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September 26, 2011
Articulating roller heads can be used to form tubular parts with obstructions
Articulating roller heads from Orbitform Group have rollers that can move inward or outward toward the material to be formed. They can be used to form tubular parts with obstructions.
The orbital power head becomes the transporter of the... Read more...
August 12, 2008
Fastener inspection system discerns force or torque applied to rivets
The Orbitform Group's fastener inspection system identifies cracks, defects, and misforms via pattern recognition. It also indicates if improper force or torque has been applied to rivets—secured by orbital, spin, radial, or impact... Read more...
April 15, 2008
Weld tip inspection system for robotic spot welding introduced
Orbitform Group has introduced the Weld Tip System (WTS) for robotic spot welding. The system inspects spot welding electrodes (tips) and helps ensure that face diameters and general appearance meet acceptance criteria. Incorporating CURE®... Read more...
January 15, 2008
Stand-alone robotic welding cell suitable for both short-run, large-scale production
Marathon Welding Automation offers the Mini-Z personal weld cell as a stand-alone option for short-run shops, or it can be integrated into large-scale production manufacturing operations. With its small footprint, the weld cell is mobile and... Read more...
September 12, 2006
Impact riveter sets solid rivets up to 7/16 in. diameter
Orbitform has introduced the HP2000 hydrapneumatic impact riveter. The 20-ton-capacity riveter available with up to a 24-in. throat autofeeds and quickly sets solid rivets up to 7/16 in. diameter. Other features include single and multiple... Read more...
May 9, 2006
Robotic welding cell designed for small, medium-sized parts
The Z-Weld dual fixed-table robotic welding cell from Marathon Welding Automation is suitable for on small to medium-sized parts. The cell is adaptable to all robot models and welding power supplies and can be preprogrammed to meet specific... Read more...
October 11, 2005
Fastening process smooths, folds material into seamless, solid form
Orbitform has developed a new metal forming and joining process, Rollerforming, that uses multiple rollers mounted on a rotating spindle to gently smooth and fold material into a seamless and solid form. The rollers intersect the workpiece on a... Read more...