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How Keller Handles Workplace Safety, Material Handling, and Lifting

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, working with notably dangerous equipment is one of the leading causes of workplace injury There are four safe stages for every lift: preparation, lifting, carrying, and setting down. Consult with your employer’s safety team leader and shop supervisor to make sure you’re utilizing all lifting aids Since opening …

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Commonly Used Non-Destructive Testing Methods to Verify Component Integrity

The goal of Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) is to confirm structural integrity without damaging it. NDT technologies utilize mediums like sound waves, lasers, magnetic particles, x-rays, vibration, electrical current, radio waves, special liquids, and gasses. There are many highly sophisticated Non-Destructive Testing methods to verify integrity of a component, stock material, or system. Choosing the right …

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FABTECH Expo 2018 – Georgia World Congress Center

Keller Technology was in Atlanta for FABTECH 2018, held November 6-8, 2018 at the Georgia World Congress Center. The 2018 expo featured the latest innovations in welding, forming, additive manufacturing, and surface finishing equipment. The show’s exhibitors displayed equipment in three buildings filling them with engineers, tradespeople, sparks, and smoke! Exhibitor’s booths were extremely busy …

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7 Common System Types for Additive Manufacturing

There are a wide variety of Additive Manufacturing (AM) systems creating parts out of an assortment of materials. Engineers are learning to design parts for new AM systems AM is changing the way products are designed and parts being produced. Additive Manufacturing, or AM, is the process of creating a three-dimensional object directly from digital …

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6 Ways Industrial Lasers Process Materials

Technological development of lasers evolved rapidly and lower cost, highly reliable, fibers lasers were used to accurately engrave and mark parts. Use of laser across many industries has led to growth in use and processes. Lasers processing continues to get more powerful, accurate, and cost-effective. Developed in 1965 by Western Electric, the very first production …

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8 Common Types of Surface Treatments for Metal Parts

Engineers often specify an additional finishing treatment process for a portion, or all, of a metal part’s exterior surface Some treatments provide enhanced mechanical or electrical properties Processes include electroplating, chemical treatment, and hot dipping In an effort to prevent corrosion or simply improve appearance, engineers will often specify an additional finishing treatment process for …

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9 Automated Industrial Marking Methods for Part Identification

Part marking systems are often integrated into lean assembly cells and custom automation equipment Application of choice depends on the product material, functional requirements, budget, production rate, and end-use environment Nine common marking processes include paint dot and hot stamp Part marking systems are often integrated into lean assembly cells and custom automation equipment. While …

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10 Business Travel Hacks

Business travel doesn’t have to be stressful Maximize space when traveling for business and travel light Join TSA PreCheck and Global Entry program Travel has become difficult and even stressful. Sometimes it’s a lot of work just getting where you need to be for a business meeting, and your real job hasn’t even started yet! …

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6 Types of Dimensional Measurement Tools

Verifying a component conforms to the dimension and tolerances specified by a design engineer is important. Dimensional inspection devices rely on a number of factors of which to use and lead to the correct equipment to use. Selecting the right dimensional measurement tool to produce the result you need is critical. When manufacturing high-precision parts …

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How Dimensional Tolerances Impact Part Production Costs

Custom-manufactured components are defined by engineering drawings for consistent production Drawings define the allowable tolerance of each dimension Dimensional tolerances should be determined based on how the parts fit together and what the parts are intended to do   How much will a custom-manufactured component ultimately cost to produce? The answer depends on several factors. …

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Buffalo: ISO 9001
Buffalo: ISO 9001
Charlotte: ISO 9001, ISO 13485
Charlotte: ISO 9001, ISO 13485