Sawing

The sawing technology area has enough depth to cover more than just band and circular sawing machines. It has information on blade selection and use, lubricant selection, and sawing safety.

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Direct-drive saw cuts 0 to 60 degrees, 14-in. capacity

June 13, 2006

Pat Mooney Inc.-The Saw Company has introduced the Titan model from the FMB Pro Mitre series of FMB direct-drive saws that cuts 0 to 60 degrees with a 14-in. cutting capacity.The hydraulic control...

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Abrasive mitering saw has 26-in. blade

June 13, 2006

Kalamazoo Industries has introduced the KM26D abrasive mitering saw.The saw has a 26-in. blade with a capacity up to 9 in. at 90 degrees and up to 4 in. for solids and 6 in. for shapes at 45 degrees...

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Cutting right to the point

June 13, 2006

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Experience and education are allowing metal fabricators to become more familiar with circular saw blades and the saw designed to run them. Choosing and applying the correct blade, along with proper maintenance, can provide an efficient method for a metal cutting operation.

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Hess Industries appoints president, CEO

June 1, 2006

Hess Industries Inc. has announced the appointment of David Zenger as president and CEO for all operations and business activities worldwide. The announcement, made by Justin Hillenbrand, chairman of...

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Sheet metal cutters made of M2 high-speed steel

April 11, 2006

Sheet metal cutters from Jancy Engineering Inc. are made of M2 high-speed steel, which provides accuracy and rigidity in hole drilling operations.With patented arbor systems, the hole cutters can be...

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T-Drill Industries names No. 1 seller

April 11, 2006

T-Drill Industries Inc., Norcross, Ga., has awarded George Yardley Co., Fountain Valley, Calif., the No. 1 in sales award for 2005.George Yardley Co. represents plumbing, HVAC, filtration,...

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Daylen Solutions adds to sales staff

April 11, 2006

Daylen Solutions LLC, Indiana, Pa., has added Larry Rarig to its sales force for eastern Pennsylvania and Maryland.Rarig assists customers looking to increase productivity, accuracy, and safety by...

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Saw has carbide-tipped, spark-free blade

March 7, 2006

The CSM14B 14-in. metal cutting saw with dry cutting technology from M.K. Morse Co. features a Metal Devil® carbide-tipped blade that operates spark-free.The motor operates at 15 amps and 1,300...

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Sawing machine cuts dry without coolant

February 7, 2006

Haas Saw & Supply offers a sawing machine line that incorporates technology manufactured in Austria by MFL.With carbide-tipped blades and heavy-duty and rigid gearbox and machine base, the HK 1200...

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Sawing machines feature enhanced speed

February 7, 2006

Peddinghaus Corp. has introduced a series of machines that incorporate new speed sawing technology to help manufacturers cut steel shapes faster while increasing throughput.The technology, developed...

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DoALL names service, support manager

February 7, 2006

DoALL Sawing Products, Des Plaines, Ill., has named Darren Garbutt to the recently created position of North American manager of service and support.Garbutt supports sawing product sales with product...

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Team Metal Fabricators updates Web site

February 7, 2006

Team Metal Fabricators, Addison, Ill., has updated its Web site, www.teammetalfabricators.com, to promote its custom fabrication services.The site features the company's products and services,...

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Cutting to the chase - Integrating secondary operations

January 10, 2006

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Tube cut-off machines have evolved to integrate end forming and bending capabilities that normally are considered secondary operations. The suitability of a cutting method to be integrated inline with end forming and bending depends on each cutting method’s characteristics and the bending and end forming requirements.

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Creating an efficient offline band sawing system Part II

December 13, 2005

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Planning an offline band sawing system can be complicated because it can affect, and is affected by, many interrelated factors. Breaking it down to infeed, sawing, and outfeed helps to frame the planning by breaking it down to three subprocesses. Furthermore, answering 15 pertinent questions can help you tailor an efficient sawing operation to your specific facility and sawing applications.

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Creating an efficient offline band sawing system

December 13, 2005

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Planning an offline band sawing system can be complicated because it can affect, and is affected by, many interrelated factors. Breaking it down to infeed, sawing, and outfeed helps to frame the planning by breaking it down to three subprocesses. Furthermore, answering 15 pertinent questions can help you tailor an efficient sawing operation to your specific facility and sawing applications.

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