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May 5, 2014
Stamper rounds out automation suite with rigid transfer
When you’re a contract stamping manufacturer, your “product” is your set of capabilities. “Our product really is our tool design and our process,” said Dan Pritchard, CEO and president of A.J. Rose Manufacturing Co., a supplier of... Read more...

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January 10, 2012
Fabrication automation
Capital-equipment vendors have been automating manufacturing processes for decades, and it could be argued that automation is the key component that makes industrialized countries as productive as they are. For example, data from the... Read more...

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July 8, 2011
Choosing the best transfer solution
Editor’s Note: This article is based on a presentation made at FABTECH® 2010 in Atlanta. The need to transfer stamped or formed parts from die station to die station inside a stamping press is not new. However, the options now... Read more...

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June 8, 2010
Planning 101: Hydroforming automation
In the automotive industry, tubular hydroformed components have greatly improved product quality while opening up new design capabilities for future vehicles. The process helps produce engine cradles, A pillars, suspension components, roof... Read more...

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May 28, 2009
Affordable automation
In today's economic atmosphere, manufacturers face many challenges. For example, if you fabricate tubular components, you probably realize that you can no longer win new business simply by having manually operated equipment ready and assuming... Read more...

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June 15, 2008
Top 10 misconceptions about automation
Have you ever thought about automating the manufacturing processes in your plant? Whether you are an owner, production manager, manufacturing engineer, or machine operator, most likely you have thought about automation. Unfortunately, many... Read more...

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October 9, 2007
A new standard in forming bathtubs
Slipping into a bathtub can lead to some relaxing moments. A slip-up in automating an existing press forming line during a holiday shutdown can result in some not-so-relaxing moments. American Standard wanted to avoid as much stress as possible... Read more...

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October 10, 2006
Drawing on new experiences
Press operator Brandie Watkins wipes down a refrigerator door before conducting a quality check. Appliance manufacturing has been due for a makeover for some time. As thousands of U.S. households have rediscovered home entertaining,... Read more...

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July 13, 2004
Bending and handling tube
It used to be simple: Purchase the tube fabrication machinery necessary for a project and hire motivated workers to get the job done. It's not that simple anymore. Technology advances have made automated bending and material handling... Read more...

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May 30, 2002
Giving your press a lift
Photo courtesy of Atlas Technologies. What's new in quick die change is more subtle than breathtaking. Because the basic design of a typical press line leaves a limited number of options for technological improvements, "new" is best... Read more...