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Emhart Teknologies acquires Fastener Innovation Technology

May 3, 2010

Emhart Teknologies, a Black & Decker Company and producer of fastening and assembly technologies in Shelton, Conn., has acquired Fastener Innovation Technology Inc. (FIT), a designer and manufacturer...

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Holders for thick-turret punch presses accommodate unlimited number of forming tool inserts - TheFabricator

Holders for thick-turret punch presses accommodate unlimited number of forming tool inserts

May 3, 2010

Mate Precision Tooling has introduced ULTRAFORM® FX™ and XT™ holders, which provide interchangeability with the company's ULTRAFORM insert system. The holders help reduce complexity...

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Lincoln Electric facility tours included in IndustryWeek’s Best Plants Conference

May 3, 2010

More than 120 manufacturing professionals from around the country took part in a presentation and plant tours at Lincoln Electric's world headquarters in Cleveland and consumables manufacturing plant...

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High-speed miter saw designed for cutting aluminum, brass, other relatively soft nonferrous materials - TheFabricator

High-speed miter saw designed for cutting aluminum, brass, other relatively soft nonferrous materials

May 3, 2010

The model KM10HS, a 10-in., high-speed miter saw from Kalamazoo Industries, is designed for cutting aluminum, brass, and other relatively soft nonferrous materials. The saw miters 45 degrees left, 60...

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Lorain County Community College opens welding center

May 3, 2010

Lorain County Community College (LCCC), Elyria, Ohio, has opened a new welding lab and classrooms. The center, made possible with a $4.9 million grant from the National Science Foundation, enhances...

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400-amp plasma arc metal cutting system introduced

May 3, 2010

Hypertherm has introduced the HyPerformance® Plasma HPR400XD®, a 400-amp plasma arc metal cutting system. With patent-pending PowerPierce™, the system can pierce metal that is 60...

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Horizon Steel expands to new facility

May 3, 2010

Horizon Steel has announced an expansion of its Illinois operations through the acquisition of the former MC Steel Co.'s equipment and facility in Wheeling. In addition to a 72-in. cut-to-length...

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Gauge detects welding wire level in drums, boxes

May 3, 2010

The Wire Wizard® wire level gauge from ELCo Enterprises Inc. detects the amount of wire left in weld wire drums or boxes. The gauge, which attaches to the cover of the drum or box, features...

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CGW hires application engineer - TheFabricator

CGW hires application engineer

May 3, 2010

CGW-Camel Grinding Wheels, Niles, Ill., has hired Rodney Neil Finch as application engineer. He is responsible for market growth in the vitrified product line and supports new and existing products in...

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Abrasive flap disk features trimmable backing - TheFabricator

Abrasive flap disk features trimmable backing

May 3, 2010

Weiler's Trimmable Tiger® abrasive flap disk features a trimmable backing. The design enables the operator to trim away the back of the disk up to 0.375 in. from the original diameter, exposing...

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Saluting civilians

May 1, 2010

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Some people might think that the only way to serve their country is by joining the military. If that were true, then this country, the men and women currently serving, and our national security would be in a world of trouble. Even though they don't receive much recognition, the fact is civilians...

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Welding metals of dissimilar strengths

April 30, 2010

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Welding metals of dissimilar strengths requires that a welder consider some specific factors, to ensure a solid joint.

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A guide to portable magnetic drills

April 30, 2010

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On-site hole-making is a common fabrication activity, but not much thought is given to the tool used for the job. As with any job, the right tool can make a real difference in how smoothly the operation goes.

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The 'hole' story about the Tampa Museum of Art

April 30, 2010

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How does an architect create a building that mirrors the daylight and a nearby river? In the case of the new Tampa Museum of Art, architect Stanely Saitowitz turned to perforated metal panels that enveloped the entire building, all 96,000 square feet of building surface.

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Batteries power up to own the road

April 30, 2010

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The automotive industry is looking to hybrid electric and fully electric vehicles to electrify the effort to lessen or eliminate fuel emissions and to achieve the new fuel standards. Lithium-ion is considered by many to be the most promising of automotive batteries because of its potential for longer ranges.

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