Latest Video

Upcoming Events

Upcoming events for Metalforming Magazine!

Free E-Newsletters

Sent bi-weekly to inform you of happenings within the metalforming industry.

SIGN UP HERE

Start receiving newsletters and gain access to all content throughout the site.

 
 

Hot Off the Press



SHARE:  

Multi-Blanking Cut-to-Length Line
Headed for German Service Center

Monday, June 03, 2002
 
Fagor Arrasate, Mondragon, Spain (and with U.S. sales and service in Bensenville, IL), will supply a complete multi-blanking cut-to-length line to T.E., a steel-service center in western Germany. The line will process coils to 50,000 lb. and 80-in. wide, of sheet to 0.16-in. thick. It will be able to slit and shear three simultaneous blanks up to 30 ft. long at up to 300 ft./min. Included is a floor-level coil car, uncoiler capable of over- and underwinding, dual peeler blades, driven pinch rolls, scrap shear with automatic scrap disposal, six-hi leveler, precision slitter head with quick-locking tooling, scrap baler, loop tables, mechanical shear and dual electromagnetic stackers.

Four New Dieffenbacher Metalforming Websites

Monday, June 03, 2002
 
For information on the firm’s presses, log on to www.dieffenbacher.com, including the firm’s customer magazine and press releases. Its robotic automation systems for press and production lines can be found at www.dieffenbacher-automation.de. View information describing transfer technology, walking beams, blank loaders, stackers, die-change carts and conveyors at www.asa-automation.de. And, tools for bending, trimming, punching, and stamping, as well as die cushions and welding systems take the stage at www.karle-jung.de.

Sharon Tube Company is Expanding

Friday, May 31, 2002
 
With its new electric resistance-weld mill, capable of producing large outside diameters and heavier walls, Sharon Tube Company, Sharon, PA, will offer improved product quality and the ability to produce tubing in a variety of steel grades. The mill will be installed at the firm’s existing EAW facility in Niles, OH, and should be operational by March 2003. Specifically designed to produce redraw hollows for the firm’s cold draw operations, as well as other tubular products, the mill will include inline nondestructive testing.

 

Visit Our Sponsors