TPJ - The Tube & Pipe Journal®

December 2012

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Selected articles from the December 2012 issue available online:

Inventor, fabricator updates wheelchair concept - TheFabricator.com

Inventor, fabricator updates wheelchair concept

December 3, 2012

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About a decade after his son was paralyzed in an automobile accident, Tim Swenson put a few ideas to work and built an all-terrain wheelchair. Although he was retired, Swenson garnered quite a bit of interest with his invention, so he founded Action Manufacturing and builds two wheelchair models to help people like his son enjoy the outdoors.

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Grinding, polishing, blending in hard-to-reach areas - TheFabricator.com

Grinding, polishing, blending in hard-to-reach areas

December 3, 2012

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Interviews with several tool and accessory manufacturers provide a broad perspective on capabilities for finishing in hard-to-reach areas.

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Bringing new laser cutting, bending capabilities to market - TheFabricator.com

Bringing new laser cutting, bending capabilities to market

December 3, 2012

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After getting a start in the handrail business in 1990, Sharpe Fabrication Inc. relaunched itself in 1994 as Sharpe Products and started to offer general fabrication services. Two of the company’s investments, a free-form bender and a fiber-optic laser machine, reflect the company’s interest in staying abreast of technology developments.

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Inventor, fabricator applies all-terrain concept to wheelchairs - TheFabricator.com

Inventor, fabricator applies all-terrain concept to wheelchairs

December 3, 2012

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About a decade after his son was paralyzed in an automobile accident, Tim Swenson put a few ideas to work and built an all-terrain wheelchair. Although he was retired, Swenson garnered quite a bit of interest with his invention, so he founded Action Manufacturing and builds two wheelchair models to help people like his son enjoy the outdoors.

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