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September 9, 2013
Choosing the correct gas delivery system for metalworking
Whether at a large shipyard or in a small steel fabricating shop, metal fabricators rely on gas products that are delivered and stored in cylinders. From a basic high-pressure cylinder to a large bulk tank, the objective is to have a system in... Read more...
July 16, 2012
An overview of laser cutting technologies
Though the U.S. economy continues to struggle to add jobs, manufacturers are increasing productivity with automation and technology. While faced with tightening capital availability, job shops and OEMs continue to add new capabilities to... Read more...
July 8, 2011
Gas equipment for CO2 laser cutting: A primer
Getting the most out of a CO 2 laser cutting machine requires smart decisions about the gas equipment and usage.
Whether they’ve been through the challenge before or are addressing it for the first time, gas... Read more...
November 25, 2008
Do your welds pass muster?
When competing in a global economy, it pays to weld it right the first time.
Rework and scrap add significant cost to a manufacturer's balance sheet. Missed delivery dates increase customer dissatisfaction and defection. Poor weld quality... Read more...
October 10, 2006
Combining 2-D and 3-D laser applications
Right now at least 4,000 laser job shops in the U.S. are competing in a "virtual" service market that continues to be characterized by downward pricing pressure. Practically speaking, virtual service means that parts can be ordered,... Read more...
October 11, 2005
'Star Wars,' move over: Presenting ... the Job Shop Trilogy
Laser welding is the basis of hybrid laser-arc welding. First flat-sheet bed cutting expanded job shop capabilities. Then multiaxis processing came along. Today, even as the dark side squeezes hard on job shop profits, new opportunities... Read more...