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June 29, 2009
Reusing waterjet cutting abrasive
Abrasive recycling systems allow fabricators to use the material several times. Tough economic conditions are making it hard for many metal fabricators to stay competitive. Ideas that will help save money and resources are welcome in any... Read more...
April 14, 2009
Putting out fires, the lean way
Crimson Fire managers have transformed the build-to-order shop floor from a traditional batch operation to one based on lean manufacturing.
Randon Bernards needs to fill jobs, fast. The fabrication technical lead at Crimson... Read more...
February 12, 2008
Waterjet makes it into the mainstream
An OMAX waterjet performs precision cutting. Today precision waterjet cutting often can eliminate secondary finishing operations.
Abrasive waterjet cutting could be on the cusp of something big. For years metal fabricators viewed it as... Read more...
December 11, 2007
Waterjet purchase becomes watershed moment
Allright Tool Co. is a woman-owned, family-operated machine shop in Birmingham, Ala. Founded by the Whittingtons in their basement in 1972, the shop began by taking on odd jobs for a large steel company. Over the next 30 years, the shop grew... Read more...
September 11, 2007
Fabrication in transition
Arcadia's five-axis waterjet cutting machine allowed the company to provide a service that other nearby metal supply houses didn't offer. As a result, the company developed a reputation as a fabricator of large, 3-D stainless steel and aluminum... Read more...