Industrial stretching machines are used to lengthen or shorten objects in a controlled manner. They can be used to change the shape of wire, cables, and wires bundles. They are also used to change the size of metal parts. There are a variety of industrial stretching machines available, each with its own unique features. Some machines have a rotating arm that can stretch both directions at the same time. Others have a series of jigs that can be moved around the object being stretched, making it easier to achieve the desired result.

Injuries sustained while using industrial stretching machines can vary in severity, but usually involve some sort of damage to the muscle or tendon.

The most common injuries caused by industrial stretch machines are tendon tears, strains, and sprains. Tendon tears can occur when the machine pulls on the muscle too hard, causing a rupture in the tendon. Strains and sprains occur when the muscle is overstretched or torn and causes a partial or complete tear in the muscle fiber. In both cases, inflammation will occur and the injured area may become stiff and painful.

If you are injured while using an industrial stretching machine, don’t hesitate to seek medical help. A physician may be able to diagnosis the injury and provide you with appropriate treatment.

If you have been injured by a stretching machine, it is important to contact an attorney. The law is complex and there are many factors that can impact your case. An attorney can help you understand your rights and navigate the legal system as best as possible.