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Hydraulic Ironworker Machine

The Hydraulic Ironworker Machine: Steel Powerhouse

Freestanding on the floor, hydraulic ironworker machines only need an electrical connection to get ready for operation. The hydraulic ironworker machine is perfect for punching, shearing, notching, bending, and other metal fabrication purposes–sometimes replacing the need for drill presses and bandsaws altogether.

Dec 17, 2020
EDM Manufacutring

What Is EDM Manufacturing?

The history of EDM manufacturing has to be traced all the way back to the 1950s, where a team of two Russian scientists were put to the task of finding ways to prevent tungsten from eroding due to sparking contact. This led them to invent the first electrical discharge machining (EDM) machine in 1943, capable of working materials like tungsten that is difficult to machine.

Dec 17, 2020
Benchtop Drill Press

Use a Benchtop Drill Press

Bench drilling machines are very standard, although there are some differences between brands, sizes, and functions. They have many convenient accessories. From grinding kits to chiseling, the right accessory kit can turn a standard ordinary milling machine into a powerful production machine.

Dec 17, 2020
Column Moving Surface Grinder

An Overview of Column Moving Surface Grinder

A Column moving surface grinder is also referred to as the traveling column surface grinder. It is a machine tool used to provide a precision ground surface. How it differs from the standard surface grinders is that it features a movable vertical column which allows a large workpiece to cross travel on the table.

Dec 17, 2020
Press Feeder

A Brief Intro to Press Feeders

With simple installation, a press feeder can perform the feeding and positioning of press material as near as possible to the die. There are various types of press feeders, such as mechanical press feeders, servo feeders, and pneumatic feeders.

Dec 16, 2020
Precision Milling Machine

What is a Precision Milling Machine?

Contrary to ordinary drilling machines that are limited to a single axis of motion, a precision milling machine moves along multiple axes (X, Y, and Z). When a part is milled, it is held in place onto a moving table (or bed) with tools such as vices, V blocks (to hold cylindrical seamless tubing), or step clamps.

Dec 16, 2020
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