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.
Southeast Asia has become an important growth market for their sawing systems.
The steel producer for the tool, mold and die industry uses two semi-automatic Behringer saws for cutting large forged steel parts.
Matt Medeiros is now responsible for sales of bandsaw systems in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia and Florida.
The fully automated TigerSaw 2000 cross‐cutting saw system from TigerStop is ideal for cutting aluminum extrusions, solid and hollow tube and pipe, and pack sawing.
Hyd-Mech shows how to increase flexibility and improve efficiency in general purpose sawing with the S-23A Automatic Horizontal Pivot Band Saw.
HE&M Saw will feature the VT120HA-60-TS vertical metal cutting bandsaw that uses a 1-1/4 in x 16 ft 6 in x .042 in blade, with a 4 deg blade cant, powered by a 5 hp motor.