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Davi delivers plate roll to Saudi Arabia pressure vessel builder

July 16, 2015

Davi has installed a 10-ft. by 2.75-in. plate roll machine in Saudi Arabia. The four-roll machine is used to manufacture tanks and pressure...

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Osborn moves North American headquarters to Indiana

July 16, 2015

Osborn, a supplier of industrial brushes, polishing compounds, and buffs, has moved its North American headquarters to Richmond, Ind. Sales, marketing, and customer service are located in the facility, along with engineers and other team members. The company opened operations in Richmond in...

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Cloud-based software helps simplify complex project portfolio management

July 16, 2015

KeyedIn® Solutions has released version 5.8 of its KeyedIn Projects software for project and program management. The software’s integrated Report Writer includes filtering options to view data in new ways and can schedule and e-mail reports automatically. Users can drill down into dashboard...

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Jagemann Stamping hires Sporting Group product manager

July 16, 2015

Jagemann Stamping Co., a manufacturer of deep-drawn and progressive-die metal stampings based in Manitowoc, Wis., has hired Nathan Dudney as product manager – Jagemann Sporting Group. The Sporting Group manufactures brass casings for rifles and handguns, polymer magazines, and other gun...

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Matheson to build second air separation unit in Los Angeles area

July 16, 2015

Basking Ridge, N.J.-based Matheson has announced plans to build a second large-capacity air separation unit (ASU) in the Los Angeles area. The company is a provider of industrial, welding, and safety supplies; medical, specialty, and electronic gases; gas-handling equipment; purification systems;...

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From the Web: Luring a $100 million facility; R2D2; fab lab; and metals make American manufacturing

July 16, 2015

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Web articles for fabricators—Ohio community hoping to land metal fabricating plant; fabricated R2D2 rolls into Comic Con; FMA, Harper College collaborate on fab lab; Pittsburgh (and 11 other U.S. cities) poised for manufacturing growth; and 3-D printing and the Cardinals

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GM invests $1.4 billion in Arlington, Texas, plant upgrades

July 16, 2015

In its largest single plant investment in the U.S. this year, General Motors has announced it will invest $1.4 billion in improvements to its Arlington Assembly Plant, Arlington, Texas, for the production of full-size SUVs. The investment allows the plant to be reconfigured with a new paint...

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Pipe saw comes in battery-operated version

July 16, 2015

The PipeCut 170E pipe saw from Exact Pipe Tools cuts all types of material, including ductile iron. The 5.7-lb. saw has a six-speed control, constant torque, and automatic fuse and cuts 0.6- to 6.7-in.-dia. pipes with steel wall thicknesses of 0.31 in. The interchangeable Diamond X, cermet (for...

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Midwest Engineered Systems launches FANUC robotics web page

July 16, 2015

Midwest Engineered Systems Inc., a provider of complex system integration and a FANUC Robotics authorized integrator since 2002, has launched a FANUC Robotics web page at www.mwes.com/fanuc. The web page includes information about integration services, photos and videos of systems, and case...

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Eurolls appoints AWT Machinery as agent for North America

July 16, 2015

Eurolls S.p.A., based in Attimis (Udine), Italy, has appointed Scott Liebenberg, owner of AWT Machinery Inc., Rockford, Ill., to be its representative for North America. AWT Machinery sells new machinery, provides technical support, and offers spare parts. Eurolls manufactures machinery for the...

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Jacquet Midwest adds 5-axis waterjet cutting services

July 16, 2015

Jacquet Midwest, Racine, Wis., has installed a dual-head, 5-axis Jet Edge EDGE X-5® waterjet cutting system. The company uses the new system to provide beveling and chamfering services to customers in the Midwest and nationwide through five regional service centers. The waterjet system...

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Compact balances offer weighing flexibility in tight spaces

July 16, 2015

Mettler Toledo has launched the ML-T line of compact, battery-operated balances. They combine larger-than-average weighing pans with a small footprint for use in day-to-day weighing in almost any manufacturing environment. A standard weigh-in guide and large, color touchscreen with...

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Gels give metal a natural, aged appearance

July 16, 2015

Brush-on Presto Black® gel, Antique Black® gel, and Antique Brown® gel from Birchwood Technologies are designed for use on large, in-place architectural metal surfaces to produce a natural, aged appearance. Any size of vertical or horizontal metal surface can be converted to a silver/black...

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Orion Drilling Co. has rigs, will travel

July 16, 2015

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Before purchasing a 3-D CNC cutting system from HGG, oil rig builder Orion outsource quite a bit of its work. In addition to being at the mercy of its subcontractors’ lead times, Orion had to deal with their quality, which often wasn’t sufficient. The machine has been such a productivity enhance that Orion estimates the ROI period to be one year.

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Helical mill reduces machining times

July 16, 2015

The Walter Blaxx F5038 helical milling cutter offers a solid body for improved stability. It employs a tangential, quadruple-edge system of indexable inserts made of Tiger·tec® Silver that produce step-free shoulders. According to the manufacturer, the mill reduces machining times by up to 30...

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