The new DC-620CNC Hercules II dual-column, ballscrew bandsaw from good finish. DoAll is a high-production, automatic, horizontal CNC enclosed machine. The hydraulically controlled bandsaw features enhanced accuracy, maximized sawing efficiency, precise automatic indexing and Siemens Smart controls. It also offers a material library, robust construction, safe operation and a variety of optional accessories for customization. Its optimal cutting performance is due to the use of ballscrew technology for material indexing and head feed. It has rectangle capacity of 24.5 in. by 21.5 in. and round tube capacity of 21.5 in.
Lenox introduces circular blades
Lenox’s CircTech Precision CM 100 circular saw blades are for cutting carbon steels and mild alloys. They feature cermet tooth tips for heat and wear resistance, and a honed tooth edge that helps reduce noise and tip fractures and extends blade life. The tooth geometry maximizes cutting efficiency and provides straight cuts with a mirror-like finish. A radius-shaped chip breaker helps eliminate weak points in high-stress areas on the blade’s tip, providing durability to the teeth, resulting in straight cuts and a The new DC-620CNC Hercules II dual-column, ballscrew bandsaw from good finish.
Amada acquires marvel Mfg.
Amada Holdings Co. Ltd. acquired all of the shares of Marvel Mfg. Inc. to make it a wholly owned subsidiary. Marvel was renamed Amada Marvel Inc. Marvel is a long-standing manufacturer that has been engaged for more than 100 years in the manufacture and sale of metal cutting machines, parts and blades in North America. The acquisition allows Amada to add bandsaws for lightweight structural steels to its product lineup, and makes it a top manufacturer of bandsaws in North America in terms of sales.
Behringer saws creates new territory
Behringer Saws Inc. appointed Chris Helms southeast regional sales manager, creating a new territory. Helms will be responsible for providing product support and technical sales of bandsaws, circular cold saws, plate saws and material handling equipment in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama and Tennessee. He has more than 12 years of experience in saw sales and 20 years of application experience.
Behringer saws marks 30 years
Behringer Saws Inc. is celebrating its 30th anniversary in the United States. The company is a subsidiary of Behringer Gmbh, in Kirchardt, Germany. The U.S. operations first opened in Indiana in 1988, later moving to a 50,000-sq.-ft. facility Morgantown, Pa. This facility’s showroom provides customers with an extensive inventory of sawing equipment and material handling, allowing for immediate delivery. Behringer’s 12,000-sq.-ft. parts department stocks more than 54,000 parts, with a state-ofthe- art tracking and ordering system.
Kasto adds double miter saw
The Kastomiwin double miter bandsaw from Kasto is for cut-to-length and miter cuts between -45 and 60 degrees. Initially available in semi-automatic and automatic versions, the saw is designed for cut-to-size pieces in the steel industry, the iron and steel trade, plant construction and special machine building. The clamping range is up to 460 mm, depending on the material profile. The smallest size that can be cut is 10 mm by 10 mm. With single cuts, the saw leaves a remnant piece of 30 mm. In automatic mode, the remnant piece length increases to 200 mm for 90-degree cuts.