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Liquid propane gas welding machine allows users to switch seamlessly between multiple processes

May 17, 2010

Designed for maintenance, repair, and construction, Lincoln’s Ranger® 305 LPG is an engine-driven welding machine that allows users to switch seamlessly between multiple processes. While liquid...

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Bystronic hires press brake service engineer

May 17, 2010

Bystronic Inc., Hauppauge, N.Y., has announced that Vincent Nylin has joined the company as press brake service engineer based in the Quad Cities, Ill., area. Nylin has more than 32 years of...

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Clamping pads with stem can be used as mobile supports or backstop - TheFabricator

Clamping pads with stem can be used as mobile supports or backstop

May 17, 2010

J.W. Winco Inc. offers series GN 709.1 clamping pads with threaded stems. The RoHS-compliant, metric-sized clamping pads have a body made of case-hardened steel with a black phosphate finish. The...

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Attendees learn about combustible dust hazards at symposium - TheFabricator

Attendees learn about combustible dust hazards at symposium

May 17, 2010

Dantherm Filtration held its first symposium on combustible dust at its Thomasville, N.C., headquarters in March. More than 50 attendees learned about the causes of combustible dust fires and...

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Robotic welding positioner available in load capacities of 1,102 and 1,653 lbs. per side - TheFabricator

Robotic welding positioner available in load capacities of 1,102 and 1,653 lbs. per side

May 17, 2010

A heavy-duty, three-axis welding positioner configuration is available from Wolf Robotics in load capacities of 1,102 and 1,653 lbs. per side. The positioner has a Ferris wheel-type interchange...

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Andy J. Egan receives Elite designation from MBPA

May 17, 2010

Andy J. Egan Co., a mechanical contractor and fabricator in Grand Rapids, Mich., has been named one of West Michigan's 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work for by the Michigan Business and...

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Weld seam inspection system determines size, position of all relevant defects in real time

May 17, 2010

A new sensor has been added to the VIROwsi welding seam inspection system from Vitronic. The system objectively inspects the seam and sorts out defective parts. It determines the size and position of...

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Robotic blast machine automates processing trayloads of components

May 17, 2010

Guyson Corp. has introduced a robotic blasting system that incorporates a component-manipulating, six-axis robot and a shuttle transfer cart to fully automate processing of trayloads of components....

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Chandler Products announces personnel changes

May 17, 2010

Chandler Products, Cleveland, has announced the retirement of Ron Siedler from the company. Siedler most recently served as the company's president after spending many years in the position of sales...

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Wilson Tool opens office in Mexico

May 17, 2010

Wilson Tool Intl., White Bear Lake, Minn., has opened a new office in Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico. The new office provides tooling systems, sales, and support. Jay Dienst, Wilson Tool’s vice...

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Fabricators on recovery and job creation

May 12, 2010

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If you didn’t receive this week’s "Fabricating Update," you missed some promising numbers about the economic recovery and manufacturing jobs. Have no fear; I'm repeating them here, because they are worth repeating: The U.S. added 290,000 jobs in April, the largest monthly total since March...

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HRB price surge stalls: U.S. up 0.5%; Western Europe flat; World down 0.3%; China down 1.2%

May 12, 2010

The bi-monthly SteelBenchmarker™ United States HRB spot price for May 10 was up 0.5 percent to $776 per metric ton, FOB the mill, for the eleventh consecutive increase. The Western European HRB...

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The impossible dream

May 11, 2010

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From the CAD operator's point of view, he can use several tricks for sheet metal modeling that can keep the design in the realm of can-do manufacturing—the land where the tooling and metal processing technologies are commonly available.

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Is manufacturing cool again?

May 10, 2010

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Did you here? The folks who make things for a living are now … cool. Many business gurus out there, including Warren Buffett, say manufacturers are leading the economic recovery. The Institute for Supply Management reported the fifth month of growth in manufacturing employment. ISM’s employment...

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OSHA establishes severe violator program, increased penalties

May 10, 2010

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Washington, D.C., in an effort to address urgent safety and health problems facing Americans in the workplace, is...

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