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Amada America, Inc.

Since its inception, Amada America, Inc. has provided manufacturers with innovative, productivity-enhancing sheet metal machines, including both fiber and CO2 lasers, turret punch presses, press brakes, automation systems, and software. We accomplish this by carefully listening to the voice of our customers and engineering machine solutions that solve their sheet metal fabrication needs. Additionally, Amada supports its customers with high-tech facilities throughout the U.S. that provide custom machine demonstrations, advanced technical training, and R&D for new manufacturing processes. The parent company, Amada Co. Ltd. has subsidiaries in Japan, North America, Europe, Africa and Oceania. Including its subsidiaries and affiliates, the Amada Group is composed of approximately 80 companies that have established Amada as the global leader in the engineering and manufacturing of advanced metal working solutions.

High-Precision Fiber Processing of Thin-to-Thick Materials


The new ENSIS AJ uses Amada's proprietary fiber laser technology to process both thin and thick materials without a cutting lens change or manual setup. The 2kW fiber engine incorporates Amada's ENSIS Technology that optimizes the laser mode and Beam Parameter Product (BPP) based on the material thickness being processed. The ENSIS AJ achieves high-speed cutting in thin material, a key capability of fiber technology, and the ability to process thick plate — a capability only achievable with 4kW CO2 technology.

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Recent Content on TheFabricator.com for Amada America, Inc.

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April 27, 2016
The sheet metal bending department evolves
As cutting productivity rises to unprecedented levels, fabricators tackle their next bottleneck: bending. Today, panel benders, folders, and press brakes with automated tool changing are expanding forming possibilities and making new levels of bending productivity possible.
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April 22, 2016
El láser de fibra funciona de manera eficiente
El LCG 3015 AJ de Amada es un sistema de corte con láser de fibra de alta velocidad que usa alrededor de una tercera parte de la electricidad...
Spanishproduct
March 8, 2016
El láser de fibra corta latón, cobre, titanio
Amada desarrolló la LCG 3015 AJ de 2 kW con tecnología de láser de fibra que ayuda a lograr la Expansión de la Gama de Procesos (PRE, por sus...
Article
December 1, 2015
Press brake training: Passing the torch
Southern Metalcraft Inc.’s press brake veteran will be retiring at the end of 2016, and he is now passing the torch to someone who never worked on a press brake until 2009. So how did the rookie learn so quickly? Technical aptitude plays a role. But more important than that, the veteran and rookie get along and just work well together.
Video
October 28, 2015
Amada: Unlocking the Doors to Growth

"Our partnership has opened the doors to growth... being able to jump from one job to the next in minutes increases our greenlight time to 90%."

Jeffrey L. McCain, CEO and Founder McCain, Inc. Vista, CA

Video
October 27, 2015
Amada America, Inc.
Since its inception, Amada America, Inc. has provided manufacturers with innovative, productivity-enhancing sheet metal machines, including both fiber and CO2 lasers, turret punch presses, press brakes, automation systems, and software. We accomplish this by carefully listening to the voice of our customers and engineering machine solutions that solve their sheet metal fabrication needs.
Article
October 15, 2015
Small batches, big-time automation
Rapid-Line Inc., a contract manufacturer in Grand Rapids, Mich., has a long history of early technology adoption. Two years ago it became an early adopter again, this time with an entirely different kind of robot. Regardless of the technology, everyone keeps their eye on what truly matters when it comes to manufacturing efficiency: how long it takes for an order to make it to the shipping dock.
Article
October 7, 2015
Why automate your press brakes?
Automated bending technology has changed significantly in recent years. Knowing which works best for your operation starts with a simple question: Why do you want to automate?
Article
July 20, 2015
CB Fabricating finds success giving people second chances
Indiana fabricator continues to grow thanks to technology and a small, dedicated staff. The small shop may prove the merits of giving people a second chance. It’s not just moral. For CB Fabricating, it’s not just moral; it’s good business.
Spanish
April 8, 2015
Manteniendo en movimiento chapas y partes con la automatización
La tecnología moderna de corte láser puede alcanzar velocidades de más de 400 pulgadas (10.1 m) por minuto, y pone presión a la automa- tización usada para cargar chapas y descargar partes cortadas y esqueletos. Si el sistema automatizado de manejo de material no puede seguir el paso, el fabricante no podrá maximizar el tiempo productivo en la máquina de corte láser.
7025 Firestone Blvd.
Buena Park, CA 90621

Phone: 714-739-2111
Fax: 714-670-8020

www.amada.com

Sales Contact
Nick Ostrowski
nostrowski@amada.com
714-739-2111
877-262-3287

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