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Consumable kit simplifies plasma cutting

December 11, 2007

Hypertherm offers a consumable kit designed to simplify and optimize plasma cutting for owners of Powermax1000®, 1250, and 1650.Consumables for all types of cutting possible with a Powermax are included in the new kit. It has shielded consumables for everyday drag cutting in which the operator...

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High-current-density plasma cutting system pierces, production cuts steel up to 2-in. thick

December 11, 2007

High-current-density plasma cutting system pierces, production cuts steel up to 2-in. thickKaliburn says its Spirit400a is the industry's first 400-amp, high-current-density plasma cutting system. The system, which produces 80 kW, is rated 400 amps at 200 V, 100 percent duty cycle. It pierces and...

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General Sheet Metal Works expands Tomah, Wis., plant

December 11, 2007

General Sheet Metal Works, South Bend, Ind., has increased the size of its Tomah, Wis., plant from 22,500 sq. ft. to 45,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing space.The company says the additional capacity allows it to gain production efficiencies for current work and accommodate new business. The project...

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American Weldquip appoints district managers

December 11, 2007

American Weldquip Inc., Sharon Center, Ohio, recently appointed two district sales managers, naming Ray Trudell as manager for Ontario, Canada, and Todd Harris as manager for the Mid-South region.Trudell has more than 25 years of experience in the welding industry, serving most recently as...

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Motoman adds senior general manager for Canada plant

December 11, 2007

Motoman Inc., West Carrollton, Ohio, recently named Trevor Jones as senior general manager of Yaskawa Motoman Canada, Mississauga, Ont.Jones has more than 23 years of experience in the robotics industry. He was a founding member of CRS Robotics, which later was acquired by Thermo CRS Ltd., a Thermo...

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The life and times of plasma cutting

November 6, 2007 | By Nakhleh Hussary, Ph.D., Thierry Renault

Plasma cutting has become a process of choice for many because of its cost-effectiveness. However, this wasn't the case when the technology was introduced because of short consumable life. Technological innovations over the years, however, helped to change that.

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JETCAM, HPm announce partnership

November 6, 2007

JETCAM Intl., Monaco, a producer of CAD/CAM software, and HPm Italy, Cavriglia, Italy, a manufacturer of plasma cutting systems and hydraulic press brakes, announced a partnership to offer HPm plasma sheet cutting machines with JETCAM Expert CAD/CAM and nesting software.The latest version of Expert...

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MTC Software expands Asia-Pacific operation

November 6, 2007

MTC Software Inc., Lockport, N.Y., a developer of software for CNC sheet and plate cutting, has opened a sales and applications support facility in Singapore. Working closely with the company's Australian operation, the new office supports MTC Software products in the Asia-Pacific region.The...

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Plasma cutting line expanded

October 22, 2007

Kaliburn has announced the expansion of its Spirit product line to include 150a and 200a models. The new systems—one a 150-amp model, the other a 200-amp—are automated high-definition plasma cutting systems that incorporate a hafnium technology.Hafnium Optimizing...

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FABTECH Intl. & AWS Welding Show returns to Chicago

October 9, 2007

The 2007 FABTECH® International & AWS Welding Show, the largest North American showcase of metal forming, fabricating, stamping, tube and pipe, and welding equipment and technology, will return to McCormick Place in Chicago Nov. 11 to Nov. 14.Cosponsored by the American Welding Society (AWS),...

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Hand-held air plasma cutting system designed for heavy fabrication

September 11, 2007

Miller Electric Mfg. Co. has introduced the Spectrum® 1251 air cutting and gouging system, designed for hand-held and automated cutting in heavy fabrication, manufacturing, demolition, and maintenance applications.The cutting system, suitable for steel up to 1.75 in., has a 100-amp output and a...

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Control upgrade kit for cutting systems offered

September 11, 2007

ProMotion® Controls Inc. has introduced an HS-862 upgrade kit for its older shape-cutting controls. The kit, designed to provide optimal Windows® operation, increases controller clock speed of the CPU and RAM.The kit is available for the company's shape-cutting controls made with the GX1...

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Portable shape-cutting machine has 20-shape memory

September 11, 2007

The modular drive, programmable shape machine from Bug-O Systems Inc. is a compact shape-cutting machine designed to run any shape or pattern. The machine—which can be used for flame cutting, plasma cutting, and welding—has a 20-shape-capacity memory that allows programming of various...

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W.A. Whitney names distributors

September 11, 2007

W.A. Whitney, a division of MegaFab, Rockford, Ill., has appointed Weller Machinery Co. as exclusive distributor for its fabricating machines in Wisconsin and named Capital Machine Technologies as its exclusive distributor in Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Tennessee,...

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Thermadyne names marketing manager

September 11, 2007

Thermadyne Industries Inc., St. Louis, a manufacturer of cutting and welding products and accessories, has named Tom Wermert as marketing manager for Americas Arc Welding.Wermert has served as the company's global product manager for filler metals, director for international marketing, marketing...

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