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Redesigned Website Offers Tooling Solutions

Tuesday, May 9, 2006
De-Sta-Co, Madison Heights, MI, has launched its redesigned website at The site features the firm’s array of workholding, automation and electric products. It also houses an Engineering Resource Center, highlighting sales and distribution, service and support, training and other services. Users can search for products by part number, product category or model number, and can easily locate a local distributor. A 3D CAD library allows engineers to configure an individual 3D model from the firm’s wide range of clamps, grippers, slides, rotaries, tool changers and feed escapements.

Rockford Toolcraft Expands, Again

Monday, May 8, 2006
While celebrating its 30th anniversary, Rockford Toolcraft Inc., Rockford, IL, a tool-and-die and metal-stamping company, has announced its 17th building expansion. Its new 30,000-sq.-ft. addition gives the firm a total of 275,000 sq. ft. in two buildings. The expansion will soon house two giant Verson stamping presses that will run together end to end for a combined tonnage of 4400 tons and a left-to-right bed length of 27 ft. Providing material to the presses will be a new Feed Lease (Rochester Hills, MI) coil line capable of feeding high-strength steel to 0.50-in. thick by 60 in. wide. The building addition will also house a new tempering furnace, from BeaverMatic, Inc., Rockford, IL.

Double-Loop Slitting Line Headed to Berlin Metals

Friday, May 5, 2006
To boost its processing and distribution capabilities for tin-mill products and stainless-steel strip, Berlin Metals LLC, Hammond, IN, has ordered a 60-in.-wide double-loop coil-slitting and automatic slit-coil packaging line from Braner USA, Franklin Park, IL. The line, which accommodates rapid tool changes, can operate at speeds to 1200 ft./min to generate coil ODs to 72 in. It was designed to process surface-critical coated and bare carbon steel, 300- and 400-Series stainless steels, and aluminum alloys from 0.005 to 0.075 in. thick.


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