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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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The Franklin plant of mining equipment manufacturer Joy Mining increased productivity and reduced costs in their bit block assembly by converting to automated welding systems from Lincoln Electric.
Parents, schools and private industry can play a key role in better equipping our students for life after school and the full pursuit of the American dream. Nick Peterson of Miller Electric discusses the need to reform the way we think of secondary education and the path it leads to for our children and students.
As the next natural progression in the evolution of mechanized plasma cutting, Jim Colt of Hypertherm explains how many shops are changing the roles of their programmers and the operators by switching to integrated CNC plasma cutting systems that draw more expertise from the CAM database to achieve cut consistency, increased productivity and lower cutting costs.
Delivering the right size and style of filler metal packaging on a timely basis contributes meaningfully to overall efficiency. Tim Hensley of Hobart Brothers explains how to assess your current filler metal usage to determine if you have the most appropriate size to support your production goals.
Efficient mini-drag machines from Rosler Metal Finishing USA provide superior finishes and precise, repeatable processes ideally suited for a wide range of components from propellers and golf-clubs to artificial joints and dental implants.
New tools from Brush Research Manufacturing are designed primarily for deburring, edge blending and surface finishing in hard materials like carbide, ceramic and aerospace steel alloys and can easily be integrated into automated machinery, CNC machining centers, transfer lines and robotic cells.
The ACS + CFMcurve integrated sawing and machining center from Rattunde simultaneously machines each workpiece end, using 12 independent servo-controlled axes to do machining options that include threading, boring, profile turning, grooving, radius edges and angled chamfering.
By merging the engineering discipline, process control and business acumen of W. Edwards Deming to the practical world of employee protection, Phil La Duke of Rockford Greene International introduces some profound principles of worker safety that are an absolute must for manufacturers.
As more job shops invest in this technology to meet customer demands, many discover that the learning curve leaves them wondering where to begin. Brian Litherland of TRUMPF shares some simple insights that will save them time, money and increase their productivity on the laser.
To avoid hydrogen-induced cracking, the hydrogen level in the welding filler material must be restricted to a certain maximum level. What exactly is the method for measuring the hydrogen content of a carbon steel weld filler material?
Randy Pearson of Siemens Industry explains why the great news for every job shop and captive department is that communication between the machine and the plant network is faster today than ever before.
Still reluctant to automate your press brakes? Here are some reasons why it is time to rethink this while you still can, because the latest robotic automation has proven it can reduce your part costs and level the playing field with foreign competition.
Star Cutter Expands Tool Offering with 3D-Printing Capability
Star Cutter Co., in alliance with its strategic partner Neher Group, has announced the availability of 3D-printed PCD monoblock tool bodies and chip deflectors in which the 3D-printed bodies are integrated with the holder interface to create a single robust tool.
Fabtech Announces Plans to Return to Chicago’s McCormick Place in September 2021
After in-person events came to a halt due to the pandemic, the large-scale manufacturing trade show Fabtech will return to McCormick Place in Chicago, September 13-16.