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Top Air Compressors

Top Air Compressors: Reasons to Own One

Air compressors are powered by electricity or gasoline. Electric compressors will normally run on standard household electricity in the 110-120V range. As electric compressors do not emit fumes, they are the best choice for indoor use. Gas-powered air compressors are ideal for outdoor use. These devices are best for situations where it may be difficult to locate a reliable power source. In addition, their mobility is a huge advantage in most outdoor jobs.

Feb 4, 2021
Planetary Gearbox

A Quick Guide to Planetary Gearbox

With excellent speed control capability and relatively high torque output, the planetary gearboxes are a popular choice for machinists. Today, planetary gearboxes are widely used for medical, construction equipment as well as a broad range of metalworking production like automatic welding, vending, material handling machines and conveyor systems or food processing equipment such as automatic mixers, and many more.

Feb 3, 2021
Electrofusion welding machine

What Is Electrofusion Welding Machine?

An electrofusion welding machine is a type of resistance welding machine that is utilized for combining workpieces by making the implanted coils melted and solidified, and form consistent joints on the target areas.

Feb 2, 2021
Power chuck

What Is a Power Chuck?

A power chuck is an automatic tool or work holder. The power chuck holds the cutter or workpiece in place during the operation of different machining works like drilling, milling, or turning, etc., in order to stabilize the tools or workpieces and optimize the results.

Feb 2, 2021
Power Chucks

A Quick Guide to Power Chucks

Power chucks are automatic chucks for turning, grinding operations on a variety of machine tools and machining center, holding the workpiece while the jaws can be automatically opened and closed.

Feb 1, 2021
Brake Shoe Seam Welder

Introducing Brake Shoe Seam Welder

Welding brake shoe typically involves the joining of a friction shoe pad and a shoe rib, the thickness of which normally spans from 6 to 8 mm, and the welding is done by undergoing the hole-plug welding method. There are some technical requirements you need to be aware of when welding brake shoes.

Jan 31, 2021
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