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Cut-To-Length Lines: Articles

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Cut-To-Length Lines: Industry News

Hilco Completes Sale of S&S Steel Assets

Assets sold through the auction were coil slitting lines, coil cut-to-length lines, laser and plasma cutters, Cincinnati shears, and flatbed trailers. 

Samuel Expands New Tennessee Facility

The $62 million investment will build a 200,000 sq ft facility with two blanking lines and a slitting line.

United Performance Metals Adds Slitter to West Coast Facility

United Performance Metals' West Coast facility recently installed 12 in wide slitter capable of processing coils ranging in thickness from .015 in to .125 in.
The new line reduces their lead times on heavier gauge slit stainless steel and nickel alloys.

 

Cut-To-Length Lines: Products

Fabtech 2013: Coil Processing, Press Room Equipment

The Fully Automated CNC Programmable Slitting Head from Red Bud Industries. 
A look at some of the coil handling systems, cut-to-length lines, slitting lines, hydroforming, stamping presses and other press room equipment exhibited on the show floor at McCormick Place in Chicago on November 18-21.

Coil Handling Lines for Metal Stampers

A Space-Saver Coil Feed Line from CHS Automation.
CHS Automation/Pneumatic Feed Service displays an assortment of coil handling lines for metal stampers, including advanced servo feed rolls, straighteners, coil reels, cradles, air feeds and other equipment. 

Laser Blanking Line

With no restrictions of the blank’s contours, the tryout process is greatly accelerated and allows for a wide range of shape production. The blank’s contours can be optimized while production is going, resulting in high output rates and tremendous flexibility. In addition to optimized blank nesting, the amount of scrap and material costs are reduced. There is also a noticeable decrease in noise emissions, reducing the need for noise protection measures.
The new laser blanking line from Schuler Incorporated combines cutting-edge laser methods with continuous coil feeding for maximum performance and flexibility, utilizing DynamicFlow Technology that is energy efficient and can process a variety of materials such as high-strength steels, with repeat accuracy and edge quality. The new line cuts blanks from a continuously fed aluminum coil. Using three laser heads in parallel, this blanking line can cut blanks with a thickness of 0.8 mm to 3 mm and a width of up to 2,150 mm.