Harco acquires new technologies

November 3, 2009

Harco Metal Products, a tube fabricator with facilities in Tempe, Ariz., and Fort Payne, Ala., has announced that it has procured several new machines to complement its existing equipment. These include:

  • CNC tube bending equipment, including rotary arm, free-form multidimensional, roll, ram, and dual-head
  • Aicon Tube Inspect HD (for optical 3-D measurement) and Romer CMMs for inspection
  • CNC machining centers
  • Pneumatic drills
  • Welding cells incorporating induction brazing, GMAW, GTAW, and plasma

"While Harco is extremely pleased to incorporate these technologies, the offering of such services goes well beyond tangible benefits, signifying an entirely new way of doing business," said Harco President Jay Hall. "We are taking a proactive business approach by offering the most advanced techniques while aggressively pursuing potential business sectors. "

Harco will soon launch a rebranded Web site containing complete changes to the user interface and useful content for current and potential customers.

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