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Muns Group marks 25 years in business

September 22, 2014

Muns Group Inc., a piping and mechanical construction company in Beech Island, S.C., celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2014. Founded in 1989 the company now has a 14,000-sq.-ft. fabrication shop and a 3,800-sq.-ft. administration building that house what has grown into three separate...

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CNC 5-axis router offers small footprint

September 22, 2014

Diversified Machine Systems offers an enclosed, 5-axis, overhead-gantry CNC router. Initially designed for composites manufacturing, the router features a Fagor 8055i CNC, solid 2- by 3-ft. twin tables, and 30 in. of Z stroke, as well as a glass, clamshell-style roof. The small-footprint...

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Sciaky to provide turnkey EBAM system to Lockheed Martin Space Systems

September 22, 2014

Sciaky Inc., Chicago, a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries Inc. (PSI) and provider of large-scale additive manufacturing systems, has received a purchase order from Lockheed Martin Space Systems, Bethesda, Md., to provide a turnkey electron beam additive manufacturing (EBAM) system for use...

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Stainless steel flat nozzle resists corrosion

September 22, 2014

Exair’s new 1-in., high-power stainless steel flat Super Air Nozzle™ produces a flat, 1-in.-wide airstream with a 16-oz. blowing force when mounted 12 in. from the target. Designed to fit into tight spaces, the nozzle is made of Type 316 stainless steel to withstand corrosive, high-temperature...

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Direct Metals hires inside sales rep

September 22, 2014

Direct Metals, an international steel service center based in Kennesaw, Ga., has hired Bryce Vartenisian as inside sales representative. His responsibilities include developing sales quotes and maintaining the company’s inventory level. Vartenisian has a degree in business administration from...

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Electric end forming machine offers extended stroke

September 22, 2014

The 1001EL end forming machine from Wauseon Machine and Mfg. Inc. is a single-hit end former with an electric servo-driven ram and an extended 8 in. of stroke. The extended stroke makes the machine suitable for shell, coupling, or bead locking since the entire process can be completed in a single...

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Waterjet system comes in ready-to-build kit

September 22, 2014

WARDJet offers WARDKit™ waterjet systems. Featuring the same construction and engineering as the manufacturer’s Emerald series, these machines are designed to be a cost-effective option for shops looking to add waterjet capabilities. The user builds the machine by following instructions after...

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Choosing the right aluminum filler alloy

September 22, 2014

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How do you know which aluminum filler alloy to use? With several varieties out there, it’s important to be familiar with the type of application and the type of results you are looking for. Those and other considerations will lead you to choosing the right alloy.

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Metal-cored electrode engineered for low-temperature stress relief

September 19, 2014

Select-SAI Inc. has introduced Select 70C-6 SR, an E70C-6MJ-H4 gas-shielded, metal-cored electrode designed for low-temperature service requirements. The wire provides excellent weldability with a low slag, resulting in a smooth arc transfer with outstanding arc stability, the manufacturer says....

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Vacuum clamping system allows creation of various welding fixtures

September 19, 2014

Förster welding systems GmbH offers the Vacufix® vacuum clamping system in connection with the Ergofix® ergonomic manipulator. The clamping system allows the creation of different welding fixtures for sheet metal structures using a single kit. It features patented high-temperature vacuum...

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SEMA awarded federal grant to increase exports of automotive aftermarket products

September 19, 2014

Diamond Bar, Calif., trade organization SEMA, which represents the automotive specialty equipment market, has been awarded part of a $2.2 million federal grant to expand exports of automotive aftermarket products into foreign markets including Russia, the United Arab Emirates, and China. The...

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U.S. EPA requires cleanup, fines Sims Metal Management for polluting San Francisco Bay

September 19, 2014

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Department of Justice have fined Sims Metal Management $189,500 for polluting San Francisco Bay with scrap metal debris in violation of the federal Clean Water Act. Since at least the early 1990s, Sims operated a conveyor belt without adequate...

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K&S Tool, Die and Mfg. marks 40th anniversary with new name, new website

September 19, 2014

K&S Tool, Die and Mfg., Ixonia, Wis., celebrates its 40th year in business in 2014. To mark the event, the company has changed its name to K&S Mfg. Inc. The firm also has launched a new website at www.ksmfg.com to reflect its position as a vertically integrated contract metals...

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Outfit protects, organizes oxyacetylene torch equipment

September 19, 2014

The Uniweld Rollin’ Roughneck outfit protects and organizes torch equipment. The A-style uses a tip mix gas mixing system. This three-seated tip allows the gases to be mixed in the tip rather than in the head or tube. The outfit includes a rolling cart, oxygen regulator, acetylene regulator,...

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George A. Mitchell Co. appoints director of sales and engineering

September 19, 2014

George A. Mitchell Co., Youngstown, Ohio, a producer of push pointing equipment and cold forming equipment for the tube industry, has appointed Craig H. Kyle to the newly created position of director of sales and engineering. Kyle has more than 12 years of experience in the pipe and tube...

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