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BEA Lasers’s low-profile FPL laser diode modules are fitted with two mounting options and offer red or green laser output. Chances are, your application is listed among the industries using them.
Weldcote offers a full line of surface conditioning products for all kinds of metal materials. From ultra-fine finishing to removing rust and paint, the wheels and pads for even hard-to-reach areas are covered in this lineup.
maXYmos TL ML from Kistler delivers 100% testing of devices as well as the manufacturing environments where pharma and medtech products are made. Proof of quality is a liability shield and can also speed the process of bringing innovation to market.
In the HPDC industry, steel selection can be the most costly problem in the supply chain. An Uddeholm expert discusses how to solve the major causes of die failure: heat checking, soldering, erosion and cracking.
Optomec integrates Fanuc LRMate 200 robotic loading with its Huffman line of production 3D metal additive repair machines for high-volume turbine work and myriad industrial applications. Autonomous batch processing expedites cycle times and frees the operator to add value elsewhere.
Siemens has extended its ODB++ data exchange format for a complete end-to-end digital solution covering design, process, and manufacturing information flows. A complete digital twin of the electronics manufacturing flow helps users realize their Smart Factory or Industry 4.0 initiatives.
The Arm-Pull from Industrial Magnetics, Inc. builds on the company’s successful Foot Pull concept this spring – now everyone in your building can reduce germ spread by using their arm to open swing-style doors.
Pemamek’s PEMA FF station safely handles bulky tower sections and, depending on part size, you might not need a crane – and its skilled operator – for these challenging applications. It’s also equipped to accommodate diverse flange designs.
Huntingdon Fusion Techniques HFT developed PurgEye Nano as an entry level, plug-and-play monitor for oxygen level requirements as low as 10ppm. It gives the welders exact oxygen readings inside the pipe so they know when to begin.
Vac-u-Max’s Model 1050 chows down 10,000 lbs per hour of the densest metal debris. Move it around on it’s large wheels and casters to use like a portable vacuum, or convert it easily into a long-distance central system.
Because Walter’s Xtra·tec XT M5130 shoulder milling cutter tackles so many types of operations and materials, owners can cut their tooling and administrative costs. It’s a universal mill that’s useful in the energy industry and die and mold-making.
Compatible with robotics, Teqram’s EasyFlipper uses pneumatically powered tables to turn large, heavy parts upside down in a mere five seconds, a fraction of the time when using cranes and crowbars. Best of all, it takes employees out of harm’s way.
Bystronic Completes First U.S. Assembled Fiber Laser Cutting Machine
Showing the company’s commitment to the North American market, the milestone is magnified by the addition of 8kW and 10kW fiber laser power to the next generation BySmart Fiber 3015. By fall, Bystronic plans to begin assembling its BySmart Fiber 4020 at the same Midwest facility.
3DEO Achieves ISO 9001:2015 with Dynamic Process Control
LA-based company says it’s poised to become the next generation of manufacturing. Their ISO certification took half the usual required timeframe thanks to the factory’s quality production methodology from the beginning.