September 28th, 2006
Grant Riveters recently displayed its latest products
at the Assembly Technology Exposition 2006 in Rosemont, Chicago.
Thousands stopped by Booth #931 in the Main Hall to witness Grant
Riveters rivet two pieces of plate glass together with a steel rivet
so tight that the two glass discs would not rotate but did not break.
It was something to see! Thank you all for visiting.
Grant Riveters introduces its new Monitoring,
Control and Real-Time Inspection System At the ATExpo 2005 in
Chicago at the Donald E. Stephen Convention Center in Rosemont.
Individuals watch Grant Riveters and the Kistler Corporation monitor,
control and inspect each riveting and press cycle! Individuals were amazed as we riveted glass so
tight that the glass did not break and was so tight that the two
pieces of glass won't rotate. Now this is control!
Ask the competition to demonstrate
this. Yeah right!
Upgrade your riveter with Grant's
new CoMo View® digital 100% Real-Time Inspection System.
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you have been using the Orbitform watchdawg process
monitoring & control system then you should look closer at the Grant
100% Real-Time Inspection System! The Grant system is truly superior
because it not only monitors and controls but also inspects your
riveting process. Grant's digital 100% Real-Time Inspection System
is digital with Ethernet compatibility, calibrated to the exact
pound, multiple inspection boxes to determine good or bad parts even
detect when your Orbital Peen is worn-out and best of all it is less
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Grant Riveters introduces its new Hydro-Pneumatic
Cylinder and Press Product Line. Offering from
1 to 50 ton.
Grant Hydro Pneumatic Presses offer the speed of
pneumatics and the power of hydraulics. Our Cylinders and Presses are offered
in a wide range of capacities and features. Our Presses are price completive
and offer standard features that many other manufactures do not. End of stroke
hard stops for advance and retract stroke, Fine .001" micrometer adjustable
stroke for advance and retract stroke. Press to a depth or to a force or
upgrade your system to Grant's NEW CoMo Net View digital 100% Real-Time
Inspection System with signature analysis and Ethernet compatible. Monitor and
output your data with full SPC capabilities.
September 2004 Grant Riveters launches
grantpresses.com. Grant will continue to develop this website specifically for
its new Hydro-Pneumatic Cylinder and Press productline.
- OrbitalRiveter.com announces the
Riveting System. Standard automatic rivet-feed Orbital Riveter. More
product riveted in less time and less money.
riveting system feeds and fastens your rivets all in the same
station. No need to transfer your product from station to station.
This machine is offered in the following solid mild steel rivet
diameter capacities; for 3mm, 5mm, 8mm, 12mm and 16mm rivet
Machinery features; automatic lubrication system to supply a
precise amount of lubrication to the Twin Spin Roll forming dies
each and every cycle, rivet to a precise back pressure, fasten
rivets at different elevations, micrometer adjustment for the
machine quill and PLC control if required. Automatic load of your
rivets with the head up and the rivet or rivets are fastened
automatically on the bottom side. This machine will complete one
complete riveting cycle approximately in 1 to 2 seconds.
An automatic rivet feed system is dependant upon the
rivet style and length. Please inquire with Grant Inside Engineering
and see how we can assist you with your application requirements.
Grant Riveters increases Orbital
Riveter Warranty to Two Years!
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- Grant Riveters
STORE is now accepting all major credit
cards - VISA, MASTER CARD and AMERICAN EXPRESS.
Recent Media Coverage
November 2004 - The Grant Manufacturing and Machine
Company is to be recognized by the Connecticut Labor Department and
the State of Connecticut's Department of Economic Development for
its achievement over the past 125 years and recognized as
Connecticut's Oldest Machine Tool Builder.
Methods" Assembly Magazine,
"Named Connecticut's Oldest Machine Tool Builder" June,
Assembly Magazine, February, 2001