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Fronius USA announces staff additions

September 9, 2014

Fronius USA LLC, Portage, Ind., has announced the addition of two new staff members. Ian Patrick has been named sales/system engineer, working in the tech support department in the Portage office. A former U.S. Navy aviation electronic technician, he worked on electronic warfare aircraft...

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2-D processing head made for flatbed cutting systems up to 6 kW

September 9, 2014

Laser Mechanisms’ new FiberCUT™ 2-D processing head is designed for flatbed cutting systems up to 6 kW. Featuring automatic, programmable focus with 0.98 in. of travel, the processing head has a fully sealed, purged design that minimizes the chance of internal contamination. It includes two...

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Dot peen marker can be hand-held or machine-integrated

September 9, 2014

The Micro Mark compact dot peen marker from Kwik Mark Inc. is suitable for hand-held applications, as well as on-machine integration. The 3- by 5- by 6-in. head size offers a 1.0- by 2.5-in. marking field. Additional I/O with logic streamlines connection with other machinery and allows importing...

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Standex acquires Enginetics

September 8, 2014

Salem, N.H.-based Standex Intl. Corp. has acquired Enginetics Corp., Huber Heights, Ohio, a producer of aircraft engine components serving the U.S. and European aviation markets. The acquisition will enable the Standex Engineering Technologies Group to expand its relationships with OEMs and...

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NASF accepting applications for science and engineering scholarship competition

September 8, 2014

The National Association for Surface Finishing (NASF) Educational Foundation, Washington, D.C., is accepting applications for its 2014 Scholarship Award Program. Open to national and international applicants attending an accredited college, the program supports student research in plating and...

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Gortite, Gortrac join six companies to create manufacturer of dynamic equipment protection

September 8, 2014

Industrial protection producer A&A Mfg., New Berlin, Wis., has selected a new trade name and brand mark, as Gortite and Gortrac have combined with the organization’s other six companies to create the new business entity Dynatect. With seven manufacturing plants and two distribution locations...

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World’s first 3-D-printed car to be live printed, assembled during IMTS

September 8, 2014

History will be made when the world’s first 3-D-printed car drives out of McCormick Place in Chicago on Sept. 13. The vehicle will be printed over 44 hours during the six-day IMTS—The International Manufacturing Technology Show 2014 and then rapidly assembled by a team led by Local Motors....

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Heavy-duty parts cleaner is biodegradable

September 8, 2014

Birchwood Technologies offers Safe Scrub® ST heavy-duty cleaner for removing oil and surface soils from metal parts. The biodegradable liquid cleaner can be used on parts before or after processing. It emulsifies oil from iron and steel parts, and then holds the oil residues in solution to...

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SAF names senior project manager

September 8, 2014

SAF (Southern Aluminum Finishing Co. Inc.) has promoted Kelly Marino to senior project manager at SAF Metal Fabrication division, Villa Rica, Ga. Marino, who served previously as junior project manager, has been employed at the company since 2006. In her new position, she does take-offs from...

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Felling Trailers hosts online auction of purple trailer to benefit pancreatic cancer research

September 8, 2014

Felling Trailers, Sauk Centre, Minn., is conducting its second online auction of an FT-3 drop deck utility trailer to benefit cancer research and support. The trailer, painted metallic purple, will be auctioned online until Sept. 19 at 12:00 p.m. CST. Tredit Tire donated the wheels and...

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Cambridge Engineered Solutions expands operations to five countries

September 8, 2014

Cambridge Engineered Solutions, Cambridge, Md., has expanded international operations, adding new representatives in five countries to sell and service its metal conveyor belts, filtration, and wire cloth products. Polymer now serves as the company’s exclusive representative in Russia. With...

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CNC lathe uses two tools working simultaneously

September 8, 2014

Okuma offers the new LU4000 EX CNC lathe. It uses two turrets, allowing two tools to work simultaneously to provide process flexibility and high removal rates. The lathe incorporates a new 45-degree box bed with all box way construction, three-point bearing support for the spindle, crown gear...

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Lift unit simplifies gas cylinder exchange

September 8, 2014

Ziamatic Corp. (Zico) has introduced the Quic-Release horizontal cylinder lift model QR-CL-H for transporting and changing gas cylinders. The unit lifts and lowers M through J gas cylinders to help reduce the chance of operator strain or back injury during cylinder exchange. Once secured, the...

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Factory automation resource kit updated

September 8, 2014

Bosch Rexroth has released an update to its Advancing Factory Automation Kit, one of six educational kits in its resource kit series. It features new case studies, technical papers, and links to recently updated YouTube videos and product literature. The kit is targeted at machine builders, system...

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Metal-cored wires: Your questions answered

September 8, 2014

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When does switching to metal-cored wires make sense? Answers to the most commonly asked questions about this consumable can help you decide if it’s right for your operation.

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