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Metal Fabrication Safety Best Practices

Metal fabrication involves the implementation of various manufacturing processes such as bending, cutting, grinding, b ...

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Benefits of Working With a Contract Manufacturer

As the world of manufacturing grows more complex, and keeping up with tight production deadlines becomes more challeng ...

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Blanchard Grinding vs. Precision Grinding

Grinding is a finishing process that uses abrasive action to hone metal parts and components to the required dimension ...

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Introducing Summit Steel’s New 6kW Fiber Laser

In today’s fast-paced manufacturing world, finding ways to get products to market as quickly as possible is paramoun ...

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Impact of China Tariffs on the U.S. Steel Industry

While recent China tariffs have left an impact on the United States steel industry as a whole, they also present a significant opportunity for the sector. Concerns related to the effects of these steel tariffs on the average American consumer are still lingering, but the industry is expecting a much-needed boost in demand. ...

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Benefits of Powder Coating in Metal Fabrication

Metal fabrication is a vital industry that supports the world’s infrastructure and economy. Virtually every aspect of civilization benefits from some form of product fabricated from metal. From household appliances to vehicles, no part of daily life would be the same without metals like carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum. Fabricated metal products are simply indispensable in today’s society, provided they’re properly finished. ...

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Top Welding Schools in PA

If you’re a detail-oriented individual with a strong mechanical aptitude and would enjoy working in a manufacturing or construction environment, then becoming a welder could be an ideal career choice. Welders use handheld or remotely controlled equipment to join metal components together. You can also earn a solid living as a welder. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual income for welders as of 2016 was nearly $40,000, while the top 10 percent earned more than $60,000 per year. ...

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