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Canadian Machinery Builder Expands

Wednesday, March 25, 2009
 
Burlington Automation, Burlington, Ontario, Canada, a designer and builder of automatic CNC metal-fabricating equipment, tube-finishing equipment and material-handling systems, has moved to a larger facility. With 30 percent more space then its previous location, the firm also enjoys higher crane capacity and a new demonstration and testing center. Learn more at www.burlingtonautomation.com.


Specialty-Glass Manufacturer Launches
Contract Waterjet-Cutting Business

Wednesday, March 25, 2009
 
Last fall, glass fabricator Bendheim Corp., Passaic, NJ, announced the addition of a new large-capacity waterjet-cutting machine, from Flow Intl., Kent, WA, to its stable of machines. Now Bendheim is using its new machine to launch a new contract waterjet-cutting service for fabricators of a variety of materials—metal-alloy sheet and plate as well as composites, glass and ceramics. The machine’s dynamic cutting head allows precision cutting of complex shapes and curves, and its worktable handles material to 72 by 144 in. Learn more at www.bendheim.com.

Pacific Press Launches Remanufacture/Rebuild Program

Tuesday, March 24, 2009
 
Pacific Press Technologies, Mt. Carmel, IL, has launched its Productivity Enhancement Program (PEP), designed to update older hydraulic presses, press brakes and shears. PEP services include remanufacturing, rebuilding or re-powering equipment—from Pacific Press and other suppliers--to increase speed, accuracy and productivity. Add-on equipment available for modernizing machines includes updated electronics, multi-axis backgauging, electrical upgrades, and light curtains and guards. The firm’s service personnel perform most of the work at the existing machine site, typically in 12-14 weeks. Learn more at www.pacific-press.com.

 

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