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February 1, 2013
Better plasma cutting on stainless steel
When it comes to cutting stainless steel, plasma cutting isn’t the first method that comes to mind for most metal fabricators. Odds are they aren’t cutting a lot of stainless steel plate, however.
Penn Stainless Products does... Read more...
September 2, 2011
No weak link allowed
The size of it all inspires when watching Holloway Houston’s insanely powerful testbed in action. Large lettering on the side, all capitalized, reads 5,000 TONS. If ever there were a measurement that called for a capitalized font, this... Read more...
June 14, 2011
Portable welding carriage designed to weld both sides of stiffener ribs or I-beams
Koike Aronson's Wel-Twin is a heavy-duty, portable welding carriage designed to weld on both sides of a stiffener rib or I-beam up to 24 in. tall. Common uses are for shipbuilding, trailer building, and custom I-beam construction.
The unit... Read more...
December 15, 2009
Bevel cutting head compatible with multiple plasma systems
Koike Aronson/Ransome Inc. offers a lightweight, automatic contour bevel cutting head that is compatible with multiple plasma systems. It has fully integrated height sensing that uses ohmic contact and real-time monitoring of height control... Read more...
June 9, 2009
Water table suitable for mild steel cutting from gauge material to 6 in. thick
Koike Aronson/Ransome Inc. has introduced a water table in lengths of 10 to 40 ft. and widths of 5, 6, 8, 10, and 12 ft. Custom sizes also are available. The water table is suitable for mild steel cutting in thicknesses from gauge material to 6... Read more...
July 15, 2008
Koike installs Thermal Dynamics plasma cutting machines
Koike-Aronson Inc., Arcade, N.Y., recently installed AutoCut and UltraCut plasma cutting systems from Thermal Dynamics, St. Louis, at its training facilities in Arcade and Houston. Koike trained all of its U.S. and Canadian sales and technical... Read more...
August 8, 2007
Taking waste off the plate
Many fabricating operations now use offline programming centers for parts design and plate nesting. In fact, many of those same companies use their offline centers to automate the metal cutting process. They simply download the part program... Read more...
January 10, 2006
System designed for vertical welding
The Ransome vertical welding system from Koike Aronson Inc. delivers vertical up or down welding for GMAW and FCAW processes. The adjustable frame holds plates from 6 to 10 ft. tall, in thicknesses from 3/8 to 2 in.; tank diameters are... Read more...
March 8, 2005
Anchor's a way down the road to improvement
Anchor Fabrication has a reputation for the ability to form long and awkward parts. A 1,200-ton, 52-ft. Pacific press brake in the Precision Division assists in reducing downtime and material handling costs because the parts no longer have... Read more...
June 8, 2004
Plasma pleases plenty
In case you missed it, check out this excerpt from the article "National research programs explore plate welding for shipbuilding" in the March 2004 issue of The FABRICATOR®: One project objective is to introduce laser cutting... Read more...