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January 31, 2013
Shorter spring lengths added to line
Anchor Lamina America Inc. has announced the addition of 23 shorter spring length part numbers to Danly IEM's DieMax XL™ springs product line. The 0.75-in. free length was added to the 0.375- and 0.75-in. hole diameters, which includes both the... Read more...
September 24, 2012
More manufacturers announce open house schedules for Manufacturing Day
Several manufacturers have announced their participation in Manufacturing Day, a nationwide event on Oct. 5, 2012, to highlight the importance of manufacturing to the nation’s economy and draw attention to the many rewarding, high-skill jobs... Read more...
September 7, 2012
How to optimize die-set guiding
Die-set guide components must, as their name suggests, guide the tool to the bottom of the press stroke. Properly selected, lubricated, and positioned, they improve tool operation, promote longer component life, and contribute to the... Read more...
August 23, 2012
Die sets, tooling components to be exhibited
Anchor Danly will showcase die sets and tooling components manufactured for the metalworking and plastics injection mold industries at FABTECH 2012.
New to the display is the Cage Stopper end cap, for use when the cage travel required is... Read more...
July 9, 2012
Anchor Danly hires new components technology manager
Anchor Danly, a manufacturer of die sets and tooling components, has hired Steve Noga to the position of components technology manager, based at the Farmington Hills, Mich., office. He is responsible for the technical support of the special... Read more...
February 27, 2012
Danly marks 90 years in business
Danly IEM, Farmington Hills, Mich., is marking its 90th anniversary in business in 2012. The company was founded in 1922 by Robert C. Danly and his son Philo H. Danly to serve diemakers and the metal stamping industry.
The company introduced... Read more...
March 10, 2011
Processing AHSS with rotary bending technology
This rotary bending device has a self-lubricating aluminum bronze liner.
The use of thinner and stronger steel materials, commonly referred to as downgauging, is becoming more and more common within the metal fabricating... Read more...