We are your #1 source of Laminated Posts, Poles & Columns for Pole Buildings & Sheds and Post Frame Buildings. Located in Vulcan, Alberta, Canada.


STEP 1

first step

Description: Operator places 2x6 or 2x8 treated and non-treated material on work tables. Applies adhesive with an air operated adhesive gun.



STEP 3

third step

Description: By compressing two start up buttons, the automated mechanical caddy will begin travelling down the length of the post.



STEP 5

fifth step

Description: Shown here is the beginning of the nailing process. 4” nails are used.



STEP 7

seventh step

Description: Metal gussets are first positioned manually.



STEP 9

ninth step

Description: The operator then presses the second and final gusset joint.



STEP 11

ninth step

Description: The posts are then bundled and stacked for delivery to the customer.


STEP 2

second step

Description: After adhesive is applied and the 2x6 or 2x8 material is set in place, the nailing process is ready to begin.



STEP 4

fourth step

Description: The caddy will apply both down and side roller pressure prior to nailing. Two Bostitch N-100 guns are mounted on each side, nailing at 6” on center totalling 4 nails per foot.



STEP 6

sixth step

Description: Shown here is the completion of the nailing process. The caddy will stop automatically and return to home position.



STEP 8

eighth step

Description: The operator rolls the posts' first gusset joint to the hydraulic press.



STEP 10

tenth step

Description: Completed posts are conveyed on to mechanical stands.