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Computer-assisted quoting software designed for machining, stamping, fabricating applications

April 27, 2010

BottomLine Industrial Software's Quik Quote plus series II is a computer-assisted quoting Excel® worksheet for machining, stamping, and fabricating applications. The program performs basic and...

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Coherent opens CO2 laser applications lab in China

April 27, 2010

Coherent Inc., Santa Clara, Calif., has opened a new CO2 laser applications laboratory in Beijing. The facility gives customers in the Chinese materials processing and microelectronics markets quick...

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Press brake available in capacities from 38 to 110 tons

April 27, 2010

The RGM2 press brake from Amada America Inc. comes in capacities from 38 to 110 tons. Its backgauge is equipped with a pair of three-position gauge fingers (top, center, and down), and the front arm...

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Metal recovery system enhanced

April 27, 2010

Eriez® has introduced the ProSort II airless metal recovery system. It includes the same features as the original ProSort, but with twice as many sensors per paddle. The system is designed for the...

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Gas analysis module suitable for applications in explosive areas

April 27, 2010

Witt Gas Controls offers a gas analysis module with the new Gas Control 50 digital control unit for quality assurance for plants that mix or process gas. The unit enables users to monitor permanently...

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CenterLine (Windsor) hires account manager

April 27, 2010

CenterLine (Windsor) Ltd., Windsor, Ont., has hired Chuck Roberts as an account manager. Roberts has more than 35 years of engineering, project management, and sales experience involving local,...

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IPG Photonics acquires Cosytronic

April 27, 2010

IPG Photonics Corp., Oxford, Mass., a producer of high-power fiber lasers and amplifiers, has announced the acquisition of privately held, Germany-based Cosytronic KG, a developer of joining...

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Marmon/Keystone announces staff changes

April 27, 2010

Marmon/Keystone, Butler, Pa., has promoted Vernon R. Donaldson to manager of material requirements planning. He began his career in 1998 as branch service correspondent at the East Butler service...

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Pass-through blast system suitable for cleaning parts that cannot withstand tumbling

April 27, 2010

Viking Blast & Wash Systems has announced the release of the CB3624 pass-through blast system. It is suitable for cleaning small or intricate parts that cannot withstand tumbling. The unit has a...

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New versions of CAM software for plasma and oxyfuel cutting released

April 27, 2010

Hypertherm's MTC Software has unveiled new versions of its CAM nesting software. NestMaster 2010 and TurboNest 2010 contain functionality designed to contribute to improved ease of use, productivity,...

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Feralloy President Roger B. Sippey retires after 42 years with the company

April 27, 2010

Feralloy Corp., a subsidiary of Reliance Steel & Aluminum Co., has announced that effective March 31, 2010, Roger B. Sippey retired from the company. Sippey served as president and CEO since August of...

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fume extractor

Don't let your equipment leave you fuming

April 27, 2010

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Stricter hexavalent chromium standards are just one reason to invest in a welding fume extractor. Providing a healthier work environment also can help you protect and retain your skilled workers. What should you consider when selecting an extractor?

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Selling used equipment

April 26, 2010

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Just how much is your used fabricating equipment worth? How is its value determined? What's the best way to go about selling it? Should you try to sell it directly to an end user, or should you sell it to a dealer?

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Notching options

April 26, 2010

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While most fabricators could probably name three methods for notching tube, they actually have six choices. Understanding the advantages and disadvantages of each is the first step in selecting one.

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Robotics market shrinks; innovation continues

April 22, 2010

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The manufacturers and systems integrators that gathered for ABB's 2010 Robotic Technology Days, April 21-22, in Auburn Hills, Mich., showed up in good moods. The economy looks to be slowly emerging from the depths, and the technological innovations haven't slowed down during the slowdown. The past...

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