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Disclosed is a method that uses “boot” inserts that slide onto the four corners of FOL or EOL carriers. Benefits include the ability for metal carriers to be stacked on top of one another.
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Carrier Stacking Inserts for FOL and EOL
Disclosed is a method that uses “boot” inserts that slide
onto the four corners of FOL or EOL carriers. Benefits include the ability for
metal carriers to be stacked on top of one another.
Currently, there is no state of the art that enables metal
carriers to be stacked on top of one another; this complicates the material
handling of metal carriers.
The disclosed method is an ABS plastic and/or metal slide-on
insert, 1 inch long (nom) with a 0.050” external side bump for minimum side
contact on transport systems. It has a 0.325 overall width with 0.050” internal
spacing to slide onto the legs of the carrier. It has an overall height of
0.390”, and� a 0.100” cutout on the leg
interior to allow seating upon the top plate of another carrier below it; this
produces a 0.040” rise in thickness between the top and bottom plates. The
inserts slide onto the four ends of the two legs, in any direction, on any
corner (see Figures 1 through 3).
The disclosed method enables metal carriers to be stacked on
top of one another.