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July 29, 2008
Die shop transitions to production stamper
Third-generation tool- and diemakers Tom and Jerry Wysoczynski broke out on their own in 1987 and started up Die-Tech Industries Inc. in Carrollton, Ga. The timing was perfect for the brothers, as the Southeast was becoming a major North... Read more...
December 13, 2005
Straight to the point
Stamping presses and coil feed lines—a match made in productivity heaven. When running smoothly and well synchronized, few manufacturing processes can outperform the stamping line for its cost efficiencies and proficiency. Then... Read more...
December 7, 2004
Finding simplicity and efficiency in servo press feeds
Upon their debut in the 1960s, servo press feed systems were hailed as the technology for the future. They were recognized for their productivity advantages, a result of digital setups that quickly dialed in feed length and speed... Read more...
December 11, 2003
Filling in the blanks
Because of sluggish economies and uncertain markets, the need to hone a competitive edge is more sharply defined. Many stampers are doing this by taking control of their material inventory and production schedules by adding a... Read more...
July 25, 2002
Take a break and learn to unwind
Cradles, pallet decoilers, single- and double-end reels with or without load cars—in the overall scheme of a press line, they aren't particularly sophisticated, and they certainly are not the investment burden that will make or break bottom... Read more...