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September 8, 2014
Aerospace parts manufacturer upgrades bending capability
Thin-wall material. Tight bend radii. Several radii per part. Low-volume runs. Fast turnarounds. A limited number of skilled equipment operators. It sounds like one difficulty after another, but this is business as usual at SL Engineering (SLE),... Read more...
September 7, 2012
Combination bender eliminates multiple setups, welding, grinding
To say that the management team at SF Tube Inc., Hayward, Calif., is frugal in its spending would be an understatement. The outlook is one of caution, making investments only after careful research. It’s not that the company doesn’t spend... Read more...
July 20, 2011
Fabricator leaves its competitors in the dust
It wasn’t that long ago that Joe Fabiani would read Car and Driver, Motor Trend , and a handful of other magazines in his dad’s office, dreaming about the day he’d own a high-performance car. The articles and photos made an impression on... Read more...
December 4, 2009
Punching holes in aerospace manufacturing theories
Tin banging is not a term commonly used in aerospace manufacturing. The term—sometimes greeted warmly by metal fabricators, but derided by others in the field—is used to describe the general work of making parts out of thin sheet... Read more...
May 8, 2007
All-electric tube benders in control
All-electric tube bending machines' performance characteristics include software-based control over the bending process, which provides high accuracy combined with brief and repeatable machine setups; low power consumption; and no toxic waste... Read more...