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December 3, 2012
Ironworker basics: Cut it clean
The ironworker is the Swiss army knife of metal fabrication. It notches, it copes, it bends plate and pipe, it slices (though it doesn’t dice). And like the Swiss army knife, the ironworker remains at its core a cutting tool, be it for... Read more...

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August 3, 2012
Piecing together a growing business
Ironworkers, long dubbed the industry workhorses, fabricate heavy, thick iron. They punch, cut, and bend material to create the odd components that don’t fit in the usual production flow. Their strength is producing one-offs, right?... Read more...

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October 10, 2011
The ironworker stands ready for production
Since the inception of hydraulic ironworkers, the traditional machine came with at least three main tools: a punch for punching holes in plate or angle iron; a flat-bar shear for shearing plate usually up to 24 in. wide; and an angle shear for... Read more...

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November 22, 2010
Metal Sawing 101: Cold saws and band saws
In the world of metal sawing, the process of deciding between a band saw and a cold saw is not always clear-cut. Mike Albrecht, national sales manager at Scotchman Industries Inc., Philip, S.D., guides fabricators through this process and... Read more...

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April 15, 2008
Of cars, this specialty vehicle manufacturer can do it
When you first hear Chris Miller describe his company as a fabricator that customizes parts to turn used golf cars into "anything except a golf car," you wonder if he left the "t" off "carts." When he starts to explain the type of vehicles that... Read more...

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February 7, 2006
Imagination fabrication
Burke's signature play environment this year is a multievent treehouse designed to look like it is in a natural setting, complete with hollowed tree trunks and leaf climbers. Founded in 1920, BCI Burke, Fond du Lac,... Read more...

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January 16, 2003
How to select the right IRONWORKER for your application
Since its invention in the late 1800s, the ironworker's main strength has been its ability to perform a variety of operations. It can punch a range of materials with punches of various sizes and shapes. It also can shear rod, flat bar,... Read more...