Stamping News

Whether you're using a high-speed stamping press to make simple parts at breakneck speeds or doing something really tricky, like deep drawing a material that puts up a lot of resistance, the information in this technology area is sure to help. The articles, case studies, and press releases cover stamping presses, lubricants, and materials.

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A.T. Wall acquires Metalform Co.

February 10, 2012

A.T. Wall, Warwick, R.I., the stamping and tube drawing subsidiary of ATW Companies, has acquired Metalform Co., a New Britain, Conn.-based gun magazine manufacturing firm. The acquisition of Metalform's deep-drawing, stamping, and pistol magazine fabrication capabilities supports ATW’s vertical...

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Quality Die Set expands in Indiana

January 30, 2012

Flora, Ind.-based Quality Die Set Corp. has added about $200,000 in new equipment to its stamping production line. The expansion has resulted in nine new jobs, and the company plans to add another six to its employees this year, doubling its workforce size from a year ago. The growth is largely a...

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January 24, 2012

ROSS CONTROLS®, Troy, Mich., has acquired the assets of the Detroit Coil Co. (DECCO®), Ferndale, Mich., a supplier to ROSS for many decades. ROSS designs and manufactures precision pneumatic valves, control systems, and related products to the general fluid power, metal forming, aluminum, glass...

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PTG announces new distributor network for hydroforming presses

January 23, 2012

Pryer Technology Group, Tulsa, Okla., has established a new nationwide network of distributors for its Triform sheet hydroforming presses. The distributor network comprises nearly 20 machine tool distributors and dealers covering all 50 states, as well as parts of Mexico and Canada. The...

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Heidtman Steel to build steel processing facility in Alabama

January 23, 2012

Toledo, Ohio-based Heidtman Steel, a processor of flat rolled carbon steel, is building a 114,000 sq. ft. Steel processing facility in Calvert, Ala. The $18.5 million facility will be located on the campus of ThyssenKrupp Steel. "ThyssenKrupp's Calvert mill is touted as the most technologically...

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Waukesha Metal Products featured on "World's Greatest"

January 17, 2012

Sussex, Wis.-based Waukesha® Metal Products, an international metal forming supplier with metal stamping, sheet metal fabrication, and tool design and build capabilities, was recently featured on the ION Network's television series "World's Greatest." The company's 330-ton Komatsu servo stamping...

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Bilsing Automation appoints international sales director

January 16, 2012

Bilsing Automation, Clinton Township, Mich., has announced the appointment of Klaus Meier to the new position of international sales director. Based at the company’s global headquarters in Attendorn, Germany, he is responsible for worldwide sales and marketing efforts, order intake, and...

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Wilson Tool announces acquisition of Brazilian tool manufacturer

January 12, 2012

Wilson Tool International has announced that it has acquired Milling Puncionadeiras of Sao Paolo, Brazil, a manufacturer of punch press and ironworker tooling for the fabrication industry in Brazil. "Wilson Tool has been doing business in Brazil and throughout Latin America for more than fifteen...

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Braner USA names new president

January 12, 2012

Braner USA Inc., Schiller Park, Ill., has named Chuck Damore as president. He joined the company in 1988, serving as sales manager and most recently as executive vice president. Damore holds a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Marquette University. He has authored numerous industry...

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K&S adds equipment, automation

January 12, 2012

K&S Tool, Die and Manufacturing, a contract metals manufacturer in Ixonia, Wis., has added its fourth laser — a Mitsubishi 4,500-W with a new 16-shelf tower system to feed it. The automation allows lights-out manufacturing uptime for this area of the business, the company reports. The...

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Coe Press Equipment delivers coil lines to Gestamp -

Coe Press Equipment delivers coil lines to Gestamp

January 9, 2012

Coe Press Equipment, Sterling Heights, Mich., through its business partnership with Cydak do Brasil Ltda., has shipped two SpaceMaster Series 2 compact coil lines to Gestamp Parana S/A for use in the production of stamped parts for the automotive industry. The compact coil lines can process...

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Royalton Industries appoints new vice president of sales

October 28, 2011

Royalton Industries has appointed Len Steinmeyer as vice president of sales. He will head up the company's sales and marketing efforts for its line of metal forming and coil processing equipment Steinmeyer has 40 years experience in the metal working industries. He began his career in service for...

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Herr-Voss Stamco installs slitting line at Atlas Tube -

Herr-Voss Stamco installs slitting line at Atlas Tube

September 19, 2011

Herr-Voss Stamco, Callery, Pa., has completed the commissioning of a 0.625- by 76-in.-wide slitting line for Atlas Tube at its Harrow, Ont., facility. The line can run 0.625-in.-thick, 80,000-PSI-yield steel at speeds up to 300 FPM. The line also handles coils up to 80,000 lbs. Features include...

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ABI acquires Interstate Tool assets

August 29, 2011

Avery Barron Industries LLC (ABI), Tulsa, Okla., has formed Avery Barron Industries – Stamping LLC (ABI‐Stamping) with the acquisition of the assets and trade name of Interstate Tool and Mfg. Co. The acquired company, a tool and die manufacturer providing metal stampings to domestic and...

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Serapid supplies push/pull systems to Reed City Tool -

Serapid supplies push/pull systems to Reed City Tool

August 23, 2011

Serapid Inc., Sterling Heights, Mich., has delivered several push/pull systems for die handling automation to Reed City Tool of Reed City, Mich. Seven RollBeams are used to push the dies in and out of the presses. Six have 5 ft. of travel and one has 10 ft. of travel. Each pushes the 18,000-lb....

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