Truex Expands Stainless-Steel Capabilities with New Integrated Manufacturing Cell

December 1, 2009

Three transfer presses, a state-of-the-art cleaning line and a bright annealing furnace occupy the new integrated manufacturing cell at Truex Inc., Pawtucket, RI, designed to allow the firm to expand its capabilities to fabricate stainless-steel components.

Truex manufactures deep-drawn and stamped parts—from brass, carbon and stainless steels, and aluminum alloys—for the appliance, plumbing, electrical, automotive and other industries.

Industry-Related Terms: Brass, Bright Annealing, Transfer
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Technologies: Finishing

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