T-Drill Industries

1740 Corporate Drive
Suite 820
Norcross, GA 30093

Phone: 800-554-2730
Fax: 770-925-3912

www.t-drill.com

Recent Content on TheFabricator for T-Drill Industries

Article
June 3, 2009
Teeing up orbital welding
Two technologies improve the quality and decrease the cost of fabricating high-purity systems, such as those used in the food and beverage, dairy, pharmaceutical, and semiconductor industries. These two techniques are mechanically formed T connections and orbital welding. A common question is this: Can orbital welding be used on mechanically formed T connections? The answer is yes, but fabricators need to understand the limitations and restrictions of this combination.
Product
May 8, 2007
Tube cutoff system designed for short production runs
T-Drill Industries has introduced the TCJ-50 tube cutoff system that extends its chipless rotary cutoff technology into a small, bench mounted system...
News
April 11, 2006
T-Drill Industries names No. 1 seller
T-Drill Industries Inc., Norcross, Ga., has awarded George Yardley Co., Fountain Valley, Calif., the No. 1 in sales award for 2005.George Yardley Co....
Article
January 10, 2006
Cutting to the chase - integrating secondary operations
Tube cut-off machines have evolved to integrate end forming and bending capabilities that normally are considered secondary operations. The suitability of a cutting method to be integrated inline with end forming and bending depends on each cutting method’s characteristics and the bending and end forming requirements.

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