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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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Brooklyn Iron Works had tried MIG consumables from Bernard years before and didn’t think they were the right fit for their application. But, after keeping an open mind and agreeing to a second trial, their reduced downtime and costs eventually led the structural fabricator to convert all of their MIG guns and consumables over to Bernard.
Christer Richt of Sandvik Coromant examines how a new innovative cutting tool concept elevates hole-making performance in steel.
A staple in machine shops across the industry, 798 Electronic Slide Calipers from The L. S. Starrett Company remain among the top instruments in measurement and inspection value. Here’s why.
Bradley’s is one shop that refuses to limit its part processing capabilities by using a cutting tool only for its intended machining operation. Working with Seco Tools, the shop always considers how a tool might apply to other cutting procedures – with some pretty dramatic results.
Small changes in sawing can yield significant time and cost savings. Here are some ways to avoid unnecessary expenses by understanding the true cost of your operation.
Stop Pushing and Start Pulling: When it comes to sales, push is the problem, perhaps the biggest problem those in sales face today. Here are six important ways to pull customers to you.
Shane Simpson of TRUMPF examines why your overall costs are determined by time and secondary operations when cutting with nitrogen assist, and why N2 cutting of gage material should be done on a solid state laser if or a high powered CO2 laser.
Utility Player: Phil La Duke explores how human factors engineering is used to find the perfect balance of the concurrent priorities between manual labor productivity and worker health and safety.
Regis Geisler of Lincoln Electric explains how a supplier of nuclear-grade welding consumables can know whether or not they are in compliance with Title 10 and the requirements of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
Randy Pearson of Siemens Industry explains why less time needed for operators to program at the machine means more uptime on the machine.
Tomorrow is Here: Mike Riley reports on how EBDM could be the mother lode that Uncle Sam is searching for to improve the value of the F-35 fighter while other additive technologies are making impacts in medicine, in electronics, in the arts, and even in the home.
And what drives machining growth? Aerodyn Engineering uses intuitive 5-axis CAM software from OPEN MIND Technologies that “gets it.”
New Sunrise Warranty at Trilogy Machinery
Sunrise Ironworkers’ U.S. distributor now warranties ironworkers and punching machine parts to three years and one year on labor.
Backlog of Orders Index Grows To All-Time High
The manufacturing economy continued its recovery in March, according to Institute for Supply Management’s March 2021 ‘Manufacturing ISM Report On Business.’ Backlogs are growing, as are raw materials inventories and exports and imports.
Recovery Takes Hold: February U.S. Manufacturing Technology Orders Increase Almost 18% Over January
Totaling $377.6 million, February’s latest orders represent a 32.2% increase year over year, according to AMT’s report. Oil and gas surprised with an uptick, and medical equipment’s rise likely resulted from hospitals catching up on elective procedures.