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Buildup laser welding workstation offered

July 11, 2006

TRUMPF offers the PowerWeld multiflex laser workstation for buildup welding on large workpieces.The system is based on a Cartesian machine with a range of 39.37 in. in all three axes. The large stroke...

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Laser cutting machine features new aircutting capabilities

July 11, 2006

The TC L 2510 laser cutting machine from TRUMPF Inc. features new aircutting capabilities.The unit can use compressed air as an assist gas to cut steel, stainless steel, galvanized steel, aluminum,...

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Flux-cored stainless steel electrodes designed for demanding environments

July 11, 2006

Select-Arc Inc. offers three gas-shielded, flux-cored stainless steel electrodes designed for welding in demanding environments.The SelectAlloy 308H-AP, 309LMo-AP, and 347-AP electrodes feature flat,...

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Large-bed custom hydraulic compression molding press delivered

July 11, 2006

Greenerd Press and Machine Co. Inc. recently delivered a large-bed hydraulic compression molding press to a manufacturer of automotive components in the Southeast.Greenerd custom-designed and built...

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Contact tips for robotic applications introduced

July 11, 2006

American Torch Tip has introduced a line of GMAW contact tips available in various materials.The tips, designed specifically for robotic applications, help decrease wear and extend the life of the...

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Fastener designed for prepainted metal

July 11, 2006

AKH Inc. has introduced the painted FAS-NER® that allows fastener insertion into prepainted metal. The color is matched to the color of the painted assembly, eliminating postpaint operations.The...

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GMAW guns available in 350, 450 amps

July 11, 2006

OMEGA™ GMAW guns from Abicor Binzel are available in 350 and 450 amps and provide current transfer through a tight-tolerance interface, direct crimped torch body, and neck locking screw.The guns...

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Protective screen improved

July 11, 2006

Wilson Industries has introduced an improved version of its Stur-D-Screen protective screen.The unit features scratch-resistant paint and a redesigned bracket for self-strengthening capability. A...

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Light-duty floor stand facilitates light curtain mounting

July 11, 2006

Scientific Technologies Inc. has developed a light-duty floor stand designed for mounting the company's line of light curtains as well as the PA4600 perimeter access guarding device.The stand is...

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Saw cuts without burring, heat distortion, sparking

July 11, 2006

SteelMax LLC offers the S14 metal cutting saw that cuts cool and clean without burring, heat distortion, or sparking.The saw cuts mild steel, stainless steel, and aluminum and features a 45-degree...

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Plasma system cuts up to 5/8-in., severs up to -in. material

July 11, 2006

The PowerCut® 650 plasma cutting package from ESAB Welding & Cutting Products cuts up to 5/8-in. material and severs up to -in. material.The 53-lb. unit is compact in design and is transportable...

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Welding services available

July 11, 2006

Welding Solutions Inc. markets, services, and integrates the Super-MIG™ hybrid plasma/GMAW robotic welding products developed and manufactured by Plasma Laser Technologies Inc.The company...

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Isotropic steel suitable for high-loads, equalized strength requirements

July 11, 2006

Ovako has enhanced the purity of its IQ (isotropic-quality) steel, allowing it to be used for parts that are subjected to high loads and where equalized strength is required in all areas of the...

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Roll-Kraft adds to staff

July 11, 2006

Roll-Kraft, Mentor, Ohio, has added several personnel in a variety of positions.Joe Korzen and Jarred Esborn have been added to the engineering staff. Other new hires are Kevin Myers, John Dowler, and...

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Forum highlights aluminum as key to future energy efficiency

July 11, 2006

Kevin Greenawalt, president of Novelis North America, said a 6 to 8 percent fuel savings can be achieved for every 10 percent reduction in weight when substituting aluminum for steel during an...

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