Tube and Pipe Fabrication News

The tube and pipe fabrication technology area covers sawing (band, circular, and friction) and other cutting processes, such as abrasive, flame, laser, oxyfuel, plasma, and waterjet. It also discusses forming processes, including bending and end forming. Finally, it includes a handful of miscellaneous processes, such as trimming, beveling, finning, grooving, threading, and spinning.

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LAI named on Inc.list of fastest-growing companies

October 9, 2007

Inc. Magazinenamed LAI Intl. Inc., Scottsdale, Ariz., a provider of contract manufacturing services, to its inaugural list of the 5,000 fastest-growing private companies in the country. The magazine...

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A&B Process Systems builds new manufacturing facility

September 11, 2007

A&B Process Systems Corp., Stratford, Wis., has begun construction of a 53,000-sq.-ft. manufacturing facility, the company's ninth.Incorporating automated welding processes, advanced finishing...

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Trio of tradeshows offers parallel staging, increased exhibit space

August 7, 2007

The parallel staging of Metallurgy-Litmash, Tube Russia, and Aluminium/Non-Ferrous 2007 offered 52,500 sq. ft. of exhibit space—50 percent more than last year—to 300 exhibitors from 26...

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Unison completes environmental and quality accreditation

August 7, 2007

Unison, Scarborough, U.K., has achieved ISO 14001 certification for its environmental management system and ISO 9001 accreditation for its quality-management systems.The company designs and...

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Veridiam acquires Allied Swiss Screw Products

August 7, 2007

Veridiam, San Diego, has acquired Allied Swiss Screw Products, Oceanside, Calif.Veridiam is a provider of EDM services; milled and turned components; welded and drawn tubing; metal and tubular...

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AddisonMckee wins manufacturing award

July 10, 2007

AddisonMckee, Lebanon, Ohio, has been awarded the World-Class Manufacturing Award as part of The Manufacturer Awards 2007. The Manufacturer is a resource organization for manufacturers, and its...

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Staging of 2008 Tube China announced

July 10, 2007

Messe Düsseldorf has announced the Shanghai New International Expo Center will host Tube China Sept. 23-26, 2008. Messe Düsseldorf China will organize the event.Planned exhibit...

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Ohio Gratings hires architect specialist

July 10, 2007

Ohio Gratings Inc., Canton, Ohio, has hired Jason Richter as its architect specialist.Richter manages architectural sales accounts; monitors quality standards through sales, detailing, and production;...

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OMNI-X celebrates 20th anniversary

July 10, 2007

OMNI-X Inc., Englewood, Colo., celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.Since 1987 the company has designed and manufactured consumable mandrels, wiper dies, and simple and complex multistack...

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DoALL names specialty systems director

June 12, 2007

DoALL Sawing Products, Elk Grove Village, Ill., has named Don Klingstein as director of specialty systems. He is responsible for sales and support of the company's advanced material handling and...

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BGL sells Western Pneumatic Tube

May 8, 2007

Brown Gibbons Lang & Company has sold Western Pneumatic Tube Co. (WPT), a portfolio company of Superior Group Inc., to Tinicum Capital Partners II, L.P., a private equity fund managed by New...

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Prima to introduce resonator at June open house

May 8, 2007

Prima North America is holding an open house/laser seminar June 7, 2007, at its technology center in Chicopee, Mass. The company is introducing its new CV5000 laser resonator at the event.Planned...

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UTE appoints sales manager

May 8, 2007

Universal Tool and Engineering Inc. (UTE), Johnson City, Tenn., has appointed Rick Ott as sales manager. He is responsible for national and international sales.Ott has more than 25 years' experience...

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Everett Industries celebrates 45 years in business

April 10, 2007

Everett Industries Inc., a Warren, Ohio-based producer of abrasive cutoff machines and wheels, is celebrating 45 years in business.Founded in 1962 by Chuck Everett, the company now employs 28 people...

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Interactive tube connector Web site launched

February 13, 2007

Parker Instrumentation has launched a Web site dedicated to its permanent tube connection technology for higher pressure applications, Phastite.The site, www.parker.com/phastite/, provides information...

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