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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Saw blades designed for tough abrasive applications

March 13, 2007

M.K. Morse Co. offers the newly engineered carbide-tipped M-FACTOR™ saw blade designed to increase productivity and blade life while reducing changeover and downtime cost.A specially formulated submicron grade carbide tip is paired with aggressive triple chip tooth geometry for abrasive...

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Hitch feed saw automatically loads, trims, cuts, sorts

March 13, 2007

Scotchman® Industries CPO 315 fully automatic hitch feed cold saw provides uninterrupted cutting on tubing or solids. The CPO 315 HFA comes equipped with either a supply table or a full-bundle loading attachment.Both systems allow the saw to automatically load, trim, cut, and sort lengths up to...

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Heavy-duty chop saw has keyless blade system

January 9, 2007

DeWALT, has introduced its D28715 heavy-duty 14-in. 5.5 max motor HP chop saw with a quick-change keyless blade change system.The saw has a large stamped steel base and pivot bracket for added durability to withstand jobsite abuse. The base enables users to weld custom out-feed tables to the base...

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Nozzle design aids near-dry sawing

January 4, 2007

Accu-Lube® has introduced a new nozzle designed for near-dry sawing. The U nozzle allows the lubricant to be applied from behind the blade on the three sides of the blade.The nozzle attaches to a two-pump applicator system to split the lubricant and applies a smooth coat directly to the cutting...

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SteelMax appoints president, worldwide business operations

January 3, 2007

Centennial, Colo.-based SteelMax/Rockies Global Marketing L.L.C., has appointed Terence (Mick) Webber as president of worldwide business operations.Webber has held sales, marketing, and operations positions at Sun Microsystems, GTE Government Systems, Digital Equipment Corporation, and FMC...

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Double-head miter saw has 14-in. wheels

December 12, 2006

The KDM14 double-head miter saw from Kalamazoo Industries features two heads, one fixed and one movable, with14-in. abrasive wheels. Both heads miter 45 degrees left or right.Additional features include a 1-in. spindle arbor operating at 4,400 RPM, a 5-HP motor, air-operated power downfeed, and...

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M.K. Morse hires national sales manager

November 7, 2006

Kent Hughes has been named national sales manager of industrial products for The M.K. Morse Co., Canton, Ohio. He directs the industrial sales team and works to position the company as a market leader in the industrial sales channel.Hughes has been in the band saw blade industry for more than 20...

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TigerStop expands facility

November 7, 2006

TigerStop LLC, Vancouver, Wash., has added 10,000 sq. ft. to its facility, providing more space for R&D efforts and accommodating a staff increase.The expansion has made it easier for the company to roll out new products, such as Clipboard, Heavy Duty2, and TigerSaw.TigerStop offers stop/gauge and...

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L.S. Starrett establishes Illinois saw service center

November 7, 2006

The L.S. Starrett Co., Athol, Mass., has established a saw service center in Bensonville, Ill., which provides welded band saw blades to the Midwest.The center stocks the complete inventory of the company's band saw blade coil stock, ground flat stock, drill rod, and hand and power tool...

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Abrasive mitering saw designed for high-capacity cutting

October 10, 2006

Kalamazoo Industries Inc. has introduced the KM20-22V abrasive mitering saw for high-capacity cutting.The saw accepts solid stock up to 4 in. and most shapes up to 6 in. when cutting at 90 degrees. When mitering at 45 degrees either to the left or right, the saw accepts up to 3-in. solids and most...

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DoALL names international sales manager

October 10, 2006

DoALL Sawing Products, Elk Grove Village, Ill., has appointed Geoff Aronson as international sales manager.Aronson is responsible for expanding the company's sales with existing international distributors and directing the sales strategy to enter markets in South America, China, India, and other...

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CNC carbide cutoff system equipped with autoloaders, bar stockers

September 12, 2006

Pat Mooney Inc. – The Saw Company carries the Nishijimax CNC carbide cutoff system designed for fully automatic cycles and is equipped with autoloaders and bar stockers.After a bar length has reached the remnant end, the loading table introduces a new bar on the infeed conveyor. The gripper...

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Saw cuts without burring, heat distortion, sparking

July 11, 2006

SteelMax LLC offers the S14 metal cutting saw that cuts cool and clean without burring, heat distortion, or sparking.The saw cuts mild steel, stainless steel, and aluminum and features a 45-degree mitering capability along with a 15-amp motor operating at 1,400 RPM. It can also cut tubing, pipe,...

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Wayne Trail Technologies constructs new facility, enters new market segment

July 11, 2006

Wayne Trail Technologies, Fort Loramie, Ohio, has entered a new market segment and is constructing an additional, 30,000-sq.-ft. facility.The company has entered the robotics, welding, and fixturing market segment by acquiring Flexible Systems Engineering Inc., Tipp City, Ohio. Michael Scott, a...

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Jancy Engineering hires director of market development

July 11, 2006

Jancy Engineering Inc., Davenport, Iowa, has named William Hildebrand as director of market development. Hildebrand focuses on opening untapped markets in North America and beyond.Hildebrand has more than 25 years of experience in metalworking industries, including construction, fabrication, and...

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