Bolster plates

Bolster plates

Two wrought iron wear plates, one attached to the front bolster, and one directly below it to the Sand board.
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Models with G-Mascus handles have stainless steel bolster plates inside the frames to provide strength to the entire lock mechanism and serve as an excellent bearing surface against the 154CM blade.
Heavy circular bosses and grooves around the king bolt hole on the upper and lower bolster plates help keep the bolster in position on top of the sand board.
The slider and sway bars, bolster plates and circle irons prevent excessive rocking of the front axle, and keep the wagon bed from upsetting due to uneven ground.
Supplies custom mold bases, bolster plates, and die sets.
Roller tables inside the pattern storage structure are used to transfer set-up patterns on bolster plates both to and from the pattern set-up tables and onto and off of the pattern-in and pattern-out conveyors.
Extraordinarily rapid die changes are made possible by use of standardized die sets, standardized bolster plates and/or adaptor plates, standardized press shut heights, and frequent use of rolling bolsters and mechanical-handling equipment.