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Nut Spot Welding

Nut Spot Welding Basics

Nut spot welding is a process where nuts or fasteners are joined onto metal parts. To practice spot welding, electrodes with pointed tips are used as the welding tool to create opposing forces that allow metal parts to be heated and joined. The shape of the electrode may differ based on the current, heat generation and weld nugget size, etc.

May 25, 2021
Heavy Duty Band Saw

Heavy-duty Band Saw Overview

Band saws are automated sawing machines. The saw blade is welded into a continuous loop and passes along a pulley system. It is a type of industrial multi-point machining tool that cuts the metal stock in the preparation for other processes.

May 25, 2021
Vertical Milling

Vertical vs. Horizontal Milling – How to Choose?

Horizontal milling machines are known for varying, thicker, and shorter cutting tools, while vertical milling machines have long vertical cutting tools. This is why many manufacturers use them to cut grooves and slots into workpieces. Thanks to the rotary table, milling operations can be undergone while positioned at various angles.

May 24, 2021
Automatic Arbor Press

A Comprehensive Guide to Automatic Arbor Press

An arbor press is also referred to as the automatic arbor press for a reason. If you only enjoy punching, shaping, cutting, and doing everything manually, an arbor press might not be for you. On the contrary, if you'd like to have semi-automated machinery that does all the heavy lifting for you, you should certainly consider investing in an arbor press.

May 24, 2021
Automatic Press

Introducing Automatic Press

With CNC, the entire work cycle from loading the workpiece to unloading the manufactured part is automated. The human factor is included only when the CNC system needs to be adjusted or when the press machine needs to be maintained or repaired. In general, the goal of implementing an automatic press in a production line is to minimize the errors that are made by human operators, reduce the tooling wear and machinery maintenance, and ultimately improve the productivity of the process.

May 21, 2021
Horizontal Milling Machine

What Can a Horizontal Milling Machine Do?

When it comes to the orientation of the milling machine, it can be either vertical or horizontal. The vertical milling machine refers to the vertically mounted spindle, which had the cutting tools cut travel through the workpieces with up and down movements. As for the horizontal milling machine, the spindle is horizontally mounted and the cutting tools are allowed to cut from the above or the sides of the workpieces.

May 21, 2021
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