Rockford Systems announces 2019 schedule

For 2019, Rockford Systems LLC offers a machine safeguarding seminar schedule for professionals in the EH&S, plant management, insurance and metal fabrication industries. From understanding how to properly safeguard machinery for meeting OSHA/ANSI standards to a discussion on how to incorporate ergonomics into safeguarding methods, the 2.5-days of educational seminars provide practical, actionable ideas for… Continued

Coherent creates new center of excellence

Coherent Inc. announced it expanded its Gilching, Germany, micromachining and subsystem facility and completed the relocation of its laser marking group from nearby Gunding. Designated as Coherent Munich, this center of excellence is a significant upgrade to the organization’s applications and R&D capabilities. Coherent Munich’s primary focus will be to supply integration-ready, laser-based subsystems, servicing… Continued

Dallas Industries appoints sales reps

Dallas Industries appointed Taylor Made Solutions and Al Colby to its sales representative team. Taylor Made Solutions and its owner, Dennis Taylor will represent the company in Virginia, South Carolina and North Carolina. Colby will represent Dallas Industries in Missouri and Southern Illinois. He has more than 30 years of sales experience in manufacturing in… Continued

Omax to demonstrate waterjets at Eastec

At Eastec 2019, Omax Corp. will present its latest waterjet technology. The company will have a range of machines including the new ProtoMax in Booth No. 1106. The ProtoMax can cut through nearly any material, including aluminum, titanium, carbon fiber and G10 composite. The compact machine footprint and versatility makes it a good match for… Continued

nLight’s CEO wins statewide award

nLight Inc. announced that Scott Keeney, co-founder and CEO, was selected as the winner of the 2019 Sam Blackman Award by the Technology Association of Oregon (TAO). This award, formerly known as the Technology Executive of the Year, honors executives of Oregon and Southwest Washington-based technology companies for excellence in industry leadership, as well as… Continued

Bystronic announces regional manager

Bystronic Inc. appointed Victor Stepien as Midwest regional manager for Iowa, Minnesota, Northwest Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin. Stepien has more than 20 years of manufacturing and corporate management experience, as well as development and management of metal fabricating and other complex technical equipment. Fluent in five languages, his depth of experience,… Continued

Miller MIG guns help with wire feeding

Miller Electric Mfg. LLC introduced MDX Series MIG guns that feature a durable and ergonomic handle with a rubber overmolding for improved grip, while the addition of a ball and socket handle swivel reduces fatigue. AccuLock Series consumables provide good wire feed path. The front-loading liner locks in place and aligns concentrically with the contact… Continued

Coherent releases series of laser machines

Coherent Inc.’s ExactSeries of fine materials processing equipment includes ExactCut micromachining systems for cutting. To reduce integration and qualification time, ExactCut ships with pre-programmed process parameters for the desired application. It offers high flexibility for multipurpose job shops. ExactCut systems combine the latest generation of pulsed fiber laser sources (3-kW pulse peak), a high stability granite… Continued

Abicor launches welding tractors

Abicor Binzel offers Abi-Car welding tractors. The tractors, which initially come in three models including one with an oscillator feature, have a durably constructed carriage design and easy-to-use interface. A strong magnet base allows the tractors to be used for horizontal and vertical welding positions. The tractors come with a variety of cross support and… Continued

Scotchman releases ironworker options

Scotchman Industries Inc. released three options to make its hydraulic ironworkers more efficient and user friendly. Low-profile LED work lights are available and are factory installed. Optional retrofit kits are available for infield retrofitting to ironworkers. The jog motor control increases precision when setting the stroke control on a 50-ton Scotchman ironworker. This feature is… Continued

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