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Flanger/shear machine works with both flat, crowned heads, circles

October 12, 2004

Cole-Tuve offers a flanger/shear machine for both flat and crowned heads and circles.Capacities are 5/16-in. mild steel and 3/16-in. stainless steel, up to 177 in. (14 ft. 9 in.) in diameter. Both the...

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Arc welding power sources are lightweight, compact

October 12, 2004

Multiquip offers the GAW-135H and GAW-180HE lightweight, compact arc welding power sources.The GAW-135H combines 135 amps of DC welding power and 1.5-kW AC output. With a dry weight of 110 lbs. (49 ...

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Safety light curtain designed for automated material transport areas

October 12, 2004

SICK Inc. has introduced its C 4000 entry/exit safety light curtain for advanced safety applications. It is designed for use in areas where material is automatically transported into a hazardous zone...

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Hydraulic presses evenly distribute full-force capacities

October 12, 2004

Pacific Press Technologies offers the OBM and OBL hydraulic presses with an interlocked steel design that absorbs and evenly distributes full-force capacities. Loads are transmitted to the frame by...

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Orbital welding power source redesigned

October 12, 2004

Magnatech's digital Pipemaster Model 515 has been redesigned and is half the size and weight of previous models. Digital technology provides improved accuracy and reliability, the company says.The...

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Transfer system line offers flexibility

October 12, 2004

AIDA provides a range of transfer lines designed to give stampers the flexibility to tailor their transfer needs to fit the job.For production runs requiring large parts and corresponding stroke...

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Press brakes help eliminate test bending

October 12, 2004

The PR Plus system option is now standard on the full range of Bystronic Inc.'s PR Series press brakes. The technology measures material thickness and length and provides compensation for the effects...

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Dynamic-response laser machine cuts, welds, drills

October 12, 2004

LASERTEC 80Deckel Maho Gildemeister offers the Lasertec 80 FineCutting laser machine, which the company states is the first with high dynamic response for precision 2-D and 3-D cutting, welding, and...

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Process joins wire without interrupting welding

October 12, 2004

A&E Welding Machinery has developed and patented a welding process for joining coils and bulk package drummed wire without interrupting or stopping the welding process.The AEW2-1 wire-joining machine...

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Senior VP joins Motoman

October 12, 2004

Motoman Inc., a manufacturer of robotic systems in West Carrollton, Ohio, has named Kazumasa (Kazu) Okabe as senior vice president.Okabe has more than 30 years of experience at Yaskawa Electric Corp....

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Wolf Robotics undergoes management change

October 12, 2004

Rimrock Automation has promoted Doug Rhoda to vice president and general manager of Wolf Robotics, the company's Fort Collins, Colo.-based division. Rhoda replaces Dave Prosser, who served in that...

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Guidelines for installing steel conduit/tubing available

October 12, 2004

The Conduit Committee of the Steel Tube Institute of North America (STI) has announced the availability of a new edition of its "Guidelines for Installing Steel Conduit/Tubing," which was developed to...

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Pullmax redesigns, updates Web site

October 12, 2004

Pullmax Inc. has redesigned and updated its Web site. The new site features machine specifications and videos of the company's CNC punching systems.The site is designed to be a sales tool for the...

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Safety, health bulletin focuses on fall protection

October 12, 2004

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued a safety and health information bulletin to prevent fatal accidents and injuries for workers using wire form anchorage connectors...

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New workplace fatality data released

October 12, 2004

Commenting on workplace fatality data released Sept. 22, U.S. Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health John Henshaw said, "American workers remain safer than they were just a...

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