The ShopJet from Koike Aronson Ransome (Arcade, NY) uses the same foundational tabletop design as the company’s ShopPro plasma/oxy-fuel cutting machine. Equipped with FlashCut Pro CAD/CAM/CNC software, KMT Waterjet Systems ultrahigh-pressure pump, and H2O Jet Integral Diamond Eductor (IDE) cutting head, the affordable waterjet cutter cuts ferrous and non-ferrous metals up to 2 inches thick with 0.0015-inch repeatability.
The ShopJet has a smaller footprint than other machines in its class, enabling it to fit into shops of all sizes. Three models – the SJ-44, SJ-48, and SJ-510 – are 79, 127, and 151 inches wide, respectively; and 71, 71, and 83 inches long. Cutting areas are 4 feet by 4 feet, 4 feet by 8 feet, and 5 feet by 10 feet. Direct-drive rack-and-pinion system provides traverse speed of 750 inches per minute (IPM).
Made in the U.S., the machine comes with a two-year warranty and free phone support for life.
AIDA-America’s 300-Ton Servo Press Increases Productivity at Graham Stamping
AIDA-America Corp. (Dayton, OH) provided Graham Stamping Co. (Hermitage, PA) with a 300-ton unitized frame servo press, the DSF-N2-3000 press.
Beckwood Delivers Hydraulic and Servo-Electric Presses to Supplier of Solid-State Batteries
Beckwood Press Co. (St. Louis, MO) has delivered a 500-ton, 4-post hydraulic press and a 50-ton servo-electric press to a U.S. manufacturer of solid-state batteries.
ATI Industrial Automation Acquired by Novanta
As of August 31, ATI Industrial Automation (Apex, NC) was officially purchased by Novanta Inc. (Bedford, MA). Novanta provides laser systems, vision systems, and motion-control components to manufacturers of medical equipment and advanced industrial equipment.