agreement with Turkish fiber laser
manufacturer Nukon to supply Lantek
so;ware with its machines worldwide.
Nukon’s fiber laser machines are available in power levels up to 6 k W and have
an option for linear drives that give acceleration up to 3G. The laser itself is fully
sealed and includes automated dynamic
focus. The company also manufactures
tube cutting fiber lasers and waterjet,
plasma, and oxygen cutting machines.
Along with Lantek Expert CAD/CAM
so;ware, which enables manufacturers
to work from 3-D models to a finished
product, the Lantek Factory concept
will enable users of the Nukon machines
to develop manufacturing systems that
will manage the complete production
process and provide a path to Industry
Mittler Bros. Machine & Tool, Wright
Mittler Bros. Machine & Tool designs
and builds metalworking machines for
the racing, hot rodding, light aircra;,
and custom metal fabrication markets.
Safety product provider Sellstrom
will be relocating its manufacturing and
distribution operations, warehouse, and
head o;ice from Schaumburg, Ill., to a
new, 100,000-sq.-;. facility in Elgin, Ill.
The new location will be automated
with a warehouse management system,
allowing for same-day shipping of in-stock products to major cities in the U.S.
Solar Atmospheres of Western
PA (SAWPA), Hermitage, Pa., has announced it has been awarded Rolls
Royce approval. This approval recognizes SAWPA’s strict specification requirements, process execution, and commitment to quality processing.
Weld Systems Integrators Inc. (WSI)
has opened its in-house lab in Warrens-ville Heights, Ohio, o;ering process expertise and capacitive discharge (CD)
equipment for customers to experiment
with projection welding hot-stamped
At the lab, company representatives
educate customers about the process
and technology, demonstrate the robustness of the process through a full
design of experiment (DOE), and provide data necessary to help the customer make an informed decision about CD
Carver Machine Works, Washington, N.C., has launched a
new website at www.cmwglobal.com. It includes an in-depth view of the company’s services, the industries it serves,
and the capability to build an RFQ.
The firm o;ers equipment refurbishment, reverse engineering and design validation for manufacturability, fabrication
and welding processes, precision machining and waterjet, mechanical assembly, dynamic balancing, and field installation.
With the Build a Request for Quote option, users can fill out
quality requirements, item class, component material, and
RFQ deadline. They also can upload a drawing or other file di-
rectly to the company.
Mequon, Wis.-based Jorgensen Conveyors has launched a
newly redesigned website at www.jorgensenconveyors.com.
The updated website provides customers and visitors to the
site with a cleaner design and simplified navigation. The interactive Discover Your Solution program on the home page
helps users find conveyor, filtration, material handling, and
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