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Stainless/Nickel/Titanium Supplier Installs CTL Line

Wednesday, July 23, 2008
Rolled Alloys, Temperance, MI, a supplier of specialty stainless-steel, nickel-, and titanium-alloy products, has installed a 3/8- by 72-in. cut-to-length line from Red Bud Industries, Red Bud, IL. The line includes an in-line coil-stage and load system, dual stub uncoiler and peeler breaker designed to break the leading edge of heavy-gauge material. A shear-mounted drop stacker with an automatically lowering stack table helps ensure mark-free processing. Learn more about Red Bud’s equipment capabilities at

Bradbury Co. Doubles the Size of its Trim Shop Plant

Wednesday, July 23, 2008
Only a little more than 18 months after opening its plant dedicated to manufacturing trim-shop equipment, the Bradbury CO., Inc., Moundridge, KS, has now doubled the plant’s size, to 40,500 sq. ft. Along with the expansion, Bradbury added a new 13-ft. folding machine to its product line so meet customer requests for a shorter-length hydraulic folder. The firm manufactures rollforming and coil-handling equipment for the metal-construction industry, including Bradbury Long Folders, Panther Cub II slitter/shears, uncoilers and recoilers, hemmers and more;

Dedication to Training and Education
Earn Metal Stamper Recognition

Tuesday, July 22, 2008
E.J. Ajax & Sons, Inc., Minneapolis, MN, has been named a winner of the fourth annual Progressive Manufacturing 50 Awards, a program developed by Managing Automation magazine. E.J. Ajax received its award in the discipline of Training and Education Mastery, one of eight categories included in the awards program. Ajax’s award recognizes “companies that have devised/deployed programs to advance employee knowledge and use of advanced automation and IT technologies on an on-going basis and with demonstrable results,” as well as “companies that have instituted scholarship or other promotional programs to encourage secondary or college-level students to pursue a career in manufacturing, with demonstrable results in those programs.” Learn more about the awards program at; E.J. Ajax is online at


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