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February 21, 2013
CD highlights fixturing process, products
Advanced Machine & Eng. Co. (AME) has released an updated Fixturing Solutions CD. Included is a brief fixturing overview and video, along with detailed information about the company's fixturing products and services, links to complete online... Read more...
May 31, 2012
Saw designed for minimum backlash
The AMSAW® line from Advanced Machine & Eng. Co. uses carbide or cermet blades to cut ferrous and nonferrous material, bars, billets, rails, profiles, pipes, and tubes.The compact, rigid design includes hardened spindle gears ground for... Read more...
March 29, 2012
Billet sawing systems feature carbide blades
AMSAW® high-speed production saw machines use carbide blades to cut ferrous and nonferrous pipes, tubes, bars, billets, rails, and profiles.
The machine features a compact, rigid design; hardened spindle gears ground for minimum... Read more...
November 29, 2010
AME completes asset purchase of Metalcut
Advanced Machine & Eng. (AME), a Rockford, Ill.-based manufacturer of machine tool components and auxiliary equipment, has announced the asset purchase of the Metalcut Carbide Saw Division of Centro-Metalcut, also of Rockford, a designer and... Read more...
March 15, 2010
Sawing system designed for both ferrous, nonferrous materials
Advanced Machine & Engineering Co. (AME) offers the AMSAW® S300, a sawing system designed to cut both ferrous and nonferrous materials. It has a capacity of 3 to 12 in. and uses saw blade diameters from 24 to 36 in. The system allows for... Read more...
January 12, 2010
Pneumatic rod lock addresses overtraveling, drifting, bouncing, reverse traveling
Advanced Machine & Eng. Co. has introduced the AMLOK® RLN series power-off pneumatic rod lock to help solve problems of overtraveling, drifting, bouncing, and reverse traveling. The rod lock can be mounted to a NFPA cylinder or as a... Read more...
October 13, 2009
Sawing system cuts ferrous, nonferrous metals
Advanced Machine & Eng. Co. (AME) has announced the introduction of the AMSAW® S300 sawing system, designed to cut ferrous and nonferrous metals. Its capacity is 3 to 12 in., and it uses cermet or carbide-tipped, disposable or regrindable... Read more...
June 9, 2009
Safety catcher stops, locks dropping platens
Sitema has introduced a safety catcher that stops and locks dropping platens on hydraulic presses and other machines. The load is secured by stopping the dropping mass using the weight as a means to wedge the safety catcher against the acting... Read more...
August 12, 2008
Saw blade manufacturer reconditions blades
Advanced Machine & Engineering Co. has published literature about its Speedcut saw blade manufacturing and services. New carbide, cermet, and thin-kerf blades are available, along with complete in-house facilities for sharpening, retipping, and... Read more...
December 11, 2007
Automatic sawing system cuts ferrous, nonferrous materials
The AMSAW® S300 automatic sawing system from Advanced Machine & Engineering Co., designed for cutting ferrous and nonferrous materials, has a capacity of 3 in. to 12 in. and utilizes saw blade diameters from 24 in. to 36 in. A 60-HP/4-kW... Read more...