarship

October 3, 2017
One of the many efforts led by this organization is the Work Ethic Scholarship Program that, in 2017, hand selected 259 hard-working students in the entire United State to receive scholarships to help them learn more about the trades they are pursuing. We were proud to hear this foundation had selected our own Samuel Tollett.

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New Hoosier Feeder Training Center, Showroom, and NDA-Shop

September 18, 2017
Since moving into our new facility in late 2016, Hoosier Feeder Company has been growing to embrace the additional space and the capabilities it affords. An exciting project we are working towards is incorporating a Showroom and Training Center into our administrative building.

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3D Printing at Hoosier Feeder Company

August 23, 2017
Additive manufacturing (3D printing) is quickly becoming a staple in all kinds of industries, and we found the parts feeding sector to be no different. What we do here at Hoosier Feeder Company revolves around an individual part, which by itself gives us information on how we need to design a feeding system, how we approach quoting a job, and whether a vibratory or centrifugal feeder is a feasible option.

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