The American Galvanizers Association (AGA), Centennial,
Colo., has released six videos online at www.youtube.com/
user/agagalvanizeit/videos that cover the touch-up and repair of hot-dip galvanized steel. Topics include proper materials to use while performing the process, as well as specifications to follow and proper application of the repair materials.
Touch-up and repair is important in maintaining the hot-dip
galvanized coating’s uniform barrier and cathodic protection.
Gordon Brush Mfg. Co. Inc., City of Industry, Calif., has
launched a redesigned website at www.gordonbrush.com.
The upgraded website provides a new navigation tool, a compare feature, and a hyperlink to the catalog page. It also features an updated e-commerce platform. Faceted navigation
allows visitors to browse large sets of products quickly and
intuitively to find the brush they need.
The Powder Coating Institute (PCI) has launched a new
video at www.powdercoating.org/abetterkindofpaint
as part of its “Powder Coating, A Better Kind of Paint” video
series. This second video in the series focuses on expanding
awareness about the environmental benefits of powder coating when compared to liquid paint.
nologies, Vandalia, Ohio; Stevens Eng.,
Phoenix; and SunSource, Addison, Ill.
Agreements with miCobot (a subsidiary
of Aldakin Automation), Robots Colabo-rativos (a division of SGAR), and Intra
Automation in Spain, as well as Eltronic
in Denmark, are designed to expand
coverage in European markets.
Chicago-based Sciaky Inc., a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries Inc.
and provider of metal additive manufacturing (AM) systems, has announced
it will adopt product lifecycle management (PLM) software technology from
Siemens to support its Electron Beam
Additive Manufacturing (EBAM®) system.
As part of the partnership, Sciaky will use
multiaxis deposition technology within
Siemens’ NX™ CAD/CAM/CAE software
and NX Nastran® CAE software to support its 3-D metal printing systems.
Dennis Nolte (second from left) and Vaton Be-laqa (third from right), both of transfluid, welcomed (left to right) Marcus D. Daniels, Craig
Eugene Van Sant, and John Michael Evans of
Advanced Fabricating Machinery and David
Kesselring and Carlos Alicea Vazquez of Modern Machinery to recent training workshops.
Tube processing machine manufacturer transfluid recently invited
the employees of its sales and service
partners in the U.S.—Advanced Fabricating Machinery and Modern Machinery—to its headquarters in North
Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, for service
training workshops. The intensive training workshops focused on tube bending and tube forming machines, cutting
tubes or pipes cleanly without chips using t cut machines, and the options and
benefits of customized automated tube
Modern Machinery serves transfluid
customers in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky,
and Michigan, while Advanced Fabricating Machinery covers the East Coast
region down to Georgia, including Tennessee. Both companies now can respond to support requests within 24
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