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August 1, 2011
Hands-off tube finishing
The demand for high-quality finishes on tubing has increased over the years, much of it driven by more use of stainless steel in the medical, food, pharmaceutical, chemical processing, and construction industries. Another driving force is the... Read more...
April 18, 2011
Hand-operated grinder deburs laser-cut, punched parts
AM Machinery Sales Inc. has introduced the SwingGrinder for deburring laser-cut and punched parts. According to the manufacturer, the machine is three to four times faster than manual deburring.
The hand-operated device, which features a... Read more...
April 12, 2011
Small-part deburring machine processes both ferrous, nonferrous material
The CrossMaster DD double-disk deburring machine, offered by AM Machinery Sales, handles parts as small as the size of a quarter. The through-feed machine was designed specifically for small parts to eliminate hand deburring or vibratory... Read more...
September 16, 2010
The basics and benefits of modern deburring
Fabrication technology has advanced dramatically. Lasers are more powerful than ever; turret punching systems are doing more forming; waterjet machines are commonplace. And all of these blanking systems create burrs or sharp square edges that... Read more...
March 5, 2010
Tube punching machine enables punching all four sides in single pass
AM Machinery Sales Inc. offers the Evergreen line of tube punching and drilling machines. They are designed to handle round, square, rectangular, and oval tubes, as well as profiles and heavy-gauge flat bar. The machines punch and drill without... Read more...
October 7, 2009
Raising the bar, one sink at a time
Driving much of Glastender's manufacturing and business strategy is, of all things, liquor licensing. Seriously.
The Saginaw, Mich., manufacturer of high-end commercial food service products sells to restaurants, and in a world where drink... Read more...
January 15, 2008
Avoiding a snag
Hendrick Manufacturing Co. had to avoid a snag, and with automated deburring, it did. The 200-employee company has deep roots in the northeast Pennsylvania town of Carbondale, where company founder Eli Hendrick pioneered the craft of perforation... Read more...
September 11, 2007
Editor's Note: This article was developed from a seminar on deburring and graining held at AM Machinery Sales Inc., Warminster, Pa., March 20-21, 2007.
So you have the sheet metal burr. Big deal. Run the workpiece through a deburring machine... Read more...
July 10, 2003
Fabricating technology advancements drive new plate finishing trends
As cutting, welding, and other fabrication processes evolve and new materials emerge to meet these requirements, finishing processes have had to become a nimble dance partner to the whirlwind of change or get caught up in it. Producing... Read more...