On a cost per square foot of cutting basis, circular carbide saws come out on top.
A review of some of the latest technologies in sawing systems that can reduce your operating costs, improve your part quality, and increase your shop profitability.
By utilizing an advanced design of billet-cutting saw from Advanced Machine & Engineering, Clifford-Jacobs Forging Company realized faster throughput on its billet blank preparation, with a high degree of accuracy and an anticipated 20-year service life – all without major rebuilding.
Don Armstrong of Marvel Manufacturing explains how new advances in programmable bandsaw controls are so easy to use that even a novice operator can be confident the saw is performing at maximum efficiency.
Ron Saxon and David Rosing of Simonds International reveal the top five sawing mistakes . . . and how to prevent them.
Joe Purtle has been promoted to vice president of engineering for the saw manufacturer.
The Minnesota facility is the first of three U.S. regional support centers that will open in 2016.
Mike Anderson is their new product manager of saw systems, and Kevin Trowell is their Southeastern regional sales manager.
Here is some of the latest metal forming and fabrication equipment to help your shop become more competitive.
The Advanced Feed System from Scotchman increases productivity, decreases set-up time, reduces operator error and eliminates waste by turning a semi-automatic machine into a fully automatic production machine.
Continental Series DC-280SA, DC-330SA, DC-500SA, DC-560SA and DC-800SA high production, semi-automatic horizontal band saws by DoALL are perfect for shops that need a high production band saw, but have operations that do not require indexing or automatic cutting cycles.