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AutoCrib to Unveil Industry's First Tambour-Style Door Vending Solution At IMTS 2014

New TX750 Allows for Greater Flexibility in Dispensing Bulky, MRO Products While Offering 30 Percent Greater Bin Capacity

SANTA ANA, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 09/04/14 -- AutoCrib, Inc., an innovative manufacturer of automated inventory vending systems that have become the de-facto industry standard, will unveil its industry-changing TX750 at the upcoming International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS), taking place Sept. 8 - 10 in Chicago. Continuing the company's history of innovation, the TX750 is the first industrial vending solution to feature a flexible, rolling dual-tambour-style door that dispenses square boxes and other maintenance, repair and operations (MRO)-related items with no repackaging required. The TX750 is ideal for maintenance, plant services and manufacturing environments that have a need to dispense large, square or rectangular-shaped products not supported by traditional helix/coil machines or carousel type machines that use pie-shaped bins.

"AutoCrib continues to change the way the industry looks at vending solutions. We listened to our customers and addressed a fundamental problem -- the need to dispense boxed or oddly shaped items without repackaging," said Steve Pixley, president and founder of AutoCrib. "Finding a solution drove the creation of the TX750, a cost-effective, easy-to-use machine that allows customers to store, dispense and track inventory that won't fit in any other machine currently on the market."

Substantial Bin Density and Support for Cube-Shaped Boxes
Using a patented rectangular bin shelf system, the TX750 offers a 30 percent increase in capacity. It virtually eliminates the vertical bin "height" waste associated with fixed-door machines and supports up to 900 bins in a very small footprint. In addition, the dispense door can open to as little as 2 inches and up to 60 inches -- all within half-inch increments, enabling it to accommodate a vast range of inventory with minimal waste.

Easy Configuration, Reduced Maintenance Costs Helps Increase Productivity
AutoCrib's rugged dual-tambour system provides a fast, reliable dispense that greatly reduces maintenance costs while virtually eliminating the vertical bin height waste associated with fixed-door machines.

The TX750 delivers further innovation with its clean user interface, which takes maximum advantage of the bin density and flexibility while allowing a user to configure the machine on-the-fly using a native bin assignment process that is quick and intuitive.

For more information visit AutoCrib at IMTS booth no. W-1223 or contact [email protected] or call 1-800-671-6501 or 1-714-274-0400.

About AutoCrib, Inc.:
AutoCrib delivers automated inventory vending systems (software and machines) for manufacturing companies, airlines, military, retailers, distributors and others who want to provide 24/7 unmanned access to inventory while maintaining complete control and 100 percent inventory accuracy. AutoCrib software provides real-time information on all inventory in the system from any computer, tablet or smartphone anywhere on the planet. The company has been providing industrial vending solutions since 1994 and has deployed more than 20,000 systems worldwide. AutoCrib's product line includes handheld scanners, automated lockers, traditional coil/helix machines, a PPE specific dispensing machine, RFID systems, vision based tool cabinets as well as small and large robotic carousel systems with optional counting scale attachment. The systems can be managed by AutoCrib's powerful client/server software or its web based application, AutoCrib.net. AutoCrib's powerful software, which provides end-users with real time usage data and in many cases, updates their ERP systems. This allows manufacturers to dramatically reduce inventory costs by as much as 50 percent through increased accountability and tighter access control. For more information please visit www.autocrib.com.

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