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Safety eyewear designed for female workers

January 18, 2017

Ergodyne has added Erda safety glasses to its Skullerz® eyewear line. The large-frame glasses are designed for female workers, with a slightly softer, more rounded frame and sleek temples that will not snag in longer hair.The eyewear meets ANSI, CSA, and MIL-PRF ballistic impact requirements. Lens...

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Double-cut shears cut metal at speeds up to 300 IPM without distortion

January 17, 2017

Kett Tool Co.’s KD-400 18-ga. double-cut shears cut cold-rolled mild steel, aluminum, and stainless steel without warping or bending the original material or the finished piece. The dual blades transfer any distortion produced in cutting to a 7/32-in. waste strip, leaving behind material edges...

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Color-coded convolute wheels provide increased throughput

January 17, 2017

Norton | Saint-Gobain Abrasives has introduced a general-purpose category of Rapid Finish nonwoven convolute wheels. Heavy deburring and final finishing wheel categories will soon be introduced, all color-coded for quick, accurate selection.A new fiber and high-temperature resin bond system in the...

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Blaster unit’s dual drum compartments allow continuous part processing

January 17, 2017

Viking Blast & Wash Systems has introduced the redesigned SH3660 spinner hanger blaster. This unit has an expanded 36-in.-wide by 60-in.-tall work zone. The need for a lower screw auger has been eliminated. The machine has two separate compartments in the rotating drum; one compartment is rotated...

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Dual-head buffer/polishing lathes perform numerous finishing tasks

January 16, 2017

Dual-head buffer/polishing lathes from Palmgren® are designed for applications from demanding polishing to fine detailing work. Available in both 12- and 16-in. models, the two-speed buffer provides deburring, finishing, graining, surface conditioning, polishing, and buffing. Narrow and wide wheel...

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Laser installation kits help reduce startup time

January 16, 2017

CONCOA has introduced a series of laser installation kits that simplify the regulator, fitting, and hose installation process to decrease the time required for field startup of laser equipment. The 67B series high-flow, high-pressure regulator ejects molten metal from the kerf zone with...

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Unit monitors weld oxygen content to prevent oxidization, color

January 16, 2017

Huntingdon Fusion Techniques HFT® offers the PurgEye® 100 Weld Purge Monitor®. It monitors the oxygen content when welding metals such as stainless, duplex, and chrome steels; titanium; and nickel alloys to help achieve a nonoxidized, zero-color weld. The monitor measures residual oxygen level...

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Axial tube end forming machine features automatic tool detection

January 16, 2017

The new REB 645 axial tube end forming machine from transfluid features automatic tool detection, allowing fast tool changes for complex geometries and extreme degrees of forming. A bar code system reads the operation data of a tube with an individual bar code. All tools of the machine, which is...

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SMAW unit’s digital control adjusts power source to suit welding electrode

January 13, 2017

TransPocket 180 from Fronius is a new-generation, single-phase, 180-amp SMAW machine. A digital resonance inverter allows a large number of stick electrode types to be used. Power Factor Correction technology helps make the machine energy-efficient. The hand-held welding torch is designed primarily...

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Design software made for large assemblies, data sets

January 13, 2017

IronCAD has released its 2017 IronCAD Design Collaboration Suite, which is designed to make it faster to work with large data sets and to reduce the overall design time from concept to production detailing. According to the company, save and load times for large assemblies are up to 30 percent...

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Inert atmosphere tempering furnace reaches 1,400 degrees F

January 12, 2017

Grieve has developed No. 1041, a 1,400-degrees-F inert atmosphere tempering furnace currently used for heat-treating at a customer’s facility. Workspace dimensions are 48 by 72 by 48 in. 120 kW are installed in nickel-chrome wire coils supported by a stainless steel frame, while a 9,600-CFM,...

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Portable electrode welding machine withstands harsh environments

January 12, 2017

EWM AG has introduced the Pico 160 cel puls portable electrode welding machine. Weighing about 10 lbs., the unit can be used for vertical-down CEL welding and GTAW pulse welding for the 230-V lighting main. The machine features a splash-proof housing made of plastic and aluminum and a transparent,...

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Measurement technology modules integrate into EtherCAT I/O system

January 12, 2017

The new ELM series EtherCAT measurement technology modules from Beckhoff directly integrate into the modular EtherCAT I/O system and can be seamlessly combined with the company’s portfolio of more than 500 EtherCAT terminals. The modules feature new metal housings that optimize shielding and...

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Controls package allows management of feed and straightener functions, setups

January 11, 2017

Coe Press Equipment’s new SyncMaster™ base controls package for integrated press lines allows operators to manage feed and straightener functions, setups, and diagnostic reviews from a single touchscreen. The controls package for integrated coil feed lines allows operators to control many of...

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Orbital wrappers secure low-profile products for transport without pallets

January 11, 2017

The new TAB Wrapper Tornado Skinny series orbital wrapping machines from TAB Industries LLC wrap low-profile and limited-length products in plastic film for secure storage, warehousing, and transportation without the need for pallets, boxes, or containers. Suitable for wrapping bars, tubes, and...

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