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April 15, 2014
Fiber laser comes with three cutting modes
Murata Machinery USA Inc. offers the Muratec LS3015FC fiber laser for precision cutting of sheet metal and such reflective materials as copper and aluminum.
Incorporating IPG resonators, the laser uses about one-third less power than... Read more...
February 28, 2014
Automation relieves punching bottleneck
The shop at Overlanders Manufacturing will gain elbow room and new capabilities by the end of 2014. A 30,000-sq.-ft. expansion will nearly double the size of the current 38,000-sq.-ft. Abbotsford, B.C., Canada’s plant. The extra room will house... Read more...
October 23, 2013
Murata Machinery Fabrication Div. adds Canada distributor
Murata Machinery Fabrication Div., Charlotte, N.C., has named Fabricating Machinery Solutions (FMS), Mississauga, Ont., as a machine distributor for Motorum series turret punch presses and Muratec automated loaders.
FMS distributes the... Read more...
October 9, 2013
Sidestepping punched-part deburring
The idea of throwing labor at a deburring job just doesn’t cut it in most job shops today.
Metal fabricators want to reign in labor costs so they can be more competitive in bidding against the competitor down the street or across the... Read more...
September 17, 2013
Turret punch press combines two configurations
Murata Machinery USA Inc. has introduced the Motorum 2048TS series turret punch press. The high-speed, 22-ton press has a 50- by 100-in. table.
The press features a FANUC Oi PB touchscreen control, including Murata's Campath TRM as... Read more...
March 18, 2013
Murata Machinery's Fabrication Division hires sales manager
Murata Machinery USA Inc., Charlotte, N.C., has appointed Rick Dorman as western regional sales manager for the Fabrication Division, which supplies mechanical, servo-drive, laser-hybrid, and punch/plasma hybrid turret punch presses. In this... Read more...
March 5, 2013
Murata Machinery hires central regional sales manager
Murata Machinery USA Inc., Charlotte, N.C., has hired Dan Baker as central regional sales manager. He brings to the position a background in maintenance, scheduling, field service, and training within the machine tool industry, most recently... Read more...
December 17, 2012
Murata Machinery USA names new sales manager
Murata Machinery USA's Fabrication Division, Charlotte, N.C., has promoted Cary Teeple to fabrication products sales manager, extending the scope of his oversight of the Muratec brand to all of North and South America. A 13-year veteran of the... Read more...
June 13, 2012
Murata Machinery USA establishes new website
Murata Machinery USA Inc., Charlotte, N.C., has announced the development and launch of a new website at www.muratec-usa.com that features the company's automated lathes, turret punch presses, and material handling systems. It encompasses the... Read more...
May 24, 2012
Murata Machinery USA names Cascade Capital Machine as distributor
Charlotte, N.C., metal forming machinery manufacturer Murata Machinery USA, a subsidiary of Murata Machinery Ltd., Kyoto, Japan, has announced that Cascade Capital Machine, a fabrication machine tool distribution company located in Surrey, B.C.,... Read more...
November 27, 2011
Fully automated, servo-controlled cell loading, sorting systems offered
Muratec USA, the machine tool division of Murata Machinery USA Inc., offers the FG series cell loader with fully automated, servo-controlled loading and sorting for flexibility in sheet metal automation and material handling.
The cell... Read more...
October 4, 2010
The evolution of turret punch press processing
The turret punch press has been used to punch holes into blank sheets for three-quarters of a century. For processing a small volume of parts in a short amount of time, the punch press always has been more efficient than a conventional... Read more...
September 16, 2010
Where the tool meets the sheet metal
Jerry Ward remembers blue ink, rulers, flat layout, and templates. As a young fabricator several decades ago, Ward would mark a hole location with a vertical and horizontal line, center the tool on those crosshairs and drill, then repeat until... Read more...
October 11, 2005
Making the sale
Why do some people purchase only Ford trucks while others believe in Dodge or Chevy products? Similarly, why do some companies prefer Strippit precision punches, while others favor TRUMPF, Murata, Finn-Power, Whitney, or Amada America? Is... Read more...