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Featuring an all-aluminum power distribution panel, lift eyes, fork pockets, and heavy-duty casters, Trystar’s 9 kVA weld rack provides an integrated and portable solution for welding applications.
Mix and match Flexturs welding tables, Gridlok mount systems, and fixture accessories as needed to increase efficiency by eliminating costly and time-consuming jigs. The wheeled workstations are quickly and easily reconfigured and relocated as needed.
Pemamek’s PEMA Skymaster PRO welding positioner enables the operator to preprogram work cycles and handling positions for workpieces weighing up to 39 tons. The control dashboard is managed via any Wi-Fi device.
Three Tweco-brand welding guns from ESAB offer comfortable high-performance operation when working with large-diameter cored, solid, and aluminum wire and long-reach applications.
CenterLine introduces two SoftMount inverted-nut gun configurations for a high-speed fastener welding system that streamlines the process from operator load to finished part, providing higher throughput than standard welding solutions.
ESAB Welding & Cutting Products offers maximum safety and high productivity with its AutoRex system – essentially a cutting system inside its own confined cabin. A shuttle table with dual pallets keeps a new plate always ready for exchange and cutting.
The 1300PL has become the most-used machine at Tormach’s facility. The 65-amp plasma cutter cuts 4-foot-by-4-foot sheets of metal up to 1 inch thick and holds up to 750 pounds, and comes with or without a torch.
Soitaab’s two-in-one Dualine performs both low-cost, high-speed plasma cutting and versatile, accurate waterjet cutting. Users can perform both processes on the same workpiece or use the machine solely a waterjet or solely a plasma cutter.
With a cutting area of 10 feet by 5 feet, 2 inches and a multiaxis cutting head that automatically removes the taper, Omax’s Maxiem 1530 produces clean, precise cuts in common sheet metal plate sizes with room to spare. The waterjet system includes pump and software.
Fiber lasers provide excellent cutting power and speed, but also produce high volumes of very fine particulate that can quickly overwhelm traditional dust collectors. RoboVent’s plug-and-play Senturion is designed specifically for fiber laser cutting.
Prima Power Laserdyne replaces the Laserdyne 780 with the Laserdyne 811, a high-speed fiber laser for cutting, drilling, DED additive manufacturing, and 2D and 3D welding. Extremely compact rotary and tilt axes laser head comes with two-year, unlimited-hour warranty.
VZ10 and VZ20 laser cutters from MC Machinery feature intuitive CNC control with one-touch teach functions that greatly reduce keystrokes, cutting onboarding time for new operators virtually in half.
New On-Demand Learning Center for CNC Programmers
ESPRIT debuts an online, self-paced, learn-anywhere series of e-courses that guide users through numerous machine models and part models to introduce users to different machining processes in ESPRIT.
James Kim Named CEO of Doosan Machine Tools America
With 18 years of director and vice president roles invested in the U.S. operations, Kim has served at Dooson for a total of 37 years. He’s known for establishing trust and building authentic relationships.
Manufacturing Industry Invited to Take Reshoring Survey
AMT and the Reshoring Initiative will use the survey results to identify which processes, products and components face the most pressure from imports and which offer the biggest opportunities to reshore. Part of AMT’s “Rebuilding the Supply Chain” initiative, the survey is open to OEMs, job shops, technology suppliers and distributors through the end of February.