Spotlight on Suppliers
Fabricating & Metalworking’s supplier profiles share what inspires industry leaders to innovate and assist you in taking your job shop to the next level.
Suppliers have unique stories to tell.
Each issue of Fabricating & Metalworking includes a profile showcasing metalworking industry suppliers’ products and services and how they address your challenges, as well as their philosophies on customer service, their histories, and their plans for the future.
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The embodiment of TRUMPF is the ability to integrate its high-quality machine tools with its high-quality lasers to build machines that enhance their customers’ competitiveness.
Mazak’s continuous investments into the development of new products ensures the company is not only a machine tool manufacturer but a total solutions provider.
Leading developer of robotic accessories and robot arm tooling solutions is well suited to serve the emerging robotic surgical and electric vehicle markets.
Dynabrade wants customers to think of the company as trusted advisers. The company is not just selling tools but is building long-term relationships and providing solutions to customers’ greatest challenges.
While metal tube processing is at the core of the BLM Group’s solutions, its expertise and in-depth knowledge of metal processing has led to a portfolio that includes flat sheet laser cutting systems, 5-axis laser cutting systems and more.
CAMBRIO aims to help shape the future of manufacturing and assist its customers in meeting changes head on. CAMBRIO’s brands, including SigmaNEST, comprise a diverse set of smart end-to-end design and manufacturing software solutions. The acquisition by Sandvik allows CAMBRIO to collaborate with the Sandvik family and put those resources to work for the benefit of customers.
aPriori’s cost-estimating software can benefit
1. engineers designing parts,
2. companies outsourcing the manufacture of parts, and
3. contract manufacturers bidding on jobs. For all three types of users, the software offers quick, accurate, money-saving analysis.
IMI has expanded through the years by increasing the variety of its products, by entering additional industries, and by acquiring other companies, including Walker Magnetics.
There will always be economic uncertainties that the best planning can’t predict. The past two years have taught us that. For welding shops, the ability to partner with a supplier such as ABICOR BINZEL USA, which provides outstanding products and industry expertise, as well as the ability to adapt to fast moving trends, goes a long way toward keeping your operations in motion and your customers happy.
Radwell International serves many industries by offering three types of industrial electronics: new, surplus, and repaired.
Robots used in arc welding processes have been the best-selling product line for the Motoman Robotics Division of Yaskawa America Inc. (Yaskawa Motoman) The division’s leadership has its eye on rapidly growing categories such as the need for traceability of parts in the automotive industry.
IMCO Software Presents Plan360 at Chicago’s IMTS Tradeshow
Manufacturing planning application provides a robust solution to supply chain and demand and capacity planning challenges.
New Machine Tutorial Video Series from GROB Systems
“Machine Minutes with GROB” videos provide step-by-step instructions for effective use of machines.