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December 3, 2012
Ironworker basics: Cut it clean
For a clean cut, the ironworker’s blade can’t be dull. Other factors include rake angle, blade gap, and available tonnage. Photo courtesy of Scotchman.
The ironworker is the Swiss army knife of metal fabrication. It... Read more...
November 8, 2011
Electric press brakes bend fast--and safely
All-electric press brakes take hydraulics out of the equation.
For years press brakes have undergone a gradual transition from mechanical to hydraulic and, finally, electric. Several types of all-electric press brakes have... Read more...
January 27, 2009
Cutting with an industry workhorse
Much has changed in the fabrication shop over the years, but not the need for ironworkers. With little fuss or fanfare, these industry workhorses have punched, notched, sheared, and coped metal for decades.
Although mechanical versions still... Read more...
May 10, 2005
The ABCs of CNC
This full ironworker has an X-Y coordinate CNC punch positioning table and a CNC plate feeding and measuring system. In today's production shops, time is critical, and money—whether it's how much of it you make or what you invest... Read more...
April 6, 2004
New bends in the roll
Editor's Note: Allan Flamholz is now president and founder of Trilogy Machinery, Belcamp, Md., the U.S. distributor for ROUNDO in the U.S. as of July 2009. COMEQ Inc., White Marsh, Md., remains a source for roll bending equipment and expertise... Read more...