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At Fabricating & Metalworking, we know the importance of showing and not telling – and that’s why we have a vast library of videos showing how important pieces of equipment operate. See the latest videos added to our site, or browse our archives by process zone.
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Multicyl’s Press in a Box and MultiPunch Linear Rail work together to add versatility to tooling applications and press solutions.
The design of the Norton FAB (fixed abrasive puff) wheel from Saint-Gobain Abrasives enables less-expensive, cleaner, and safer buffing. The tear-resistant, waterproof, and durable wheel lasts longer than traditional cotton buffs.
PurgElite from Huntingdon Fusion Techniques HFT tube and pipe purging systems help welders quickly achieve a clean, oxide-free, zero-color weld. Manufactured for diameters from 1 in to 24 in (25 mm to 600 mm), their integral gas feed device eliminates complicated valving for the operator to adjust and set.
Simulation and automated functions expedite commissioning new press feeding lines from COE Press Equipment. User-friendly interface and 10-in touchscreen simplify entry of machine setup information as well as troubleshooting.
Automatic Feed’s three new models handle many material types as well as a range of widths, thicknesses and yield strengths. Gearboxes powered by AC servo-driven motors help achieve high precision and accuracy.
6K’s UniMelt microwave plasma platform converts recycled material into premium powder. The technology processes almost any metal type, alloy, or ceramic feedstock, which means any alloy that’s machined has the potential to become powder.
With weight offset by double-acting motion, AOV-10 produces desired finish regardless of orientation – even if it’s upside down. And because it’s automated, employees are protected from the dangers associated with manual operations.
The company adds to its award-winning Co-act (collaborative actuator) gripper line with the EGH, which provides a stroke length of 3.15 in (80 mm) and 100 newtons of clamping force. The EGH 80 is designed for Universal Robots products, but Schunk will expand to include other robot manufacturers.
The increasing demands placed on cutting technology are leading to an increased need for more advanced machine tools. Engineers in Germany have automated a magazine capable of storing and deploying up to 9,000 tools using PC-based control, EtherCAT, and dynamic motion control.
New CAM software enables an array of flexible options for DED and WAAM.
Programmable press attachment does everything by itself, freeing employees to work on more complex tasks.
There are no installation costs with BotX Welder from Hirebotics, and shops pay only for the hours the system actually welds, thereby enabling them to hire and fire BotX as their business needs dictate.
Steel Industry Calls For Infrastructure in Next Stimulus Bill
Five major steel industry groups are urging Congress to put infrastructure investment in the next phase of COVID-19 stimulus legislation. “A staggering backlog of substandard bridges,” they say, presents substantial opportunity for putting the country back to work.
Protect Manufacturing Operations from Cyberattack During COVID-19
Early reports indicate an uptick in cybersecurity attacks during the global coronavirus pandemic. A manufacturing innovation hub is presenting a free webinar to help companies protect networks, systems, and data.
‘No Shortage of Work’ – COVID-19 Causing Some Productivity Decline, But Factories Still Producing
MachineMetrics data indicates Automotive slips to No. 4 in machine utilization as Aerospace moves to top position. While average machine utilization drops 2.2 points, the company reports Medical Device and Aerospace Defense sectors are showing upticks.