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The sawing technology area has enough depth to cover more than just band and circular sawing machines. It has information on blade selection and use, lubricant selection, and sawing safety.

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Pneumatic circular saw features ultrathin blade for dry cutting - TheFabricator.com

Pneumatic circular saw features ultrathin blade for dry cutting

May 31, 2012

CS Unitec has introduced a 9-in. pneumatic circular saw for dry cutting steel plate up to 0.375 in. thick, as well as nonferrous metal and grating. The 19-lb. model 5 1115 0020 metal cutting saw is suitable for such industries as foundries, petrochemical, nuclear, marine, demolition, and...

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Saw designed for minimum backlash

May 31, 2012

The AMSAW® line from Advanced Machine & Eng. Co. uses carbide or cermet blades to cut ferrous and nonferrous material, bars, billets, rails, profiles, pipes, and tubes.The compact, rigid design includes hardened spindle gears ground for minimum backlash. The saw blade guide and dampening...

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Unist launches new website

May 3, 2012

Unist Inc., Grand Rapids, Mich., has overhauled its website at www.unist.com. New features include easier access to product information and documentation and a growing video library. The site highlights the company's environmentally friendly lubrication systems and products for metal cutting and...

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Billet sawing systems feature carbide blades - TheFabricator.com

Billet sawing systems feature carbide blades

March 29, 2012

AMSAW® high-speed production saw machines use carbide blades to cut ferrous and nonferrous pipes, tubes, bars, billets, rails, and profiles. The machine features a compact, rigid design; hardened spindle gears ground for minimum backlash; a saw blade guide and dampening device;...

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Manual band saw made for light-duty cutting - TheFabricator.com

Manual band saw made for light-duty cutting

March 22, 2012

The Kalamazoo Machine Tool model H235 manual band saw is designed for light-duty cutting of tubes, pipes, light structural shapes, and small solids up to 8 in. at 90 degrees. The saw has a variable-speed blade from 65 to 320 FPM and can miter up to 60 degrees to the right while maintaining the...

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Everett Industries Inc. celebrates 50 years in business

March 5, 2012

Everett Industries Inc., Warren, Ohio, marks 50 years of manufacturing abrasive cutoff saws in 2012. The company, founded in 1962 by Chuck Everett, is operated today by Everett’s son, Bill Everett, president, and Roy Williams, vice president. The company produces cutoff machines with wheel...

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Blog added to band saw parts Web site - TheFabricator.com

Blog added to band saw parts Web site

February 14, 2012

Band saw blade and parts producer www.sawblade.com has launched a band saw blog at its Web site, offering technical information and business tips to industry managers. In addition to the blog, the site offers drop-down lists of all the saws that the company services, with links that connect to...

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Mid Atlantic Machinery to host Machine Tool Madness show

February 2, 2012

Mid Atlantic Machinery will host the Machine Tool Madness show at its Harrisburg, Pa., showroom March 28-29 for welders and fabricators interested in rolling, robotic welding, eliminating secondary operations, and improving bending techniques. Manufacturers at the show will include TRUMPF,...

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Everett Industries names Pacific Northwest sales rep - TheFabricator.com

Everett Industries names Pacific Northwest sales rep

January 30, 2012

Everett Industries Inc. has hired Douglas Clay as sales representative for the Pacific Northwest region, representing the company's abrasive cutoff saws and wheels. Clay has many years of sales and service experience in machines, tooling, and related metal fabrication...

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Double-column mitering band saw designed for structural, solid, and difficult materials - TheFabricator.com

Double-column mitering band saw designed for structural, solid, and difficult materials

January 26, 2012

Kalamazoo Machine Tool's model H6A-NC double-column mitering band saw is a fully automatic machine designed for the production of structural, solid, and difficult materials. The machine is fully programmable to enable serial cutting of various lengths, sizes, blade speeds, and quantities and to...

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Hole saws, reciprocating saw blades introduced - TheFabricator.com

Hole saws, reciprocating saw blades introduced

January 9, 2012

The M.K. Morse Co. has introduced the Morse Diamond Grit™ line of hole saws and reciprocating saw blades. The products use brazed industrial diamond grit to cut cast iron and other abrasive construction...

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Manual metallurgical saw features enclosed wet-cutting area with dual coolant nozzles - TheFabricator.com

Manual metallurgical saw features enclosed wet-cutting area with dual coolant nozzles

January 9, 2012

Kalamazoo Industries offers the model K12-14MS manual metallurgical saw. It features an enclosed wet-cutting area with dual coolant nozzles to eliminate the dispersion of abrasive particles into the workplace. The saw has a 14-in. abrasive wheel; a 5-HP, three-phase, 1,725-RPM TEFC motor; dual...

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Minimal footprint band saws designed to meet daily production requirements

December 20, 2011

Peddinghaus Corp. offers Eco-Line band saws for cutting steel. Designed to meet daily production requirements, the saws work quickly and efficiently and have a minimal footprint, the company reports. The saws can cut at 30-, 45-, 90-, and 135-degree angles. They facilitate the integration of...

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DGI Supply acquires Tru-Cut, Supreme Saw

December 6, 2011

DGI Supply, a DoALL Company in Wheeling, Ill., has acquired Tru-Cut Tool and Supply Co. of Alsip, Ill., and its subsidiary, Supreme Saw & Service Co. Inc. Greg Muntean, owner of Tru-Cut, remains with the company as director of business development for DGI’s Sawing Products division. DGI...

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Circular saw blades suitable for cutting light- and heavy-wall tubes, extrusions, plates - TheFabricator.com

Circular saw blades suitable for cutting light- and heavy-wall tubes, extrusions, plates

November 7, 2011

Forrest Mfg. offers circular saw blades for cutting nonferrous metals such as copper, aluminum, and brass. They are suitable for cutting light- and heavy-wall tubes, extrusions, and plates. According to the company, the blades produce burr-free cuts that eliminate the need for filing. Nineteen...

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