Conveyors are long moving tracks made of various materials (belt, roller, o’ring, air, etc.) that transfer parts from point A to B. The belts can be made of rubber, metal, plastic and can even be slotted. The selection of this accessory depends on the job the conveyor does and the requirement of the part. For example, if a certain number of finished parts need to be packed, a cleat conveyor can drop the finished parts from the slot into the packaging material. If any raw material needs to be taken to another level, a rubber conveyor could be chosen for better traction, a metal conveyor for spiral inclination, or a slotted one to separate the parts. The most important advantage of this part-feeding technology is that it can be used for any part irrespective of its shape, structure, orientation, weight, or material. This makes it popular across a vast array of industries.