Oxyfuel Cutting

The oxyfuel cutting technology area discusses oxyfuel equipment, cutting tips, gases, and how to get the most out of this versatile, capable process.

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IBEDA Inc. division moves to new headquarters, doubles manufacturing capacity

December 11, 2007

Superflash Compressed Gas Equipment Division, IBEDA Inc., recently moved its headquarters and North American plant from North Olmsted, Ohio, to Westlake, Ohio. The renovated 27,000-sq.-ft. building...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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,...

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Select a torch tip when using oxyfuel

August 8, 2007

There has been much discussion on the value of plasma-arc and laser-beam processes for cutting and welding, but oxyfuel is still the most commonly used method. The products are very robust and easy to use. The cost of entry to use this method is relatively modest – only several hundred dollars...

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Mechanized system simplifies air plasma cutting integration

June 12, 2007

Hypertherm®'s PowermaxEDGE® Sensor™ PHC, a combination of the Powermax® G3 Series™ plasma system and the automatic Sensor PHC (plasma height control), is available to...

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MG breaks ground on new addition

June 12, 2007

MG Systems & Welding Inc., Menomonee Falls, Wis., has begun construction of a two-floor addition to the area for its service and accounting departments, adding 4,334 sq. ft. of total space. The...

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MG Systems & Welding appoints president, CEO

April 16, 2007

MG Systems & Welding Inc., Menomonee Falls, Wis., has appointed Gary Norville as president and CEO.Norville has more than 34 years' experience in the cutting, welding, and gas industries. With more...

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Drive system developed for shape-cutting machines

April 10, 2007

ProMotion Controls, in cooperation with Kollmorgen Servotronix and Koike Aronson, has developed a high-performance digital AC drive amplifier system for shape-cutting machinery. The AC iDrives are the...

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System offers plasma, oxyfuel cutting, scribing, drilling capabilities

April 10, 2007

Plasma Automation Inc. introduces the VICON Elite, a multifunctional processing system that offers users precision plasma and oxyfuel cutting, scribing and drilling capabilities.The specially designed...

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Cutting Systems Inc. appoints regional sales manager

April 10, 2007

Cutting Systems Inc., Cleveland, has named Frank Boulton as its regional sales manager.Boulton is a lifelong native of the Cleveland area and has represented industries throughout the U.S., Canada,...

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System automates single-, multiple-head welding, cutting

March 13, 2007

Gullco's KAT Travel Carriage System is designed to automate and improve quality in single-or multiple-head welding and cutting uperations.Welding guns and torches are mounted on the carriage, which...

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Bug-O appoints sales manager, Canada

March 13, 2007

Bug-O Systems Inc, Pittsburgh, a supplier of automated welding equipment, has appointed Clay Cable as sales manager for Canada.Formerly, Cable was an inside sales agent. His new duties include...

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