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FABTECH 2017 Industrial Inspiration Contest

This year we are giving FABTECH 2017 attendees a chance to win an Amazon Echo! Walking the show floor at FABTECH is an experience you never forget. It’s all about education, networking and live equipment demonstrations – from table top welding simulations to ten-ton laser-cutting machines. The brightest minds in the industry gather to share…

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How to Generate High Volume and High Quality Leads with Webinars

By: Bruce McDuffee, Manufacturing Marketing Group The single most effective tactic is also the quickest and delivers the highest quality leads. The tactic to which I am referring is the webinar. I’m not talking about the all too common, boring, product focused webinar where one single person drones on for the first 10 minutes about his…

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Welding in a Mixed Material World

By: Dan Barry, Coldwater Machine Company The use of lightweight materials is predicted to grow significantly within the automotive sector.  The majority of content will come from Advanced High Strength Steel with remaining lightweight content a mix of aluminum, magnesium, plastics and carbon fiber. The advantage of Advanced High Strength Steel is that it’s typically…

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Advanced Materials Require Advanced Straighteners

By Bruce Grant, COE Press Equipment As automakers increasingly rely upon lightweighting and the use of advanced materials as a key technology focus, the use of Advanced High Strength Steels (AHSS) with tensile strengths of 1,000+ MPa continues to grow. However, the complex steel chemistries and thermo-mechanical properties of AHSS that offer improved strength and…

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Servo Presses Demonstrate Near-Net-Shape Fine Blanking, HSLA Blanking, Productivity Improvements at FABTECH Chicago 2017, AIDA-America Booths A5425 & A5624

AIDA-America, Dayton, OH, USA, will demonstrate industry leading servo press technology in booths A5425 and A5624 at FABTECH Chicago 2017. Two AIDA DSF Series Servo Presses will be on display, powered-up and stamping parts at this year’s FABTECH event taking place November 6 through 9 at McCormick Place, Chicago, IL. The first, an AIDA DSF-C1-1500, 150-ton,…

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Explore the Latest Developments in 3D/Additive Manufacturing at FABTECH 2017

A new pavilion and theater provides opportunities to experience, learn about the fast-growing technology With interest skyrocketing in one of the industry’s hottest topics, North America’s largest metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing event has added a new 3D/Additive Manufacturing Pavilion to FABTECH this year, which runs Nov. 6-9 at Chicago’s McCormick Place. The 3D/Additive…

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Waterjet Cutting for Fabricators

By: Brian Sherick, Flow International The manufacturing industry is transforming as companies are consistently pushing boundaries on what we can make and how. The flexibility fabricator’s gain from waterjet cutting has grown the process to become a fundamental part of fabrication shops. Today’s waterjets are much faster, more accurate, and less expensive to operate than…

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Welding Helmets and Welders from Miller Electric Are on Sale

Miller Electric’s Build with Blue sale at Baker’s Gas and Welding is the time to take your welding shop to the next level with a long list of limited time discounts on welders, plasma cutters, and welding helmets. You’ll find the best deals on the internet thanks to Baker’s low prices, Miller’s rebates, and the…

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Weekly Welding Roundup–Welding News

Welder Dan Wilson Sr. has been creating signs, fabricating metal frames, and welding small and large household items for residents of Salisbury, MA and beyond since 1974. While he continues to provide these basic services for neighbors that he aims to treat like his own parents, Wilson’s son has hopes to expand the business into…

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Friction Stir Welding And Processing Of Stainless Steels And Ni-Base Alloys

Researchers discuss the latest advances in using the Friction Stir Welding (FSW) process to join different types of steels as well as different combinations of steels and Ni-based alloys.

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