Jorgensen Conveyors (Mequon, WI) announced the recent purchase and installation of two new pieces of manufacturing equipment purchased from Bystronic, Inc. (Elgin, IL): a 250 ton press brake and 3 kW fiber laser. Both of these machines feature the latest in laser cutting and bending technologies, as well as controls that seamlessly integrate with Solidworks 3D CAD Software. “This significant investment of nearly $1 million will greatly increase our capacity for growth and support our on-going commitment to quality and competitive pricing for our customers,” said John D’Amico, the co-principal and director of sales and marketing for Jorgensen. “Now is the best time ever for both existing and new customers to talk to us about their chip conveyor, coolant filtration, chip processing and metal working parts and scrap handling requirements.”
Combilift and Author Join Forces on New Kids’ Book
Award-winning Combilift and award-winning author, Emer Conlon, have produced a children’s storybook that features forklift heroes and teaches important values. The ‘combi-nation’ has the added benefit of educating young kids and their parents about the company’s equipment and the material handling industry.
ARCH Cutting Tools Takes Top Place in ANCA Competition
A complex, multifunctional tool measuring an inch in diameter with a long functional cutting length, the ARCH tool checked every box to win the prestigious ANCA Tool of the Year 2020.