A cruise list is a mom of invention
January 17, 2015 - Picnic Time
After Bob Leiviska purchased an 8 feet cruise list for his emporium in 2009, he got to thinking.
He was angry each time he had to pierce a list and an thought came to him. What if dual of a legs had wheels to make it easier to move?
Bob grown a antecedent and a ensuing “Clever Casters” are now accessible to a public.
The thought and a antecedent came naturally to Bob, as he is a co-owner and boss of Aitkin Machine and Manufacturing. The association creates several steel tools for construction equipment, involuntary automobile washes, H2O valves and more.
Once Bob combined a antecedent for a caster wheels, he took it to a Michigan manufacturer that came adult with a skeleton and made 500 sets.
“The singular partial is a hinged pin design,” pronounced Kevin Hoffman. Hoffman Communications was engaged in early 2014 to hoop a selling and inhabitant rollout of Clever Casters.
“It’s unequivocally sobriety during work,” explained Travis Leiviska, Bob’s son and one of a owners along with brother, Jim Leiviska.
The wheels can be commissioned on a legs of one finish of a cruise table. After relocating a table, a wheels redress and a list rests behind on 4 legs. The wheels have an industrial bucket rating of 300 pounds.
The wheels would also work with any object that has adult to a two-inch far-reaching leg such as a work bench, industrial table, emporium equipment, furniture, ladders or sporting equipment.
Clever Casters might be purchased on a website, www.clevercasters.com, for $29.95 and $12 shipping and doing for a set of two. Shipping and doing will not be charged on internal orders that are picked up.
Bob began his machining career in 1967 in California during G.L. Collins. After 8 years during G. L. Collins, he and his family changed behind to a Aitkin area in 1975.
By 1982, he cumulative a high-level government position during a vast appurtenance and prolongation firm. Responsible for training employees on new, cutting-edge machinery, all emporium operations and overseeing prolongation management, Bob came to know each facet of a prolongation machining attention from a belligerent up.
The Leiviskas bought Malmo Machine in 2007, holding over that patron bottom and relocating Aitkin Machine and Manufacturing to Aitkin.
To find out some-more about Aitkin Machine, go to www.aitkinmachine.com.