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Flying shear with slitter maintains +/-0.0625-in. length tolerance at any speed

December 16, 2014

The Bradbury Co. Inc. has shipped a B.O.S.S.™ flying shear with slitter. The shear, which runs up to 250 FPM, can produce five slits of 0.048-in. prepainted steel, 0.050-in. aluminum, and 0.037-in. stainless steel. It has servo acceleration and closed-loop controls for +/-0.0625-in. length...

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Heavy-duty casters tote 200 tons

December 16, 2014

Hamilton Caster has built four 100,000-lb.-capacity casters for a federal contractor. Fully assembled, each caster stands 52 in. above the factory floor and weighs more than 8,000 lbs. Together, the four casters have a payload capacity of 200 tons. Each Colossus caster has a spring-loaded...

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Stud welding systems use single-phase plugs

December 16, 2014

HBS has introduced two drawn-arc stud welding systems with single-phase plugs. According to the manufacturer, the Visar 650 is the first stud welding machine that can use a one-phase mains connection of 230 V instead of the 400 V previously required to perform drawn-arc stud welding of diameters...

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Fiber laser available in capacities up to 5 kW

December 16, 2014

Prima Power North America Inc. has developed a new version of its Platino laser system focused on fiber cutting applications. The Platino Fiber offers increased productivity through new piercing devices, particularly for mid-to-high mild steel thickness. The system also can cut highly...

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Single device connects all sensors for active monitoring, data logging

December 15, 2014

The new SKF Machine Tool Observer MTx serves as a single device connecting all operating-parameter sensors to monitor, observe, and log the performance history of machine tool spindles, grinding machines, and other rotating equipment. The unit collects information about the accumulated...

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Water-cooled welding torch redesigned

December 15, 2014

TBi Industries offers the XCT (X-tra Cool Tungsten) 400-W, water-cooled GTAW torch with a new design. It offers a compact shape and simplified maintenance with high performance and duty cycle, the company reports. A newly developed collet and high-performance cooling system help increase the...

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Compact power source meets output requirements from power-intensive to precise

December 15, 2014

Designed to withstand harsh environments, the new Dimension™ 650 multiprocess welding machine from Miller Electric Mfg. Co. combines durability, output, efficiency, and capability in a small, easy-to-handle package, says the manufacturer. It provides power-intensive output for heavy welding and...

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All-position stainless steel wire designed for cryogenic welding

December 15, 2014

Stoody®, an ESAB® brand, has introduced a new stainless steel joining product, Brilliant 308L T-1 Cryo. The gas-shielded, flux-cored wire has been designed for all-position welding in cryogenic applications with either 100 percent CO2 or argon/CO2 gas mixtures. The 0.045-in.-dia. wire can be...

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Knotted-wire cup brush features taller inner-cup design

December 15, 2014

Osborn has introduced a redesigned, high-speed, knotted-wire cup brush. The taller inner cup forces the brush to be used on the filament tips, rather than bending. Features include high-quality AB wire, a threaded-nut connection, and an aggressive knot style. The brushes are suitable for...

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Sequencing system offers welding operators step-by-step instructions

December 12, 2014

The Weld Sequencer from Lincoln Electric allows welders to view each weld in the operational sequence pictorially and log results automatically. The welding power source parameters, such as voltage, wire feed speed, and waveform mode, are set for each discrete weld. The software includes...

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Robotic welding cells serve as entry point to automated welding

December 11, 2014

The Lincoln Electric Co. has introduced Auto-Mate™ pre-engineered robotic welding cells, designed for first-time buyers of welding automation. Delivered in two to four weeks, the systems serve as an entry point for new buyers to implement automated welding. The Auto-Mate 5 is a single-zone...

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GTAW process integrated with robotic system

December 11, 2014

The TIP-TIG process from ABB offers improved coping with joint fit-up gaps, higher travel speeds, and lower heat input requirements when compared to traditional GTAW, according to the manufacturer. Integrated with a robotic system for the first time, the process is installed at the ABB lab in a...

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Business system gives manufacturers a path to the cloud

December 11, 2014

KeyedIn® Solutions offers KeyedIn Manufacturing software, which the company says is the industry’s first fully custom-configurable software that can adapt to any manufacturing environment. Developed on the company’s Konfigure™ platform, the software provides business management tools...

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Bridge-style waterjet machine cuts complex parts from advanced, traditional materials

December 11, 2014

OMAX® offers the 60120 JetMachining® Center with EnduroMAX® pump, Tilt-A-Jet® cutting head, and rotary axis. Suitable for a variety of production runs across a number of industry segments, the bridge-style waterjet machine can cut complex parts from a variety of materials, including exotic...

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Press brake bends variety of parts

December 10, 2014

The TruBend 5130 press brake from TRUMPF handles a variety of parts. Whether parts are large or small, complex or simple, the patented ACB® measuring technique helps ensure that bending angles are correct from the start, the company states. Programming can be performed with TruTops Bend...

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