February 27, 2003
By: Kent Horn
In the 1980s, when CNC machinery evolved, tube fabricators made the transition from manually forming each part to allowing a machine to form the parts unassisted. Now in the age of Windows®-based computers and brushless electric servo drives, these machines can seem like relics. But don't take them to the scrap heap just yet.
Built to fully exploit the benefits of fiber laser cutting LVD's Electra is one of the fastest fiber laser cutting machines on the market.
Economic reality and the skilled-worker issue - by Dan Davis
The only thing missing from the skilled worker shortage were rising wages for skilled workers that were apparently in demand. Could that be changing?
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