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February 18, 2013
Amada to acquire Miyachi
As Amada Machine Tools Co. Ltd., Kanagawa, Japan, has announced plans to acquire 100 percent ownership of Miyachi Corp., Tokyo, by making a takeover bid, which has been approved by the Miyachi board of directors.
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January 22, 2013
Miyachi Unitek appoints president/CEO
Miyachi Unitek Corp. (MUC), a manufacturer of welding equipment and laser systems in Monrovia, Calif., has named David Fawcett as president and CEO. For the past two years, he served as COO of Miyachi Europe Corp. (MEC).
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September 24, 2012
Laser cutting system enables 3-D cut paths
Miyachi Unitek Corp. offers the Sigma five-axis fiber laser cutting system, a technology that enables 3-D cut paths. The system features high-speed, high-precision, position-based firing laser power control which accommodates multilinear and... Read more...
June 18, 2012
Fiber laser makes fast, deep marks
Miyachi Unitek Corp. has introduced the new 50-W LMF5000 ytterbium (Yb) fiber laser marker, which makes fast, deep marks on aluminum, tool steel, copper, brass, and graphite. Applications include high-speed marking, engraving, and deep... Read more...
July 26, 2010
Resistance soldering power supply replaces previous model, has enhanced features
Miyachi Unitek Corp. has introduced the Uniflow3 power supply for resistance soldering, heat sealing, and conductive adhesive bonding applications. It replaces the Uniflow2 power supply and features hardware improvements, new process control... Read more...
September 9, 2009
Miyachi Unitek opens Laser Applications Lab in the Midwest
Miyachi Unitek has announced the opening of its new Midwest Laser Applications Lab. The new facility enables the company to work with customers and prospects to conduct sample evaluations and produce applications reports outlining results... Read more...
June 9, 2009
In-die spot welding controls reduce weld time
Miyachi Unitek midfrequency inverter spot welding controls can be integrated into assembly processes using progressive dies, inline presses, or transfer presses, enabling users to bypass a secondary operation for attaching fasteners, studs, and... Read more...
May 12, 2009
Fiber laser markers cut copper, steel, and aluminum up to 0.02 in. thick
In addition to marking and engraving metals, Miyachi Unitek's LMF series fiber laser markers can make fine, high-quality cuts in copper, steel, and aluminum up to 0.02 in. thick. This capability enables cost-effective prototyping of lead frame... Read more...
April 15, 2008
Making the right choices for laser welding
An Nd:YAG laser performs seam welding of steel tube components.
This article is adapted in part from Mark Rodighiero, "Putting It Together: Laser Welding Systems," presented at FABTECH® Intl. & AWS Welding Show, Nov. 11-14, 2007,... Read more...
August 8, 2007
Gaining control of resistance welding
"Running blind" is an expression that can be applied to resistance welding operations throughout the manufacturing world. Many engineers and operators have no clear information on what is actually occurring during the weld or a means to verify... Read more...
August 7, 2007
Resistance welding inverters features quick rise times
The ISA-4000CR large-scale inverter for resistance welding, from Miyachi Unitek Corp., can produce 4,000 amps primary. It has five feedback modes, NEMA-style enclosure, built-in weld monitoring, a communications package, and a force control... Read more...
July 10, 2007
Resistance welding inverter suitable for projection welding
Miyachi Unitek Corp. has introduced the ISA-2000CR resistance welding inverter. The inverter includes five feedback modes, a NEMA-style enclosure, built-in weld monitoring, a communications package, and a force-control option. Suitable for... Read more...
October 23, 2003
Pinpointing future laser welding markets
While some laser welding equipment manufacturers are thriving right now, others still fight a battle as old as the technology itself—gaining acceptance for equipment that carries a hefty initial price tag (albeit one that can... Read more...