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December 3, 2012
Grinding, polishing, blending in hard-to-reach areas
One of your customers calls to ask you to bid on a product currently in development. You’ve already been doing quite a few programs that involve bending tube and welding it to make subassemblies for his company, so he wants you to take on... Read more...
May 1, 2012
Are cordless hand tools ready for metal fabricating?
In a 2009 survey done by power tool manufacturer Metabo, cordless power tool users rated long battery service life and work time per charge right behind tool durability as features most desired in a new tool. With advancements... Read more...
January 10, 2012
Automating the deburring process
Finding a deburring machine that can fit into your fabrication scheme seamlessly can increase productivity.
Manual deburring processes have been around for years, and the people who are good at them are regarded for their expertise,... Read more...
April 13, 2010
Industrial hand-held grinding and surface finishing — A primer on brush and mirror finishing
A Satin Finish Protected From the Weather Finishing stainless steel, aluminum, and other nonferrous metals presents many challenges. Having the right equipment and following the appropriate steps not only produce the desired results, they... Read more...
April 1, 2010
How to make grinding safer and more productive
Figure 1 Besides the standard personal protective equipment for hands, eyes, and ears, an operator should be given the right grinder and abrasive for the job. Photo courtesy of CS Unitec. Even people who sell hand power tools for a living... Read more...
July 10, 2003
Fabricating technology advancements drive new plate finishing trends
As cutting, welding, and other fabrication processes evolve and new materials emerge to meet these requirements, finishing processes have had to become a nimble dance partner to the whirlwind of change or get caught up in it. Producing... Read more...
October 12, 2002
Sanding Machine Finishes the Job
AMS Corporation, a miscellaneous-metals fabricator in Taunton, Mass., recently took on a large project for Olin College of Engineering, a new institution of higher learning near Boston. The project called for fabricating about 1,500 feet... Read more...