Shearing

Shearing, a tried-and-true technology, is still necessary in fabrication shops everywhere. Read up on the machines and blades in this technology area.

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Cincinnati Incorporated appoints machine tool product manager

February 22, 2012

Metal fabrication equipment manufacturer Cincinnati Incorporated has named Todd Kirchoff as product manager – machine tool products. A 23-year veteran of the company, he has served as field service engineer, product specialist – press brakes and shears, and manager of direct sales. Kirchoff...

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Cincinnati Incorporated names Elliott Matsuura as western Canada distributor

January 9, 2012

Elliott Matsuura Canada Inc., Oakville, Ont., has been named the exclusive distributor for Cincinnati Incorporated press brakes, shears, and lasers in western Canada. The company has represented Cincinnati in eastern Canada for three years. Service and spare parts continue to be handled directly...

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Cincinnati Incorporated adds senior sales engineer in Texas

December 6, 2011

Cincinnati Incorporated has announced the addition of Kent Dixon as a senior sales engineer for Texas. He has more than 10 years of engineering experience, including design, manufacturing, and project management, and 13 years of capital equipment sales experience to Cincinnati. In this position,...

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Registration shear for nameplate manufacturing reaches production speeds of 1,200 cuts per hour

June 3, 2011

Spartanics offers the M250 registration shear for nameplate manufacturing. With registration accuracy of ± 0.002 in., the shear reaches production speeds of 1,200 cuts/hr. Touchscreen controls help simplify job setup and changeovers. PLC electronics and a color camera help ensure consistency in...

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CNC ironworker has 30-in. plate and 8-in. angle shears

April 5, 2011

Trilogy Machinery Inc. has announced the recent sale of a Sunrise XY CNC ironworker. The 180-ton machine with 30-in. plate shear and 8-in. angle shear features a hydraulic plate shear hold-down, hydraulic punch stripper, pendant control, and interchangeable die blocks for up to 4 in. A...

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Kuka Robot

A shear and a robot, together at last

February 25, 2011

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Lane Steel Co. marries a guillotine shear and a robot—and frees a major shop floor bottleneck as a result, leading to greater throughput, better quality, and more flexibility.

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LVD Company, Pullmax AB agree to merger of operations

February 17, 2011

LVD Company nv, Gullegem, Belgium, and Pullmax AB, Göteborg, Sweden, today announced they have entered into an agreement providing for the operational merger of the companies to combine sales, service, production, and research and development facilities. The agreement will expand the product...

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Cincinnati Incorporated establishes Michigan-based sales, service team - TheFabricator.com

Cincinnati Incorporated establishes Michigan-based sales, service team

December 13, 2010

Cincinnati Incorporated, Cincinnati, has announced the formation of a Michigan-based direct sales and service team to support Michigan manufacturing customers. The team includes Matt Garbarino, an 18-year veteran of the metal fabrication industry. The company provides manufacturers throughout...

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Rebuilt shears offered

March 23, 2010

Wysong Mfg. offers rebuilt Wysong mechanical shears, as well as remanufacturing capability to current users of its machine tools. The mechanical shears are compliant with OSHA and ANSI and include a...

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Quick-change cylinder lock reduces changeover times on large tools, fixtures, molds, and dies

October 13, 2009

Tooling Technology has added a new product to its line of Segen pneumatic quick-change cylinder locks.The new PD500 Mega Cylinder helps decrease changeover times on large tools, fixtures, molds, and...

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New services brochure available

June 16, 2009

Manchester Tool & Die Inc. offers a new 4-page brochure detailing its steel fabricating and production machining services, as well as the production machining and tube end forming services from BKB...

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Haven, SOCO form strategic alliance

May 21, 2009

Haven Mfg. Corp., Brunswick, Ga., a manufacturer of tube processing machines, has formed a strategic alliance with SOCO Machinery Co., Ltd. of Taiwan to sell and service respective lines of tube...

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Rolled Alloys opens warehouse

May 12, 2009

Rolled Alloys, with headquarters in Temperance, Mich., has opened a warehouse in Tulsa, Okla. The 68,000-sq.-ft. facility inventories heat- and corrosion-resistant alloys including ZERON® 100...

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New generation of punching/shearing machine introduced

April 14, 2009

Salvagnini America has introduced a new generation of its S4 punching and shearing machine, the S4X.The S4X features a completely redesigned manipulator powered by two pairs of rotary electric motors....

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Flying tube shear introduced

April 14, 2009

Haven Mfg. has introduced the Haventrak™ Flying Shear for tube cutting. It combines a dual-blade shear cutoff head with a U-Trak length control system from Universal Controls Group to deliver...

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