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January 30, 2014
Taylor-Winfield’s director of technology and product development wins AWS award
Robert P. Matteson, director of technology and product development at Taylor-Winfield Technologies Inc., Youngstown, Ohio, has received the Counselor Award from the American Welding Society (AWS). The award is presented annually to individual... Read more...

Product

January 13, 2014
Flash welding process minimizes oxide, carbide formation
Taylor-Winfield Technologies has introduced the patented Force Freeze flash welding process. According to the company, the process extends the range of material that can be joined using conventional flash butt welding; eliminates... Read more...

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May 8, 2012
Boltech merges with Taylor-Winfield Technologies
The Brilex Group of Companies has announced the merger of Boltech Inc. with Taylor-Winfield Technologies Inc. All current Boltech employees have relocated to the Taylor-Winfield offices in Hubbard, Ohio. Rich Gunter, project manager at Boltech,... Read more...

Article

May 6, 2011
The personal side of metal fabricating
Probably the best reminder of the very early days of Southern Fabricators Inc., Polkton, N.C., is the customer that the job shop still makes parts for—just as it did in 1968 when brothers Ken and Everett Carpenter started work in a... Read more...

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October 25, 2010
Taylor-Winfield Corp. announces sale of its assets to The Brilex Group of companies
The Brilex Group has acquired the assets of metalworking machinery supplier Taylor-Winfield Corp. A new company, Taylor-Winfield Technologies Inc., has been formed and funded by Brian and Alex Benyo, co-owners of The Brilex Group of companies.... Read more...

Product

June 14, 2005
Spot/projection welding machines introduced
The Taylor-Winfield Corp. has introduced new spot and projection welding machines. The line includes machines with 24-in. throat rocker arms with 25-, 30-, and 50-kVA-AC transformers and RWMA size 0 through 3 press machines with AC transformers... Read more...