Machinery
Feb. 23, 2017 - Due to the positive growth and expansion of the Biesse brands across the globe, Biesse and Intermac America have restructured the Service Manager responsibilities in order to provide our customers the best possible support. With machine order volumes consistently rising, Biesse Group established two separate Service Managers, a crucial addition to the Service Department, each focusing on distinct divisions.
Nov. 3, 2016 - HHH Tempering Resources, Inc. (HHH) has announced the addition of John Krahel to its technical team. Krahel joins the team as asenior technician based in Nashville, Tenn.
Aug. 25, 2016 - In 2016, the LiSEC service and training teams have moved into a new building, which was officially opened on April 29th. The employees of the departments service and assembly did not only get a new home, LiSEC will from now on hold high-quality courses on state-of-the-art plants for customers and its own staff in this new building.
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April 7, 2016 - Fonon Corporation has unveiled ten major updates to the Titan family of large, flat-bed multipurpose laser cutting machines, integrating multiple subsystems and introducing several evolutionary improvements which increase end-user productivity, lower costs over time, minimize the Titan’s floor space footprint and reduce its power consumption.
Long track recordbarkow.comSince 1879, F. Barkow Inc. has been building high-quality exterior and interior glass racks. The product line now covers racks for cargo vans and pickup trucks all the way up to semi-trucks and trailers. Barkow’s fully-welded, high-quality, high-performance products are built to safely transport glass and built to last. All Barkow glass carriers are custom-built by hand and are available in aluminum, high-tensile steel or stainless steel.  Stainless steel is more durable than steel or aluminum and is virtually maintenance-free. Barkow’s glass racks are now engineered and designed to fit the new generation of cargo vans, the Ford Transit, the Dodge ProMaster and the Nissan NV. The new vans are modeled after the original European design of the Sprinter and offer fuel-efficient V6 engines to complement the aerodynamic aesthetics. The glass racks designed for these newer vans feature the following: four Stake-Loc self-locking stakes that automatically self-lock into the ledgeboard for safe glass transportation; 24-inch lower splash panels to protect glass from debris during transportation; “B” load-holding slats that allow for the use of straps; and lower mount bars to stabilize the bottom of the glass rack. These features are exclusively designed for added safety and protection while transporting glass. Advanced control systemerdmanautomation.comThe Erdman Hand Assist glazing/back bedding table offers a state-of-the-art servo control system using Erdman’s fluid metering technologies to provide a consistent-diameter bead of sealant to your product at speeds up to 30 inches per second. This machine control will allow any operator to reliably and consistently apply a properly proportioned bead of sealant. Hand Assists are available to perform hot, cold or two-part glazing and can be set up for bead sizes from .06 up to .5 inches diameter. The Hand Assist uses hardware and software brands recognized around the world. Using the Hand Assist, almost anyone can realize professional glazing results in minutes. The table reduces waste by up to 85 per cent and cleanup time as much as 95 per cent. The Hand Assist also reduces rejections due to improper bedding or glazing. Custom models, configurations and sizes are available.New mobile liftersergorobotic.comErgo Robotic Solutions, a manufacturer of glass handling and installation machines in Queensbury, N.Y., has added two new models to its product line-up: the GM 800 and the GM 1200. Built upon the popular workhorse design, the GM 2000-12, the new smaller machines deliver the same reliability, manoeuverability and versatility of their larger counterpart in a smaller form with more affordable pricing. The GM 800 has a lift capacity of 800 pounds and can lift a load to a height of 10 feet to the center of the lift hub. The GM 1200 has a lift capacity of 1,200 pounds and can lift a load to a height of 11 feet. The standard-powered articulations include three boom movements and both vertical and horizontal tilt. Optional add-on power articulations include lateral side shift, rotation, and “EZ Pick”, an Ergo Robotic Solutions innovation for picking up and placing a load in one smooth movement. Visitors to ergorobotic.com can watch a video of a GM 800 performing an outside installation from the inside on a mocked-up wall with ease. The GM 1200 and the GM 2000-12 can all perform the same operation in exactly the same fashion.Power loss warningwpg.comThe Premium edition of Wood’s Powr-Grip’s popular P1 channel lifter now features a dual vacuum system and power loss warning buzzer for added safety, a high-flow vacuum pump and blow-off for greater productivity, and reduced power consumption for extended time on the jobsite. Powr-Grip’s channel lifters are comprised of one or more pad channels for gripping loads plus interchangeable lift frames for rotating and tilting materials. These vacuum lifters may be ordered as complete units or as individual components to expand existing channel lifter systems. Lift frames are available in single-channel or double-channel styles. Pad channels can be switched from one frame to another in minutes. Hydrostatic driveglgcan.comWith the front twin-wheels, and hydrostatic drive, the GlasLift 550/1212 from GLG can operate in all kinds of terrains. The machine lifts 550 kg from floor level up to four meters in a fully parallel operation, offering 430 mm of boom extension. The GlasLift 550/1212 can reduce labor and Workers Compensation costs with increased jobsite productivity and reduced workforce fatigue. The lifter is easily transportable, capable of fitting into jobsite elevators. Precision controls allow millimeter positioning accuracy. The machine weighs 1,450 kg with a maximum width of 46 inches, minimum length of 90 inches and minimum height of 56 inches. The wheels are filled with rubber foam. The GlasLift carries a charge current of 110 or 220 V with 12 2 V batteries. Charging time is approximately five hours with up to 16 hours autonomy. Adjustable rackstheglassrackingcompany.comThe Contractor Glazing Truck from The Glass Racking Company features a 14-foot-long body designed for service companies and companies that require transportation of glass and windows to sites for installation. The Contractor body features a lockable front storage area and a rear bed with a secure-strap glass retaining system. The external racks are fully adjustable in height on the passenger side and allow for glass or windows up to 10 feet high to be transported. All glass racks supplied by the The Glass Racking Company come complete with a full set of spring-loaded external load-retention stakes for load securing.
Nov. 18, 2015 - Glaston Corporation has closed a significant deal with U.S based Trulite Glass & Aluminium Solutions for three FC500 tempering furnaces including iControL Quantum Automation and Reporting system and Glaston Care service agreements. The order is split between the Q3 and Q4 2015 order book. The machines are delivered during the first and second quarters in 2016.
"It’s an evolution, not a revolution.” That’s how James Janeteas, president of 3D printer provider Cimetrix Solutions, described additive manufacturing — or 3D printing as it is often called — at an event in Toronto late last year.
Glaston’s heating chamber upgrades are a cost-efficient way of lengthening the lifecycle of existing process machinery and improving overall profitability. Upgrades offer an ideal way to process glass smarter and support glass as the choice for sustainable business growth. The changeover can be completed in a short time with lower investment costs.
GlastonInsight is an intelligent online process assistance system that gives operators proposals based on real-time feedback about how to tune the heating process to achieve the highest possible glass quality. It is the first system in the market that automatically gives operators instant feedback from the process and enables them to make better operating decisions. GlastonInsight excels at helping glass processors get the most out of their tempering technology by maximizing quality, variation and capacity.
HTBS is a zero-tooling bending and tempering machine. With its flexibility and high end product quality, the furnace allows glass processors to meet the requirements of the market and achieve maximum efficiency. Its capability to process multiple glass sheets in one production load considerably helps increase production output.
GlastonAir is the successful result of Glaston’s extensive R&D work. The unique air flotation technology allows a higher exit temperature, making it possible to temper thin glass down to two millimeters. The stable bottom heating ensures excellent and consistent end product quality.
Glaston ProL is a patented flat laminating line designed to meet the growing demand for complex laminated glass that fulfills the highest quality standards required today.
The Glaston FC1000 is the result of continuous development from the Glaston FC500. Equipped with new technological advances, FC1000 meets stringent demands for glass quality, energy efficiency and low-E glass tempering capacity.
Sept. 16, 2015 - World-class glass fabrication tools and equipment are now available through HHH Tempering Resources Inc.’s (HHH) official partnership with K-Star Diamond Company, premier glazier’s equipment manufacturer.The signed contract launches a value-added HHH product line expansion for North American glass fabricators. Key tools now offered by HHH include: hand-held precision glass cutters, shape cutting tools and vacuum glass lifters.
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