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Wednesday, August 16, 2017
 

Fabricating Product News
August 16, 2017
Fabricating Product News
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New CNC Plasma-Cutting Machine
Park Industries, St. Cloud, MN, has introduced the Kano HD CNC plasma-cutting machine, designed to delivers accuracy, productivity and reliability, according to company officials. To ensure a high integration level, Park's thermal cutting machine is configured with a full complement of Hypertherm components Continue Reading
Fiber-Laser Cutter With Integrated Rotary Axis
Bystronic, Inc.'s Bystar Fiber laser cutter can now be equipped with an integrated rotary axis to simplify the laser cutting of tubes. With this upgrade, the operator inserts the tubes to be processed through a hatch on the side of the machine housing or directly through the sliding door on the long side of the machine. Continue Reading
Press Brakes Provide Bending Flexibility
LVD Strippit has added the ToolCell 220/30 Plus and ToolCell 220/40 Plus to its line of ToolCell automated tool-changing press brakes. The new Plus models handle bend lengths of 120 in. and 157 in., deliver to 240 tons of bending force... Continue Reading
New Line Provides More Thick-Turret Tooling Options for AITS Machines
Wilson Tool International introduces its iSeries line of thick-turret tooling, designed to be fully compatible with the Amada ID Tooling System (AITS) tool-management system. Tooling includes HPX (A and B stations), metric-style HP2 (A and B stations), metric-style (C, D and E stations) and Wilson-style (C, D and E stations). Continue Reading
Press Packages for Modular Tooling
Multicyl now offers a full range of standard Press in a Box packages to work with specific tools from the Unipunch product line. Packages are available for A- or B-series tool units, hole punching, tube piercing or notching. Continue Reading
Swiss-Pattern Files for Precision Work
Pferd introduces its Swiss pattern Corinox machinist files designed for high precision work on stainless steels and exotic alloys. The files are available in pillar, half-round, round, three-square and needle configurations, and have a surface hardness of 70 Hrc. Their coated surfaces leave no corrosive residue on the workpieces and effectively resist loading. Continue Reading


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