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New Website Describes In-Line Thickness Gauge

Tuesday, November 12, 2002
Original Systems Inc., Dayton, OH, now offers a website,, that describes the T-Gage, an in-line strip-thickness gauge highlighted in the November issue of MetalForming, p. 32. Included are specifications, photos and a rundown of advantages for metalformers employing the gauge. From the site, visitors can request additional information.

Industrial-Roll Fabricator Names Sales Agent
for North American Auto Market

Tuesday, November 12, 2002
FKM-USA, Glenwood, IL, the North American division of FKM-Walzentechnik, Duisburg, Germany, and Industry Scope, LLC, Grand Blanc, MI, have entered into an agreement assigning Industry Scope as the FKM-USA sales agent for the North American automotive industry. FKM is a fabricator of industrial roll products. FKM rolls are configured for diverse automotive applications: providing support for tailor-welded blank systems; as wash rolls within sheetmetal blank washers and as tensioning rolls for steel mills and toll processors. The FKM product line includes nonwoven roll covers, lightweight carbon-fiber roll-core technologies and patented rotary-cast polyurethane rolls. Industry Scope provides business knowledge, strategic business consultation and training, marketing communications and direct sales representation. For more, visit and

New Website for Buying, Selling
Coiled Strip and Wire

Friday, November 8, 2002
A new online service, is advertised as “a new to buy and sell continuous-coiled metal strip and wire.” The service gives sellers an organized to post surplus materials, and provides buyers with a searchable database of materials that are ready to ship. The only charge is a processing fee to the buyer when a purchase is made. Included on the site are most ferrous and nonferrous materials, according to service officials.


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