Stamping

Whether you're using a high-speed stamping press to make simple parts at breakneck speeds or doing something really tricky, like deep drawing a material that puts up a lot of resistance, the information in this technology area is sure to help. The articles, case studies, and press releases cover stamping presses, lubricants, and materials.

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Bystronic: Introducing ByAutonom

Bystronic Inc.

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The name says it all.

With the highest degree of machine autonomy, the award winning ByAutonom sets new standards for unattended machine operation, reducing non-productive set up time and ensuring maximum part output across all sheet thicknesses.

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Experience the Engineering of Amada

Amada America, Inc.

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It’s Amada’s dedication to engineering excellence and unmatched product support that has established, and earned, a worldwide reputation.

Omco to export turnkey roll forming facility to Australia

December 5, 2013

Custom roll former Omco, Wickliffe, Ohio, has entered into an agreement with IXL Solar of Australia to provide technical expertise related to IXL Solar’s design and production of roll formed parts for use in the construction of a 155-MW solar project near the towns of Nyngan and Broken Hill in...

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Ford grants automotive approval to IRMCO

December 5, 2013

IRMCO® Advanced Lubricant Technologies, Evanston, Ill., a manufacturer of oil-free metal forming and tube bending lubricants, has received worldwide automotive approval from Ford Motor Co.® Ford has approved the 323 series, a medium-viscosity, highly dilutable lubricant that can be removed with...

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Schuler supplies hydraulic press line to Renault

December 4, 2013

Schuler, Canton, Mich., has announced the installation of a hydraulic press line with automation at Renault Trucks. The line can produce 22 parts/min. and achieve speeds of up to 11 SPM with bed-slide surfaces of 13.5 by 8 ft. Schuler also supplied a hydraulic lead press with 2,000 metric tons of...

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LaserCoil Technologies releases details of laser blanking approach on the web

December 2, 2013

LaserCoil Technologies LLC, Napoleon, Ohio, has released the details of its patented laser blanking approach on its new mobile-friendly website at www.lasercoil.com. The site highlights how the manufacturer’s machines can produce parts from 6.89-ft.-wide coil at higher speeds than have been...

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Coe Press launches inspection, maintenance program

December 2, 2013

Coe Press Equipment, a provider of coil processing technology in Sterling Heights, Mich., has announced its new Coe-Certified Inspection and Maintenance Program. The preventive maintenance service is designed to keep the manufacturer's equipment running at optimal productivity and prevent downtime....

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Increased tonnage allows press to process variety of fin materials - TheFabricator.com

Increased tonnage allows press to process variety of fin materials

November 26, 2013

Burr Oak Tool Inc. has introduced the Oak FP-400 fin press. The 45-ton, straight-side press has increased tonnage over the Oak FP-1 press to allow for a wider variety of fin materials and more intricate die tooling patterns. An extended bolster increases flexibility. The interior of the die can...

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Hydraulic presses provide precise control of speed, force - TheFabricator.com

Hydraulic presses provide precise control of speed, force

November 25, 2013

Greenerd Press & Machine Co. Inc. has built and delivered three model HPBS-40 bench-type, C-frame, 40-ton hydraulic straightening presses for a U.S. airplane manufacturer. The presses, designed for straightening wing spar cords, feature electronic joystick ram control, made possible via...

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Herr-Voss manufactures slitting line for Cascadia Metals

November 19, 2013

Herr-Voss Stamco is manufacturing a new slitting line for Cascadia Metals Ltd.’s Brandon, Manitoba, facility. The backbone of the line is the Strand Extensioner, which provides evenly rewound coils, levels slit material, and reduces burrs. The line will process material with thicknesses from...

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LaserCoil to provide blanking system to Precision Strip

November 15, 2013

LaserCoil Technologies LLC, Napoleon, Ohio, has received an order from toll processor Precision Strip Inc., Minster, Ohio, for installation of a LaserCoil blanking system at its Perrysburg, Ohio, location. The coil-fed laser blanking line will combine the company's laser blanking technology with...

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Arku appoints U.S. VP - TheFabricator.com

Arku appoints U.S. VP

November 15, 2013

Arku Coil Systems Inc., a provider of leveling machinery in Cincinnati, has appointed Franck Hirschmann as vice president for its U.S. operations. He joined the company 26 years ago as design engineer and later became a project manager. He was responsible for the sales department from 2003 to...

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Parallel pneumatic grippers accommodate variety of part sizes - TheFabricator.com

Parallel pneumatic grippers accommodate variety of part sizes

November 12, 2013

PHD Inc. has introduced the series GRH parallel pneumatic grippers, available in four sizes that provide long jaw travel while accommodating long tooling lengths. The design incorporates an extended support guide system with wide slot jaws to help minimize tooling deflection, support large...

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Schuler names CEO for North American headquarters

November 5, 2013

Schuler Inc. has appointed Steve Healy as president, CEO, and chairman of the board for its North American headquarters in Canton, Mich. The newly created position also includes the role of chairman of the board of Bliss Clearing Niagara (BCN) Technical Services in Hastings, Mich. Healy has 30...

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Establishing a die preventive maintenance program, Part I - TheFabricator.com

Establishing a die preventive maintenance program, Part I

November 1, 2013

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To realize the importance of a good die preventive maintenance program, all a stamper has to do is recall the last time a press line shut down because of a major die problem. The downtime and reaction of the frustrated customer likely are hard to forget. The associated costs, however, aren’t typically documented. That shouldn’t be the case, because those costs can be very important in trying to convince management that a robust tooling maintenance program is worth every cent invested in it.

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