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The tube bending machine innovator  Unison will be demonstrating techniques for increasing the productivity of tubular parts fabrication at Fabtech. Throughout the show, users will be able to see demonstrations on an all-electric Unison machine capable of bending tubes and…
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According to a recent academic paper, titled “The China Toll”, the United States lost more than 2.7 million jobs to China in the years between 2001 and 2011. Haven Manufacturing, the well-known Georgia based manufacturer of machinery and equipment for…
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Lord Green, Minister of State for Trade and Investment, has opened the new design and manufacturing facility of one of the UK's most successful machinery builders, Unison. Based in Scarborough, Unison makes machines for bending metal tubes and pipes, exporting…
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Unison today launches a new generation of its all-electric bending machine featuring mechanical architecture and control software improvements that substantially reduce tubular part fabrication times. The redesign reduces the time required for all the intermediate handling and movement of the…
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Unison has received an order from Newport News Shipbuilding (NNS), the supplier of nuclear-powered aircraft carriers and one of two shipbuilders of nuclear-powered submarines for the US Navy, for an all-electric CNC machine capable of bending large-bore tubing and piping…
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To accurately bend steel or stainless steel tubes and tube systems must accept long auxiliary processing times for the generally unavoidable measuring and adjusting process. This is because the rebound behaviour of the materials can differ widely – even if…
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Siemens Subsea Products has chosen an all-electric tube bender from Unison to improve the quality and speed the production of the small-bore hydraulic tubes it uses on subsea hydraulic flying leads with Multiple Quick Connections (MQC), Cobra Heads and associated…
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Zumbach Electronics, the Swiss manufacturer of inline measuring and monitoring systems, has developed a rotation-based laser scanning process that maps round and polygonal shapes up to 6000 times per second - a first for the industry. To make production processes…
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As is often the case with highly successful companies, TRACTO-TECHNIK started its success story in a small rented garage in the village of Lennestadt-Saalhausen, Germany. That garage is still standing today. It all began on 14th November 1962 when 5…
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