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15,000 lbs x 60" Coe Press Equipment  Servo Coil Feed Line, 2012

15,000 lbs x 60" Coe Press Equipment Servo Coil Feed Line, 2012

Stock Number: #2653
Coil Weight: 15000 pounds
Coil Width: 60 inches
Coil Thickness: .056 inches
COE Press 15,000 lbs x 24" Wide Servo Coil Feed Line

COE Press 15,000 lbs x 24" Wide Servo Coil Feed Line

Stock Number: #2584
Coil Weight: 15000 pounds
Coil Width: 24 inches
Coil Thickness: .187 inches
72" W. x COE  Model# CPFS - 3.5-72 Servo Feed Straightener

72" W. x COE Model# CPFS - 3.5-72 Servo Feed Straightener

Stock Number: #2546
Coil Width: 72 inches
Coil Thickness: .080 inches
7000 Lbs. COE Model #CPR-DE-70-24, Double End Coil Reel

7000 Lbs. COE Model #CPR-DE-70-24, Double End Coil Reel

Stock Number: #2512
Coil Weight: 7000 pounds
Coil Width: 24 inches
7000 Lbs. COE Model #CPR-DE-70-12, Double End Coil Reel

7000 Lbs. COE Model #CPR-DE-70-12, Double End Coil Reel

Stock Number: #2511
Coil Weight: 7000 pounds
Coil Width: 18 inches

COE Machines for Sale

Founded in 1976 in Rochester, Michigan, COE quickly grew from the manufacture of air feeds and coil cradles to include coil reels and power straighteners. Operations were moved to Sterling Heights in 1980 and then, in 1982, COE introduced its first servo feed, launching the company into its own line of industry-leading servo feed controls and customized packages. COE was also the first servo feed manufacturer to develop a single point entry interface as well as the first to develop and market a servo feed driven by a non-stretch Kevlar timing belt and low inertia aluminum pulleys. In 1999, the company purchased certain assets and product designs from Sesco, Inc. Today, we offer the heaviest and widest coil feeding equipment available to the metal stamping industry.