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H & H celebrates anniversary

April 11, 2006

H & H Sales Co. Inc., Huntertown, Ind., is celebrating its 55th anniversary this year.H & H Equipment Co., founded in 1951, works extensively with propane, welding, and other high-pressure industries....

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TD Center names account manager

April 11, 2006

TD Center®, Columbus, Ind., has named Mike Dellekamp as account manager for northern Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Missouri, and the western U.S. region.Dellekamp has experience in sales territory...

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Praxair announces new staff appointments

April 11, 2006

Praxair Inc., Danbury, Conn., has made several new appointments to its staff. Bob Phillips is Northeast U.S. division general manager; Randy Brittingham is vice president and general manager, U.S.;...

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Schuler, HEATform form agreement

April 11, 2006

Schuler Hydroforming GmbH & Co. KG, Wilnsdorf, Germany, and HEATform GmbH, Wiesbaden, Germany, have entered into a strategic agreement concerning cooperation on HEATforming (hot expansion air...

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Daylen Solutions adds to sales staff

April 11, 2006

Daylen Solutions LLC, Indiana, Pa., has added Larry Rarig to its sales force for eastern Pennsylvania and Maryland.Rarig assists customers looking to increase productivity, accuracy, and safety by...

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Duggan Mfg. named supplier of the year

April 11, 2006

Duggan Mfg., Shelby Township, Mich., has been named Prototype Supplier of the Year by Hi-Lex Controls Inc., Troy, Mich., in recognition of performance and service related to prototype programs...

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Lincoln to open facility in Dubai

April 11, 2006

Lincoln Electric Co. is building a regional headquarters and training facility in Dubai to support sales and customer service throughout the Middle East and North Africa.The 5,500-sq.-ft. facility is...

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LTI names manager

April 11, 2006

Laboratory Testing Inc. (LTI), Hatfield, Pa., has appointed Frank Peszka as quality assurance manager responsible for implementing and maintaining the quality management system, overseeing the...

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Metalcon show set

April 11, 2006

Metalcon Intl., Newton, Mass., has announced that its 2006 show will take place Oct. 3-5 in Tampa, Fla. This is the only annual international show dedicated to metal in construction.This year 262...

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Hydro Aluminum names sales fabrication manager

April 11, 2006

Hydro Aluminum, Baltimore, has named Tony Amendola as general sales fabrication manager for the company's Midwest region.Amendola is responsible for developing new fabrication business for the...

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Intelligent Robotic Welding

April 11, 2006

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Planning a productive intelligent robotic welding workcell requires many phases. These include preplanning with a computer simulation, getting the virtual results to translate into real-world operation, using multiple robots within the workcell for material handling as well as welding, and utilizing vision systems to help compensate for part variations.

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Eliminating problems that cause flaws

April 11, 2006

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Problematic material? Yes, bad coil is out there. It could be mislabeled; the yield strength could vary from one part of the coil to another; it might have damaged edges; and so on. In the second part of this two-part series, columnist Bud Graham discusses steel coil, how its characteristics can vary, and how these variations can result in substandard tube.

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Processes for hydroforming sheet metal

April 11, 2006

Part three of a three-part series on sheet hydroforming, this article reviews the SHF-P and SHF-D processes.

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Guidelines for forming high-strength material

April 11, 2006

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High-strength materials are becoming more common in stamping, especially for the aircraft and space industries. Although they all have their own specific features, they have some common characteristics and typical reactions to stretching and drawing.

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Management matters

April 11, 2006

Creating a sound workplace is good not only for your business and your employees, but for society. When it comes to labor costs, the U.S. cannot compete with China and India. Our only chance of remaining competitive is to work more effectively and efficiently and to develop new innovations continually.

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