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Vi-Cas: Mini Bellows Vacuum Cups

August 25, 2004
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Mini bellows vacuum cups from Vi-Cas Manufacturing are available in sizes as small as 3 mm (.130 in.) diameter to fit virtually any type of vacuum equipment used for small part handling. The cups easily adhere to convex, concave and uneven surfaces and are ideal for pick-and-place operations. The cushioning effect inherent with the bellows designs can replace external devices like springs, height or level compensators, and mechanical devices used to smooth the handling of uneven surfaces. Many materials and sizes are available, including anti-static materials for the handling of electronic components.

For more information, call (513) 791-7741 or visit http://www.vi-cas.com

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