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DallasWaterjet offers waterjet cutting for north Texas

July 16, 2013

DallasWaterjet has been established in Plano, Texas, to offer 5-axis waterjet cutting, machining, and fabrication services for customers throughout Dallas, Fort Worth, and north Texas. The company also provides brake forming, welding, spot welding, and finishing of many traditional and...

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Schwarze-Robitec adds drilling, milling center

June 25, 2013

Tube bending machine manufacturer Schwarze-Robitec has invested 1 million euro in its new drilling and milling center at its headquarters in Cologne, Germany. In one clamping, the system can machine up to 30 tons of heavy components on five sides. The machine is operated from a cockpit, with...

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Formtek adds turning center

June 20, 2013

Formtek Inc., Cleveland, as part of a comprehensive plan to expand its manufacturing capabilities, has taken delivery of a new Mazak 500M slant-bed turning center. The lathe increases the company's turning capabilities up to 36 in. dia. and 118 in. long. The new machine is intended to add capacity...

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Laboratory Testing Inc. announces two promotions

June 10, 2013

Laboratory Testing Inc., a provider of tensile, impact, hardness, fracture toughness, and stress rupture testing in Hatfield, Pa., has announced the promotions of Glenn Derstine to senior technical adviser for mechanical testing and machining and Brandon McVaugh to destructive testing manager for...

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Walter announces personnel changes

June 3, 2013

Walter USA, a manufacturer of cutting tools in Waukesha, Wis., has announced the appointment of Kim Seidelman to managing director and Jeff Kraez to national sales director. Seidelman joined Walter through the Valenite integration in 2010 as the director of sales for key accounts. He started his...

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Matsuura Machinery opens U.S. subsidiary

May 13, 2013

Matsurra Machinery Corp., Japan, has opened a U.S. subsidiary, Matsuura Machinery USA, in St. Paul, Minn., to import machines and service customers. A grand opening will take place May 14 at 11:00 a.m., followed by an open house on May 15-16 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. To register for the grand...

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Walter launches redesigned website

May 7, 2013

Walter USA LLC, Waukesha, Wis., has unveiled a redesigned website at www.walter-tools.com/us featuring more information and services. It embodies the company's integrated Toolshop rapid ordering system to help simplify and speed up ordering of the company’s cutting tools for milling, drilling,...

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Future Products marks 50 years in business

May 1, 2013

Future Products, a manufacturer of precision die tooling and machined components, is celebrating its 50th year in business. Irvin F. Swider purchased the business in April 1963, initially manufacturing punch and die buttons. Originally an eight-man operation, the company quickly added staff and...

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Diehl Steel adds plate mill

April 18, 2013

Diehl Steel, Cincinnati, has installed a new plate mill that allows the company to custom-machine steel material up to 30 in. wide by 50 in. long by 12 in. high. The company now can machine larger sizes of tool steel, alloy steel, high-speed steel, carbon steel, powder-metal product, and stainless...

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Metals Technologies purchases Hess Industries equipment

March 28, 2013

Siemens' Metal Technologies business unit has purchased the equipment and technology from Hess Industries Inc., Niles, Mich. This purchase gives Siemens the full capability to repair and calibrate BFI ShapeMeter rolls in the North American market. The purchase includes roll test stands,...

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Merrill Tool & Machine adds largest-of-its-kind 5-axis mill

March 14, 2013

Merrill Tool & Machine, Merrill, Mich., a provider of design, engineering, and manufacturing services, has expanded its parts machining capabilities with the installation of the largest-of-its-kind Mazak Versatech V-140N 5-axis milling machine. The machine arrived at the 120,000-sq.-ft....

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T&H Lemont acquires large-diameter, 5-axis turning center

March 13, 2013

T&H Lemont, an Inductotherm Group company in Countryside, Ill., has installed a Hwacheon Hi-Tech 850YMC CNC turning center. The new machine expands the company's overall diameter and length capabilities to hard turn and finish products up to 45 in. dia. and up to 100 in. long. The lathe...

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Mazak Corp. establishes scholarship for Cincinnati State engineering students

March 6, 2013

Mazak Corp., Florence, Ky., has provided $24,000 to the SME Education Foundation, Dearborn, Mich., for the creation of the Mazak Manufacturing Technology Scholarship. The scholarship is for students entering or currently attending Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, Cincinnati, Ohio,...

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Jennison Mfg. Group receives API certification

February 27, 2013

Jennison Mfg. Group, Pittsburgh, has received final audit approval and obtained its American Petroleum Institute (API) certification, positioning the company to provide machined parts for the oil and gas industry. API auditors verified conformance with API SPEC Q1, ISO/TS 29001, and ISO 9001:2008....

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Graebener-Reika establishes new headquarters in Pennsylvania - TheFabricator.com

Graebener-Reika establishes new headquarters in Pennsylvania

February 4, 2013

Graebener-Reika Inc., a provider of machinery for processing tube, pipe, bar, plate, and sheet metal, has announced the establishment of its technical and sales headquarters in Reading, Pa. The 12,000-sq.-ft. facility houses the company's engineering, sales, and service staff with on-site...

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