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February 16, 2012
Chicago Slitter announces staff appointments
Chicago Slitter, Itasca, Ill., a supplier of equipment for coil slitting, blanking, and cut to length, has announced the appointment of two new staff members.
Scott Erickson has been named project engineer. He has achieved five U.S. patents in... Read more...
October 25, 2010
Chicago Slitter to distribute IRON Spa coil processing machinery
Chicago Slitter, Itasca, Ill., has formed a joint-venture partnership with IRON Spa of Mareno di Piave, Italy, to provide cut-to-length lines, press feed equipment, punching/bending production lines, and a patented coil-fed laser processing... Read more...
July 10, 2007
Keeping stainless flawless for appliance stamping, fabrication
Appliances are increasingly being made of stainless steel to satisfy consumers' growing demands for these high-end products. According to the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers (AHAM), the use of stainless steel in home appliances has... Read more...
April 11, 2005
Evaluating in-house coil slitting
As the cost of steel rises and profit margins shrink, small to medium-sized stampers are looking for ways to reduce costs and streamline operations while maintaining quality. One area to consider is the cost of slitting steel. Shops that... Read more...
April 8, 2004
Chicago Slitter names sales engineer
Chicago Slitter, Hosea, Ill., has promoted Mike Bentley to sales engineer. He is responsible for equipment, equipment upgrades, and parts sales. With the company for seven years, Bentley previously served as a project engineer and design... Read more...
November 20, 2003
Handling appliance steel
As appliance manufacturers strive to reduce costs and streamline production processes, additional pressure is placed on coil processing to produce high-quality, surface-sensitive materials. These materials include pre-painted steel... Read more...
August 28, 2003
Protecting surface-sensitive materials in coil processing - Three potential danger areas
The use of surface-sensitive materials is especially prevalent in the automotive industry, which commonly uses galvanized steel. In this industry, metal surfaces that have a high-quality finish are known as automotive-exposed... Read more...
June 6, 2001
Protecting surface-sensitive materials in coil processing
In today's world of metal fabricating, reducing the number of steps in the production process is an ever-increasing trend. Fabricators are becoming more efficient by: Feeding production lines with materials that have been slit to the proper... Read more...